Below follows a list of organisations and individuals, who support the People’s Tribunal on Sri Lanka. If you or your organisation esteem the work of the Tribunal and wish to support its findings and commitments with your name, please contact us and your name will be included in the below list.

List of Supporters (Organizations)
List of Supporters (Individuals)

List of Supporters (Organizations)

1. Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation, Thailand
2. People’s Union for Civil Liberties-Chennai and Ponderchery, India
3. People’s Union for Civil Liberties- Kerala, India
4. Concerned Citizens’ Forum of South Asia- Bangalore, India
5. Campaign for Abolition of Thirld World Debt (CADTM) ,Pakistan
6. Working Peoples Association, Indonesia
7. Institute of Dialogue with Cultures and Religions, University of Madras, India
8. Institute for Development Education Action and Studies (IDEAS) Centre, Madurai, India
9. Ecumenical Christian Forum for Human Rights (ECFoHR),  India
10. MaduraiPeople’s Action Liberation Movement in East Ramnad (PALMERA), Devekottai, India
11. DACA ( Dr.Ambedkar Cultural Academy),Madurai, India
12. JOHAR, Adivasi Centre for Development and Human Rights, Dumkha, Jharkhand, India
13. Adivasi Yuva Chetana Manch, Raipur, Chattisga, India
14. Parishkaran-Bridging Populous and Polity, India
15. Adivasi Jivan Vikas Sanstha (AJVS), New Delhi India (Secretary- Rojalia Tete)
16. JOHAR – Human Resources Development Centre, Dumka, Jharkhand, India (Director – David Madhava Solomon)
17. SHAKTI – Legal Aid and Human Rights Centre (LAHRC), Songadh, Gujarat, India (Director – Amrutbhai R. Patel)
18. Focus on the Global South, CUSRI, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok,Thailand
19. All India Catholic University Federation (AICUF)
20. Tamilnadu Pondy Fisher People’s Federation, Chennai, India
21. Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association, New Delhi, India
22. Afghanistan Research and Development Institute, Herat and Bamyan University, Kabul

1. Socialist Alliance, Australia
2. Sydney Peace Foundation
3. Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney.

1. Socialist Project, Toronto, Canada
2. Canadian Arab Federation (The national umbrella organization of all Arab organizations based in Canada)
3. The Toronto Area Council of the United Steelworkers Union of Canada
4. Canadian Forum for Justice and Peace in Sri Lanka
5. Coalition Against Israeli Apartheid (CAIA) – Canada
6. Canadian Organisation for Peace & Equality (COPE)
7. Centre for War Victims and Human Rights (, Toronto
8. No One is Illegal, Toronto
9. The Philippine Solidarity Group of Toronto
10. Philippine Network for Justice and Peace, Toronto

1. Dublin Quaker Peace Committee, Ireland
2. Latin American Solidarity Centre – Dublin
3. Frontline- International Organisation for the Defenders of Human Rights, Dublin & Brussels
4. Irish Trade Union Congress
5. Action from Ireland (Afri)
6. Stephen Gargan & Jim Keys / Gaslight Productions, Derry, Northern Ireland
7. Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign (David Landy, Chair)
8. Comhlámh
9. Africa Centre, Ireland
10. Debt and Development Coalition, Ireland
11. Latin American Solidarity Centre- José Antonio Gutiérrez (Research and Development Officer, LASC)
12. Bloom Movement (Bloom is a movement of people in Ireland taking action together for global justice.)
13. Justice and Peace Office – International Oblates, Rome and Washington
14. European Initiative for a Negotiated Settlement in Sri Lanka, Sweden
15. Initiative for Peace in Sri Lanka, Germany
16. Centre Tricontinental, Belgium
17. Mireille Fanon-Mendes,  Foundation Frantz Fanon, France
18. Olivier Bonfond, Campaign for Abolition of Third World Debt (CADTM) Belgium
19. CEDETIM / IPAM (‘Centre d’études et d’initiatives de solidarité internationale / Initiatives pour un autre monde)
21. Casa Argentina de Madrid, Spain

