Tag: Regional Projects

  • After several stages of consultations, a group of human rights and equality experts agreed upon The Declaration of Principles on Equality. The Declaration reflects a moral and professional consensus among these experts. The principles are based on concepts and jurisprudence developed in international, regional and national legal contexts. They are intended to assist the efforts […]
  • In cooperation with the Due Process of Law Foundation, the Clinic produced several policy papers and legal reviews on how to establish state responsibility for the actions of transnational corporations operating abroad.
  • The Clinic conducted a follow-up project on the three-volume report on corporate complicity and legal accountability released by the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ). The Clinic researched corporate complicity cases in the Americas to determine how courts are dealing with claims seeking civil, criminal, and constitutional remedies for the harms produced by companies’ complicity with […]
  • Clinic students collaborated with the International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW AP) in the production of a manual intended to help women’s rights advocacy groups choose the most effective international forum to bring their claims. The student researched the case law of various UN bodies as well as the Inter-American, European, and African […]