Emma Baldi


Emma Baldi is a PhD student in International and Public Law, Ethics and Economics for Sustainable Development at the University of Milan, Italy. Her research focuses on access to justice and reparations for business-related human rights abuses. She holds a Law Degree from the University of Milan and an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.

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South Korea’s Plan to Compensate Victims of Forced Labour Employed in Japanese Factories During Colonial Rule: A Step Forward for Peaceful Relations, but not for Victims’ Rights

On 6 March 2023, the Republic of Korea, in the person of the Minister for Foreign Affairs Park Jin, announced a plan for South Korea to compensate South Korean citizens who were forced to work in Japanese factories under Tokyo’s thirty-five-year occupation of the Korean peninsula. The plan is an attempt to settle the long-standing dispute between South…

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