Tribunal

INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST ETHICS COMMITTEE & BUDDHIST TRIBUNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS

Sello Buddhist Tribunal

“Justice is not imprisonment, monetary penalty or the act of revenge. True Justice is the knowledge, understanding and transmission of Truth.”
Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha

“Justice is another name of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity.”
B.R. Ambedkar

 

EMAIL: tribunal@protonmail.com

 

 

INSTITUTIONAL

Spiritual Mission

Governing Council

Internal Regulations and Procedures

Registry

 

 

COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST LAW

Dialogue with International Court of Justice

Dialogue with European Court of Human Rights

Dialogue with Norway

Dialogue with France

Dialogue with Spanish Society for International Human Rights Law

Dialogue with Russell Tribunal on Palestine

Dialogue with USA

Dialogue with Bolivia

Dialogue with International Labour Organization

Dialogue with International Red Cross

Dialogue with Mexico

Dialogue with African Court on Human and Peoples Rights

Dialogue with Palestine

Dialogue with Human Rights Watch

Dialogue with Organization of American States

Dialogue with National Institute Against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (INADI)

Dialogue with the Supreme Court of Navajo Nation

Dialogue with the Tibetan Parliament in Exile

Dialogue with the International Criminal Court

Dialogue with the Court of Justice of European Union

Dialogue with Amnesty International

Dialogue with Cherokee Nation Supreme Court

Dialogue with Supreme Court of Justice of Bhutan

Free Course: Degree in Buddhist Ethics and Human Rights

 

 

DECLARATIONS

Universal Declaration of Spiritual Rights

Universal Declaration of Ecological Rights

Universal Declaration on the Right to World Peace

Universal Declaration on the Rights of Buddhist Peoples and Spiritual Communities

Universal Declaration on the Rights of Non-Human Beings

Universal Declaration on the Right to Interspiritual and Interfaith Harmony

UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON THE RESPONSIBILITY TO SAVE THE WORLD

Declaration of Independence of the United Buddhist Nations Organization

Universal Declaration on Buddhism as Cultural Heritage of Humanity

Buddhist Manifesto to the Nations of the World

Buddhist Statement against Terrorism and Religious Manipulation

Peace Recognition for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

Peace Recognition to The Gambia

Buddhist Convention on Human Rights

 

 

JURISPRUDENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL

Case 2: Myanmar

Case 4: ISIS

Case 6: Surabaya Zoo

Case 8: Australia

Case 10: Argentina

Case 12: Indonesia

Case 14: AECID

Case 16: Iran

Case 18: State Sangha Maha Nayaka Committee

Case 20: United Nations (UN)

Case 22: Salk Institute for Biological Studies

Case 24: Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice

Case 26: Norwegian Nobel Committee

Case 28: UNESCO

Case 30: Supreme Court of the Russian Federation

Case 32: National Ecclesiastical Tribunal

Case 34: Aum Shinrikyo & Aleph

Case 36: Catholic Archdiocese of Yangon

Case 38: Thailand

Case 40: Japan

Case 42: Supreme Court of Pakistan

Case 44: International Buddhist Confederation

Case 46: Atlantic Council

Case 48: Mondo Zen

Case 52: Indian Army

Case 54: Eritrea

 

 

JURISPRUDENCE OF ETHICS COMMITTEE

Case 1: Ashin Wirathu

Case 3: Dokusho Villalba

Case 5: Ole Nydahl

Case 7: Param Anand

Case 9: Rania Hammoud

Case 11: UNESCO Association in Malaga

Case 13: Wix.com and Weebly.com

Case 15: Reki Jaen Association

Case 17: Ricardo Javier Ocampo

Case 19: Ronald Lloyd Spencer

Case 21: Captain Kenny Strauss

Case 23: Yoga Beer

Case 25: Ashwaghosh Buddhists Foundation

Case 27: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Case 29: World Peace Prize Awarding Council

Case 31: Ken Wilber

Case 33: MRW

Case 35: University of Kelaniya

Case 37: Ven. Lama Lobzang

Case 39: Tom B. Clark

Case 41: Rigpa & Sogyal Rinpoche

Case 43: Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

Case 45: Mercado Pago

Case 47: Major Deepak Rao & Tao Zen Dojo

Case 49: Academia.edu

Case 50: Quora.com

Case 51: Pankaj Padghan

Case 53: Nagarjuna Training Institute