International Special Court of Arbitration & Human Rights Inter-Governmental Court Charter

International Special Court of Arbitration and Human Rights Inter-Governmental Court or briefly as ISCAHR Court is an international Organizations having been registered as Inter-Governmental Court Corporations (Registration No -C4690087) with Department of State, United States of America; Having been formally established as Inter-Governmental Court Statute of the UNITED NATION IGO and H-WIPC Interpol Command. ISCAHR Court is registered as Inter-Governmental Court with UN General Secretariat and United Nations Global Marketplace Systems (Reg. No - 673621) thus having basic registrations with 28 UN agencies and recognized as Treaty Inter-Governmental Court with European Union –Quality Assurance (Reg. – 061217-04) and further ISCAHR Court is Accredited by US Presidents’ Volunteer Service Awards as Certifying Inter-Governmental Court as an accreditation agency having protected by international law, under UN Economic Social & Cultural Rights (Articles 13.1, 13.2(c), 13.4), with a mandate for promoting the rights of access to and quality of education supporting human rights, under UN Human Rights Council (HRC) Right to Education 2008 (Article 7:(a),(e),(f),(i)).

The ISCAHR Inter-Governmental Court is composed of ten judges elected to five-year terms by the United Nation IGO General Assembly and the United Nation IGO Supreme Council from a list of people nominated by the national groups in the Sovereign Court of Arbitration (Royal Court of Commonwealth) while Judges may deliver joint judgments or give their own separate opinions. Decisions and Advisory Opinions are by majority, and, in the event of an equal division, the President's vote becomes final.

The ISCAHR Inter-Governmental Court's role is to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by authorized UN IGO organs and specialized agencies.

The ISCAHR Inter-Governmental Court with authority to fulfills a statutory mandate for providing access to Justice, specifically: The basic human right to “fair and equal access to justice” (UN Remedy for Human Rights, Articles 2(b), 3(c), 11(a), 12), through an “independent” and “international” Court (UN Declaration of Human Rights, Articles 10, 28), as an “intergovernmental organization” at the supra-governmental “international level” (UN Right to Protect Human Rights, Articles 1, 5), providing “access to justice” through “accessible formal procedures” of “customary justice” (UN Basic Principles of Justice, Articles 4, 5, 7), with “universal jurisdiction” (UN Remedy for Human Rights, Article 5). It was established in June 2015 by the Charter of the UN IGO and began work in August 2015.The seat of the Court is at the Peace Mansion Palace and ISCAHR IGC officially has Observer status with ICJ and United Nation -IGO Systems.

The International Special Court of Arbitration and Human Rights under the UN Convention on Jurisdictional Immunities of States as Inter-Governmental Entity and their Property, an intergovernmental Organization (IG)) constitutes the same status as a Member State Delegate, it is authorized to perform acts “in the exercise of sovereign authority” of its constituent Member States jointly, and in cooperation, and is thus defined as a “State” possessing sovereign statehood in its own right (Article 2.1(b)(iii)), thereby possessing the same full jurisdictional immunity as any nation State (Article 5). Therefore, all other UN conventions and international law determining the rights, sovereignty, privileges and immunities of States fully and equally apply to an intergovernmental Diplomat (IGD).

Objective and Missions

To serve equally global Justice and Equality for every Human Beings and in accordance with provisions of arbitration laws of the prescribed body by adapting of the UNCITRAL rules on Arbitration, its application and constitutions within judiciary.

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