Whistleblower Award Ceremony 2017

IALANA Germany and the Federation of German Scientists biannualy award the Whistleblower Prize. This year, the award goes to

a) Dipl.-Volkswirt Martin Porwoll (Bottrop) and
b) Pharm.-Techn. Assistentin Frau Maria-Elisabeth Klein(Bottrop)
for their revelations in autumn 2016 about the long term illegal adulteration with cytostatics at the pharmacy “Alte Apotheke” in Bottrop (Nordrhein-Westfalen)

and

(2) Whistleblower Can Dündar (former editor-in-chief of the newspaper „Cumhuriyet“, currently in exile in Berlin) for the revelations of 29 May 2015 and after regarding an illegal state secret of the Erdogan-Regime: an attempted delivery of weapons and military armament, contrary to applicable international law, to Jihadists in Syria conducted by the Turkish secret service MIT.

The Whistleblower Award Ceremony will take place on December 1 in Kassel, Germany.

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Further Signatories to the Lawyers’ Letter on Nuclear Abolition

Further signatories without a law background include:

69 sascha doerr switzerland IT Jul 11, 2017
68 Randy Spydell USA geologist Jul 04, 2017
67 Sandro Ungersböck Germany Bankkaufmann Jun 28, 2017
66 Andreas Schulze Sellschopp Germany Soz.Päd. grad. Jun 26, 2017
65 Andrea Krahl Germany Jun 26, 2017
64 Shoji Sawada Japan Physicist, Emeritus professor of Nagoya University Jun 23, 2017
63 Petra Tatura Deutschland Jun 20, 2017
62 Josef Foschepoth Germany Professor of Contemporary History Jun 20, 2017
61 Karin Warda Germany Librarian Jun 20, 2017
60 Monica Felber Schweiz Lehrerin Jun 20, 2017
59 Uta Posselt Germany München Jun 20, 2017
58 Peter Buerger Germany theologian Jun 19, 2017
57 Simona Walter Schweiz Anthropologist Jun 19, 2017
56 Marco Spychala Germany Veterinarian Jun 19, 2017
55 Ruth Annelie Schettler Germany/ France teacher Jun 19, 2017
54 Ralf Matthias Germany Worker Jun 19, 2017
53 Werner Mittelstaedt Germany Jun 19, 2017
52 florence hervé, Autorin France/Germany Jun 19, 2017
51 Martha Weninger Austria Pensionistin Jun 19, 2017
50 Yvonne Matz Germany Law professor Jun 19, 2017
49 Karin Hockamp Germany Jun 18, 2017
48 Wolfgang Zuther Germany Rentner Jun 18, 2017
47 Hella-Maria Schier Germany Jun 18, 2017
46 PD. Dr. med. Börngen Ulrich Germany Jun 18, 2017
45 Edgar Harth Germany Jun 18, 2017
44 Moritz Anzelini Austria political scientist, concierge, skateboard instructor, Jun 18, 2017
43 Roland Kirchhof Deutschland Jun 18, 2017
42 Marco Hartmann Germany Jun 18, 2017
41 Hartmut Drewes Germany Jun 18, 2017
40 Thomas Ostheim Germany Jun 17, 2017
39 Marco Dette Germany Jun 17, 2017
38 Rosemarie Kirschmann Germany Jun 17, 2017
37 Anja Martin Germany clinic employee Jun 17, 2017
36 Ines Neubert Germany Jun 17, 2017
35 Sebastian Tschirner Germany Jun 17, 2017
34 Peter Boettel Deutschland Jun 17, 2017
33 Hans Brandt Germany LTC ret. Jun 17, 2017
32 jürgen skopp Germany Jun 17, 2017
31 Christian Lorenz ?? Jun 17, 2017
30 Toni Schmaußer Germany Sengenthal Jun 17, 2017
29 Uwe Dressel G Jun 17, 2017
28 Ulrike Müller France Journalist Jun 17, 2017
27 Detlef Nehrkorn Germany Jun 17, 2017
26 christian otto germany social worker Jun 17, 2017
25 Jana Wolff Germany teacher Jun 17, 2017
24 Andreas Pelzer Germany Cabinetmaker Jun 16, 2017
23 Gertrud Nehls ?? Jun 16, 2017
22 Juergen Eck Germany Pensioner Jun 16, 2017
21 Jens Frigge Deutschland IT-Expert Jun 16, 2017
20 Timm Spretke Germany Jun 16, 2017

IALANA and INES Newsletter on the Marshall Islands Case

Dear friends and colleagues,

With the special newsletter IALANA and INES would like to provide you with an overview of the “Marshall Islands Case”, designed to legally support the wide range of activities for the abolition of nuclear weapons.

The Republic of the Marshall Islands, a country so cruelly affected by the nuclear tests, had the courage to bring the nuclear powers before court. Memories of the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice on the legality of the threat or use of nuclear weapons in 1996 were brought back once again. Continue reading “IALANA and INES Newsletter on the Marshall Islands Case”

Societal verification: wave of the future?

Societal Vertification has been discussed for decades under different names, like ‘citizens’ reporting’, ‘inspection by the people’ and ‘social monitoring’. Although there is no agreed legal definition, societal verification connotes the involvement of civil society in monitoring national compliance with, and overall implementation
of, international treaties or agreements. One important element is citizens’ reporting of violations or attempted violations of agreements by their own government or others in their own country.

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