SQP-ICC context focus + cases under exploration

 

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In August 2014, Miriam Clements of SQP first submitted the legal profile to the International Criminal Court, for a global case to prevent climate change.  The SQP-ICC context, can hold all the relevant individual decision makers, criminally liable for intentionally inflicting the conditions of life through their industrial activity, upon the global national human groups, which will bring about our physical destruction, in whole or in part.

Some cases which are being explored with collaborators are listed. Not all cases under investigation and preparation are disclosed on this list.

 

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[ # validation for existing request for United Nations and ICC support of the SQP-ICC context ]

 

 1. #global open-source collaborative case against dirty industry decision makers causing climate change

 

 2. #individual cases: *ecosystem destruction causing human destruction and *ecosystem only destruction 

 

 3. #International Criminal Court [ extension ] for Sustainability [cases of large-scale, widespread, severe environmental harm] 

 

 4. #Rome Statute 'Elements of the Crime' text amended to simplify interpretation to protect all life groups

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We are compiling a broad range of cases relevant to the SQP-ICC context, where the local judicial system is 'unable or unwilling to investigate or prosecute', from leading global NGO's, communities, lawyers, companies, individuals and all others who have evidence, value or time to contribute.

 

Each case is compiled with various relevant contributors, who can collectively add value to substantiate evidence, legal arguments, financing, promotion and other elements necessary to submit the strongest case of international concern to the ICC & compile an overview for history.

 A. Cases           B. Countries            C.  Issues       

We are building alliances with local

national organisations globally, to

lobby local leaders, parliamentarians,

organisations and all others relevant, so as

to secure support for the United Nations Assembly of State Party votes to support:

 

*. the financing & resource of the ICC extension for sustainability cases to gain priority with a clear intent to investigate.

[ not necessary but a bonus to achieve ]

 

*. to vote in favor of amending the 'Elements of the Crime' text, so that the law may protect all life groups.

 

SCIENCE. We are building alliances with local scientists, intellectuals, universities and others relevant who may help to evidence the 'calculations' of 'physical destruction of the national groups.

 

LAW. We are building a network of existing environmental legal experts, lawyers, and legal intellectuals to help contribute perspective to each case argument.

 

TRANSITION. We a building a network & overview of existing and new industry transition mechanisms & diplomats.

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WHAT WE'RE BUILDING online TO MANAGE a co-ordinated approach...

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Online open-source case compilation
Online open-source case compilation

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profile individual arrests necessary
profile individual arrests necessary

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participation of ngo's + individuals
participation of ngo's + individuals

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Taking a position - Face profiling
Taking a position - Face profiling

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The SQP-ICC context can make a difference.  It establishes:

A global public record in perpetuity of the criminals causing climate change.  

A dialogue in perpetuity with the court once evidence is submitted.

An evidence log for an existing law, simply waiting to be brought to life.

A global mechanism to prevent Climate Change caused by dirty industry.

A global mechanism to redistribute unsustainable disproportionate wealth.