International institutions

Inventive global governance

Global governance of trade occurs substantially through global and transnational lawmaking. A new sociology of international organizations (IOs) proposes that social ecology theory presents a fresh orientation towards global governance through law.

This paper uses three cases of global trade lawmaking to show how IOs in global lawmaking ecologies engaged in three kinds of inventive adaptation:

Representation and Suspicion in Canada’s Appearance under the Universal Periodic Review

Author/s (editor/s):

Authers, Benjamin

Publication year:

2014

Publication type:

Book chapter

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CUP

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Benjamin Authers. (2014). Representation and Suspicion in Canada’s Appearance under the Universal Periodic Review. In: Hilary Charlesworth and Emma Larking (eds.) Human Rights and the Universal Periodic Review. pp. 169-186. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Available from: Cambridge Books Online

The Crisis and the Quotidian in International Human Rights Law

Author/s (editor/s):

Authers, Benjamin
Charlesworth, Hilary

Publication year:

2013

Publication type:

Book chapter

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Springer

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Benjamin Authers and Hilary Charlesworth. (2013). The Crisis and the Quotidian in International Human Rights Law. Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 44 (2013): 19-39

Human Rights And The Universal Periodic Review: Rituals and Ritualism

Author/s (editor/s):

Authers, Benjamin
Baird, Natalie
Billaud, Julie
Bulto, Takele
Charlesworth, Hilary
Chauville, Roland
Collister, Heather
Cowan, Jane K
Joseph, Sarah
Kälin, Walter
Larking, Emma
Lynch, Phil
Schokman, Ben
De La Vega, Constance
Yamasaki, Cassandra
Wahyuningrum, Yuyun

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Book

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CUP

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Hilary Charlesworth and Emma Larking (eds.) Human Rights and the Universal Periodic Review. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Available from: Cambridge Books Online

Introduction: the regulatory power of the Universal Periodic Review

Author/s (editor/s):

Charlesworth, Hilary
Larking, Emma

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Book chapter

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CUP

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Hilary Charlesworth and Emma Larking. (2015). Introduction: the regulatory power of the Universal Periodic Review. In: Hilary Charlesworth and Emma Larking (eds.) Human Rights and the Universal Periodic Review. pp. 1-22. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Available from: Cambridge Books Online

Darryl Robinson masterclass: What is the underlying theory of crimes against humanity?

The Centre for International Governance and Justice (CIGJ), Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet) is pleased to announce a ‘Festival of International Law’ in October.

This masterclass is one of three Festival of International Law events looking at new research directions in international criminal law.

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