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The UN HRC recognizes the right to a healthy environment and appoints a new Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Climate Change. What does it all mean?

On Friday 8 October, the UN Human Rights Council adopted Resolution 48/13, recognising for first time that having a clean, healthy and sustainable environment is a human…

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Credentials and the Politics of Representation: What’s in it for the UN?

The UN General Assembly 76th session raised political controversy already before all the opening speeches have been made, as the credentials of at least two states, not completely…

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Two Weeks in Review, 27 September – 10 October 2021

Emilie McDonnell takes a look at practices of externalised migration control, especially those aimed at containing migrants and would-be migrants…

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Announcements: International Nuremberg Principles Academy Vacancy; Canada’s Ambassador to the UN Event; CfP CyCon 2022; CfP New U.S. Recognition Policy; CfS Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal; World Food Day Lecture; International Legal Podcast (Spanish)

1. International Nuremberg Principles Academy: Director Vacancy. The International Nuremberg Principles Academy (Nuremberg Academy) is a foundation dedicated to the advancement of the Nuremberg Principles and international criminal…

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Just Transitions in Climate Change Actions: Are States Respecting, Promoting, and Considering Human Rights Obligations in Setting and Implementing NDCs?

Recent exchanges hosted on EJIL:Talk! on climate action and how to go about "mainstreaming" it (see here and here) provide a microcosmic view of the ongoing…

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Codification Illustrated: 70 years of the International Law Commission in pictures

In 2018, a photo exhibition illustrating 70 years of ILC activities was shown in New York and Geneva, and later in Bangkok, The Hague and Washington. In view…

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The Gambia v Facebook: Obtaining Evidence for Use at the International Court of Justice (Part II)

[The first installment of this post provided an overview of the court’s decision in The Gambia v Facebook and identified some problematic aspects of the decision.]…

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The Gambia v Facebook: Obtaining Evidence for Use at the International Court of Justice (Part I)

On September 22, 2021, a US magistrate judge ordered Facebook to disclose materials relating to the perpetration of ethnic hatred against the Rohingya Muslim-minority in Myanmar. The…

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The Oxford Statement on International Law Protections in Cyberspace: The Regulation of Ransomware Operations

In the past few months, nothing has reminded everyone of the etymology of the expression ‘computer virus’ like ransomware. This form of malicious code is delivered through a…

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Announcements: Discussion on Intelligence Sharing in Multinational Military Operations; Berlin Potsdam Fellowship Vacancy; Lethal Autonomous Weapons Podcast; Corporate Human Rights Conference; Jindal Society of International Law Lectures; Workshop on Decolonization and Human Rights

1. A Discussion on Intelligence Sharing in Multinational Military Operations and Complicity under International Law. The University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre is delighted to invite you to…

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