International Legal Alliance for Health [ILAH]
Solidarity. Awareness. Collaboration
ILAH was conceptualised by South African mediation practitioner Shabnam Palesa Mohamed and co-founded with Indian advocate Dipali Ojha after they met through a trailblazing interview about various legal actions related to C19, including legal action against the WHO and Big Pharma. ILAH then launched in 2021 with a steering committee of international legal practitioners committed to truth, health, justice, sovereignty and freedom. They are from South Africa (mediator Shabnam Palesa Mohamed and advocate Sabelo Sibanda), North America (attorney Jay Anthony Sanchez) and Europe (attorney Edward Patrick Flaherty).
About International Legal Alliance for Health
ILAH's values, objectives and focus are solidarity, awareness and collaboration. Solidarity leads to greater awareness of human rights issues in every country, and collaboration in sharing ideas, resources and taking action.
ILAH's current focus is on access to safe and effective treatments; educating against mandatory shots, jab passports and medical apartheid; and, advocating for compensation for jab adverse effects being experienced.
ILAH welcomes national chapters forming in each country, which can include legal practitioners, health care workers, and allies from other fields. To join ILAH meetings and to form a national ILAH chapter, email ILAHSA@protonmail.com
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Meet The Steering Committee
Shabnam Palesa Mohamed
Shabnam Palesa Mohamed is an award-winning activist, journalist, and mediation practitioner (LLB degree), based in South Africa. As an activist, her work advocates for human rights causes across the world, from children's rights, to pro-poor work, to anti-war. As a journalist, she produces her human rights focused show The People's Voice. She also produces health focused CATalyst for TrialSite News. She hosts thought provoking panels and interviewed eminent judges, such as former UN ICC judge Navi Pillay, and various human rights advocates. As a mediator, her specialised focus is family law, and matters related to Covid - in particular access to treatments, forced 'vaccines' and medical apartheid. Her leadership roles include co-director of Transformative Health Justice (THJ) which advocates for treatments, and hosts an independent vaccine adverse effect reporting system called SAVAERS. She is a steering committee member of ILAH, and steering committee member of the Council for Health. Her law degree is from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Edward Patrick Flaherty
Edward Patrick Flaherty is an American lawyer and of counsel in the Swiss law firms of Schwab, Flaherty, & Associés, and AFPartners, in Geneva, Switzerland. He represents whistleblowers, NGO staff members and third parties working for or injured by international organizations such as the UN, UNHCR WIPO, WHO, ILO, etc. He has handled test cases before the European Court of Human Rights, and in US Federal Courts including the US Supreme Court. He authored an Amicus Brief filed in the US Supreme Court in the Haiti Cholera case. He is cofounder of IO Watch (http://www.iowatch.org/), and the Centre for Accountability of International Organizations (http://www.caio-ch.org/ ). He is general counsel to Hear Their Cries, Stop Child Rape in Aid (www.heartheircries.org). He is a member of the Geneva Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court, and Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. He received his BA from Tufts University, and his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School, Massachusetts, cum laude.
Jay Sanchez is the sole proprietor of a law firm catering to the Spanish speaking and working-class market in New York City, engaged in general state and federal commercial, civil and criminal litigation, including appellate practice. He was a radio show host in Radio WADO, 1280 AM, and Radio Amor, 93.1 FM, offering live radio legal advice on defending one’s home against foreclosure to the Spanish speaking market in New York City. Previous to that, he was an attorney with rotations in the Legal and Regulatory Department, Commercial Department and Operations Department in a liquids and gas transport by pipeline joint venture between Shell, Enron and the Bolivian government, in Santa Cruz Bolivia. When he left, in protest over a project which he believed would lead to civil war in Bolivia (which, six months later, did result in the Bolivian Oil and Gas War), he established an organic dairy farm in Bolivia. Previous to his 7 year stint in Bolivia, he practiced corporate law in New York and Tokyo, Japan. He is graduate of Harvard College ‘89 and Harvard Law School Class ‘92.
Molecular Biologist with a specialisation in Mutational Genetics. Other disciplines of interest include Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Immunology, Virology, Ezymology, PCR Technology. Qualification: Masters in Science in Molecular Biology and Chemical Pathology, UCT.
Employment history. Medical Natural Scientist in Departments of Chemical Pathology, Red Cross Children's Hospital and University of Cape Town.
Associations: Affiliate and Steering committee member of International Legal Alliance for Health (ILAH). Member of Synergy Alliance. Vice President of the Council for Medical, Science and Islamic Research.
South African Chapter Steering Committee
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