to: 22 Oct 2020




The Space Court Foundation continues the video series with a timely discussion about the future of space governance. The US has unveiled the Artemis Accords, a series of bilateral agreements meant to further the development of a lunar-mining industry. How are these Accords being received by the rest of the world? What impact might they have on the existing space-governance framework? What could they mean for international law?

Up to 100 people can join the Round Table simultaneously. You can also attend to the Round Table via Youtube, a link will soon be published.


Daniel Porras – Director of Strategic Partnerships and Communications at the Secure World Foundation.


Mike Gold – Acting Associate Administrator for NASA’s Office of International and Interagency Relations.

Dr. Cassandra Steer – Mission Specialist with the ANU Institute for Space (InSpace) | Lecturer at the ANU College of Law specialising in space law, space security and international law

Andre Rypl – Diplomat at the Mission of Brazil to the International Organizations in Vienna.

Dr. Guoyu Wang – Chinese delegate to United Nations Committee of Peaceful Use of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) | Chinese expert to the Long-term Sustainability for Outer Space Activities Working Group (LTSWG) of UNCOPUOS (2012-2018).