Nick Flynn and Raj Bavishi assess challenges facing international climate change negotiations and the role of the legal community in supporting vulnerable countries as they negotiate the UN Process.
Date: Tuesday 22 May 2012
Time: 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Venue: Herbert Smith LLP, Exchange House, 12 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2EG
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This legal guide offers an overview of the UN human rights system, including the treaties in which the international human rights are protected, the role of treaty bodies and the role of Charter-based bodies.
Read the full guide to An Overview of the United Nations human rights system.
This legal guide offers an overview of the key legislation related to the right to water and its implications to development, including practical challenges that NGOs may face and examples of the legislation’s usage by NGOs.
Read the full guide to Right to Water.
This report by Katherine Tyler from 9-12 Bell Yard and Rachel Chambers from Cloisters considers the methods available for regulating the behaviour of extractive organisations operating in weak governance zones, including the United Nations Guiding Principles and the OECD Guidelines, and emerging trends in the regulation of this sector.
This resource is in three parts. Click on the links below to listen to our three guest speakers.
Part 1: Katherine Tyler
Part 2: Rachel Chambers
Part 3: Joseph Croft
Global charity Advocates for International Development (A4ID) today launched its new human rights policy, bringing it in line with its obligations under the UN’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
The Guiding Principles were unanimously endorsed by the UN Human Rights Council in June 2011 and set out the obligation of business enterprises to respect human rights.
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A4ID is looking to recruit a consultant to help us take forward our work on the implementation by law firms of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
The individual will be responsible for preparing an A4ID report that includes:
This is a glossary, to be used in conjunction with Parts One and Two of the Amicus CuriaeAmicus Curiae means ‘friend of the court’. This can be a person or an organisation who is not a party to the case but volunteers to help the court. The Amicus Curiae does this by providing information on a point of law. & Investment Arbitrations legal guides.
Read the full Amicus Curiae & Investment Arbitrations: Glossary.
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