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In this article, PluriCourts director Andreas Føllesdal discusses different conceptions of subsidiarity. He argues that instead of one principle of subsidiarity, there are different conceptions with varying institutional implications.
Special issue in the Nordic Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 32, Issue 2), edited by former MultiRights Postdoc Marjan Ajevski.
The issue looks at the consequences of institutional fragmentation within one branch of international law: International human rights law. Has the practice of international human rights Courts and tribunals led to fragmented human rights protection?
Shifting Paradigms in the Protection of the Rule of Law and Human Rights in the UK, France and the Netherlands.
Article by Gar Yein Ng written during her stay at MultiRights.
Master thesis by Teresita Acedo Betancourt. Read the paper (SSRN).
This issue of MarIus comprises a selection of theses written over the last couple of years by Our LLM students and by Norwegian law students.
Geir Ulfstein discusses whether the European Court of Human Rights acts – and should act – as part of a constitutionalized legal system.
MultiRights Postdoc Claudio Corradetti proposes an interpretation of Kant's view on cosmopolitanism: It is both legal and transitional, that is, as Kant defined it a view of cosmopolitanism as a part of Public Right.
Article by MultiRights Postdoc Matthew Saul, published in Asian Journal of International Law.
When your manuscript is accepted by the editor, please send it to Kirsti Aarseth email@example.com We expect your text to be complete and proofread.
This article by Andreas Føllesdal will appear in The Legitimacy of International Human Rights Regimes, edited by A. Follesdal, J. Schaffer and G. Ulfstein (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press). Read the chapter.
Book chapter written by Claudio Corradetti, to be published in C.Corradetti, N.Eisikovitz, J.Rotondi (eds.), Theorizing Transitional Justice, Ashgate, 2015.
Special section of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights edited by Leiry Cornejo Chavez and containing contributions from several PluriCourts researchers.
Chapter by Claudio Corradetti, in Cindy Holder & David A. Reidy (eds), Human rights: The hard questions. Cambridge University Press.
Article by Claudio Corradetti.
After the conference Rule of Law for Nature in May 2012 the most visionary contributions were chosen for publishing. Editor is Professor Christina Voigt, who also headed the conference set up by the Research group in natural resources law.
Edited by Andreas Føllesdal, Birgit Peters and Geir Ulfstein.
Written by a combination of top academics, industry experts and leading practitioners, the book offers a detailed insight into both unimodal and multimodal carriage of goods.
Book chapter by Birgit Peters (formerly Schlütter).
Article by Steinar Andresen (PluriCourts), Norichika Kanie, Peter M. Haas, Graeme Auld, Benjamin Cashore, Pamela S. Chasek, Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, Stefan Renckens, Olav Schram Stokke, Casey Stevens, Stacy D. VanDeveer, and Masahiko Iguchi.
- International Law, State Practice and EU Harmonisation
The book provides a thorough analysis of criminal jurisdiction over the perpetrators of ship-source pollution.
Published by Tidsskrift for Rettvitenskap, Vol. 3 (2013).
Published by Erasmus Law Review, Volume 6 Issue 1 (2013).
Article published by Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Volume 14, No 2, 2013