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Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine and International Law: Questions and Answers
Authors: Prof. Yarik Kryvoi (YK), Kristin Hausler (KH), Iris…Business and Human Rights+4
Part 1: Do foreign companies have a responsibility under international law to leave Russia?
This is a two-part blog series. In Part 1 Dr Irene Pietropaoli discusses whether…Business and Human Rights+3
How does international law protect Ukrainian cultural heritage in war? Is it protected differently than other civilian objects?
In line with the principle of distinction, the cornerstone of international…Cultural Heritage+1
The new European Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence
Today, on Wednesday, 23 February 2022, the European Commission released its…Business and Human Rights+1
Migrant Crossings in the Channel: Non-Assistance, Securitisation, and Accountability Under International Law
On Wednesday, 24 October 2021, 27 people lost their lives in the maritime…Human Rights and IHL+1
Expert Group Meeting on Corruption and International Investments – Key Findings Revealed
On 16 December 2021, I had the privilege of co-chairing with Vladimir Kozin…Arbitration+1
The Role of Science in Climate Change Litigation
Climate change litigation is rapidly spreading, with more than 1800 cases…Climate Change+1
A Commentary on the Dispute Concerning the Maritime Delimitation in the Indian Ocean (Somalia v Kenya)
On 12 October 2021, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) delivered its…Law of the Sea
Judicial, quasi-judicial and specialised non-judicial bodies as determinants of anti-trafficking efforts
This blog post builds on a presentation Dr Noemi Magugliani and Dr Jean-Pierre…Migration
Corporate Due Diligence and Climate Change
This blog post is based on the intervention of Ivano Alogna in the webinar…Business and Human Rights+2