MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Following a meeting of the Treaty Council in Sydney this week our Chief Justice of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh had the opportunity to meet with The Honourable Julie Bishop, Foreign Minister of Australia. Sir John has been advising the Treaty Council which represents the interests of the Indigenous First Peoples in Australia (the Great Southern Land). Foreign Minister Bishop has recently expressed support for the ITNJ’s Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse which launches in London, England in Spring 2018, stating: “I wish the Tribunal well as it launches its Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse.”
From Left to Right:
Elizabeth Wymarra, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh (Chief Justice of the ITNJ), the Honourable Julie Bishop (Foreign Minister for Australia) and Alex Wymarra (Treaty Council of the First Nations peoples).
24th November 2017
Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney, Australia.
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