Water and sanitation are necessary for survival. Making these rights visible and meaningful in domestic law is the first step to realizing access to water and sanitation. This report identifies whether the rights to water and sanitation have been recognized expressly in the domestic law of francophone African countries.
Falsified and substandard medicines (FS) are a known public health problem. The initiative is designed to provide the pilot country, Uganda, with guidance on steps it can take to address the problem of FS medicines within its borders and with its neighbors.
This report contains 21 proposals for enhancing environmental justice in the 21st century. It is the result of discussions among the Environment Committee of the Club des Juristes. The report was produced to contemplate the international environmental law of tomorrow.
ELI Business Rescue Report contains 115 recommendations on a wide variety of themes affected by the rescue of financially distressed businesses: the legal rules for professions and courts, contract law, treatment and ranking of creditors’ claims, labor law, laws relating to transaction avoidance and corporate law, all focused on business rescue.
The African Task Force on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities (ATF) was an 18-month initiative of the Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocity Prevention. This final report reflects the outcome of desk research and interviews conducted by the members of the ATF, as well as the result of five subsequent workshops and bilateral interviews organized with the senior management of the relevant organizations in Africa.
This article seeks to inform the potential of bioprinting (3D printing of human organs), the legal aspects of the technology, its patentability, regulation, and ethical considerations. Although these patents are presumed valid, the validity of some of these might be litigated in due course, as the technology advances and the market expands.
This Compendium provides an accessible reference for research on international, regional and national law relating to forced displacement. It is organized to present information about a significant number of international, regional and national legal instruments that affect the forcibly displaced persons.
This white paper dedicates to developing the concept of water security in order to build a Water Security Framework. In this report, the concept of water security and identify the nexuses that reflect the relationships that represent water security were discussed.
There are more than 100 countries in the world today which are practicing a form of offset together with their government procurement without any common regulation. The purpose of this Community of Practice conducted by ECCO is to propose a draft to UNCITRAL to regulate this dimension of public trade.
75.05 per cent of the share of the global population follows one of the world’s major faiths. The moral and ethical principles that these religions preach seem very close to the secular common principles adopted by the international community over the last hundred years in the framework of international institutions through their legal instruments like treaties, agreements, resolutions and declarations. This report exams this overlap.