Our monthly public meetings are streamed online via Zoom and then uploaded to the SAA YouTube channel - SAA.TV
Date: Monday, 25 January 2020
Time: 7:00 - 9:30 pm AEDT
Venue: Golden Gate Hotel, 238 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne
How to find us: The Golden Gate Hotel is on the north-western corner of the intersection of Clarendon and Coventry Streets in South Melbourne. Take the stairs or lift up to level 1 - we'll be in the Coventry Room.
By car: Car parking is best in Coventry Street west of Clarendon Street.
By tram: Route 12 (via Collins Street), Stop 127 (York Street, then walk south) or Stop 128 (Dorcas Street, then walk north).
Meals available: Place your meal order in the Coventry Room and have it delivered to your table - the menu can be found here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, please register here to join us remotely via Zoom or watch the live stream on YouTube:
Launched in 2020 by WiseLaw, Jus Ad Astra is a legal project aimed at developing an authoritative international treatise clarifying the fundamental legal principles and human rights applicable to current and future human activities across outer space. This will be achieved in consultation and cooperation with prominent industry leaders, leading academics, and legal experts across the international space industry.
This treatise will seek to culture, consolidate and promote a common understanding concerning the physiological, technical and legal challenges faced by extended human habitation in space. This will be conducted in consideration of the existing terrestrial international human rights law framework and existing international space law instruments.
Jonathan Lim - Project Co-Lead is an Australian lawyer, geopolitical analyst, and cybersecurity analyst. He holds a Juris Doctor, Master of Legal Practice, Bachelor of Arts, and Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity from Monash University, the Australian National University, and RMIT University. His specialisation spans cyber warfare, cybersecurity, Chinese foreign policy, Australian foreign policy, and international space law.