Marija Jovanovic


Marija is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore. Her research interests include human rights in the private sphere, and modern slavery in particular, migration and refugee law, and regional integration agreements.

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Modern Slavery in the Global Food Market: A Litmus Test for the Proposed Business and Human Rights Treaty

A recent initiative to adopt the UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights (BHRT) is an attempt to correct the imbalance between rights and obligations of corporations in the field of human rights. While companies regularly invoke human rights to defend their interests, they lack corresponding obligations to respect and uphold such rights throughout…

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