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COPLA: Towards the Regionalization of International Criminal Justice?

COPLA: Towards the Regionalization of International Criminal Justice?

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Dr Javier Eskauriatza explores the prospects of regionalisation of international criminal justice
Date:
Wednesday 1 December 2021
Birmingham Law School Academics Intervene before European Court of Human Rights

Birmingham Law School Academics Intervene before European Court of Human Rights

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In October 2021 the European Court of Human Rights granted leave to a group of law and anthropology scholars to intervene in three forthcoming cases on abortion law in Poland
Date:
Wednesday 1 December 2021
Origin and Evolution of Investment Treaty Standards: Progress or Regression?

Origin and Evolution of Investment Treaty Standards: Progress or Regression?

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Video of the second webinar of the International Economic Law and Policy Working Group (IELPWG) of Birmingham Law School.
Date:
Monday 29 November 2021
Austria's lockdown for the unvaccinated: what does human rights law say?

Austria's lockdown for the unvaccinated: what does human rights law say?

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In this blog post, Dr Alan Greene discusses recent Covid-related restrictive measures introduced in Austria.
Date:
Thursday 18 November 2021
Mistakes, Machines and Misinformation: Intelligence and the scope of the precautionary principle of IHL

Mistakes, Machines and Misinformation: Intelligence and the scope of the precautionary principle of IHL

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In this blog post, Dr Emma Marchant focuses on implications of the precautionary principle for international humanitarian law
Date:
Wednesday 17 November 2021
Trybus at European Defence Agency course in Rome

Trybus at European Defence Agency course in Rome

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Prof´╗┐essor Martin Trybus contributed a lecture on the EU law of defence procurement and a workshop session to the 5th installment of the European Security and Defence College Expert Level Course.
Date:
Monday 15 November 2021
The future is a foreign country: rethinking state behaviour on climate change as ill-treatment

The future is a foreign country: rethinking state behaviour on climate change as ill-treatment

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Natasa Mavronicola argues that states are subjecting people to inhuman and degrading treatment on from escalating suffering, risk of catastrophic and irreparable harm to which state (in)actions are exposing them.
Date:
Friday 12 November 2021
Water security and climate change

Water security and climate change

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Dr Lovleen Bhullar on the relationship between climate change and water security.
Date:
Friday 12 November 2021
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