Centre for International Governance and Justice (CIGJ)


From spaces of domination to spaces of resistance

States’ attempts to appropriate and configure particular lands are challenged by opposing forces that seek to re-appropriate them and to create alternative counter spaces.

Normative Esperanto? Proposed Indicatorisation of the Right to Development in the UN

Concepts developed with particular meanings in a non-human rights context can enter into a dedicated human rights domain, with particular consequences.

Climate change and human rights: beneficial links?

The promises of increased effectiveness, inclusivity and fairness in a human rights based approach response to climate change is questioned.

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Charlesworth and Chinkin re-examine the boundaries of international law

Charlesworth and Chinkin revisit their ground-breaking feminist analysis of international law.

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Brave new world

“You’ve got lawyers, political scientists, philosophers and anthropologists, and I think you need that breadth of expertise to come to grips with something as complicated as ‘why torture?’



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