Latin America
1. Comisiòn Interclesial de Justicia y Paz, Colombia
2. Red de Alternativas a la impunidad y l globalizaciòn del Mercado, Colombia
3. Mesa Contra La Impunidad,Colombia
4. Proyecto Justica y Vida,Colombia
5. Red Colombianos y Colombianos Unidos por Nuestros Derechos Constitucionales, Colombia
6. Asociacion de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos Dignidad Educativa, Colombia
7. Taller de Jormacion Estudiantil – Raices, Colombia
8. Circulo del Pensamiento Critico Latino Americano, Colombia
9. Central Unitaria de Ttabajadores – Derechos Humanos,Colombia
10. Colombianos y Columbianas por la Paz, Colombia
11. Asociacion Distrital de educadores, Colombia
12. Archipelago Movement for Ethnic Native Self Determination , Colombia
13. Theatre of the Oppressed – Sao Paulo, Brazil
14. National Armenian Council of South America (Consejo Nacional Armenio de Sudamérica), Buenos Aires, Argentina


List of Supporters (Individuals)

Dabhi, Dr. James C. – SJ, Country Director, Afghanistan Research and Development Institute, Kabul, Afghanistan

Calvelo, Graciela  – Argentina
Casas, Jose  – Professor Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Argentina
Crocco, Natalia  – Argentina
Dalmau, Iván Gabriel  – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ferreira, Marcelo  – Chair, Department of Human Rights, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ohanian, Bárbara I.  – Sociologist, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ortiz, Alberto Luis – General Roca, Rio Negro, Argentina
Ramos, Carlos José Pérez – Sociologist, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Said, Emilia Judith  – Buenos Aires, Directora Archivo Nacional de la Memoria, Argentina
Samanes, Cecilia  – Argentina
Stupenengo, Alejandra  – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Stupenengo, Julieta  – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Sundar, Aparna – Assistant Professor, Dept of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University

Bec, Janja  – Croatia
Kawamura, Betsy A.  – London, United Kingdom
Nathan, Prof. Pradeep – Cambridge, United Kingdom
Spencer, Prof. Philip  – Associate Dean and Director of the Helen Bamber Centre for the Study of Rights, Conflict and Mass Violence, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University, UK

Ayyanathan, K. – Editor,
Dr. Dominic. D – Associate Professor, Dept. of Kannada Studies, Bangalore University
Jayaraman, Nityanand – Chennai, India
Jeyaraj, Xavier – Secretary, South Asian Peoples’ Initiatives (SAPI)
Koshy,  Prof. Ninan – Kerala, India
Manisha Sethi, Jamia – Teachers’ Solidarity Association, New Delhi, India
Roy, Kirity  – Secretary, Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM) & National Convenor (PACTI), Programme Against Custodial Torture & Impunity, West Bengal, India
Sudhakar, Dr. Philip – Director, Commission for Communication, Dindigul, Tamilnadu, India
Xavier, Santiagu – Secretary, Jesuits in Social Action (JESA)

Caliman, Liviu – Dublin, Ireland
Fitzpatrick, Breda – Portlaoise, Ireland
Grehan, Gerry – Chair, Peace People, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Malesevic, Dr. Sinisa –  School of Political Science and Sociology, National University of Ireland, Galway
McKeown, Bishop Donal, Belfast
Murphy, Dr. Ray – Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
Tormey, Sorcha – Coexist Ltd., Ireland
Ward, Dr. Eilís – School of Political Science and Sociology, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

Nair, Raveendran – Malaysia


Bloxham, Donald –  Professor of Modern History, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. Author of ’The Final Solution: A Genocide’

Prada,, Carlos Slepoy – Attorney, Madrid, Spain

Kosolnavin, Surasee – Former National Commissioner for Human Rights, Thailand

United Arab Emirates
Hanieh, Adam – Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates.

United States of America
Chatterji, Dr. Angana – Co-convener of International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Indian-administered Kashmir; Professor of Anthropology at California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco Prof.
Imtiyaz, A. R. M. – Department of Political Science, Temple University Philadelphia, USA