International Organizations and State Sovereignty A Relationship in Flux

2019 ESIL Annual Conference, Athens  12 September 2019, 11.00 – 13.30 Room 1, 45 Academias Str A Relationship in Flux Programme   11h00 – 11h15 Welcome and Introduction Sufyan Droubi   11h15 – 13h15  Roundtable Convenors 1.     Frederick Cowell (Birkbeck), ‘Defining Sovereignty by Defiance: How sovereign identity is defined through human rights backlash’ 2.     Pola... Continue Reading →

An Ambivalent Engagement: International Organisations and the International Rule of Law

Workshop at the occasion of the 2019 ESIL Research Forum, Göttingen 3rd April 2019, 13:00 – 16:30 Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5, 37073 Göttingen The ESIL Interest Group on International Organisations gladly presents the programme of the workshop on the theme of international organisations and the rule of law. The Coordinating Committee has received many... Continue Reading →

Exploring international organisations’ idiosyncratic reluctance to human rights

Arguing that the realization of the function for which they have been created must take precedence over all other considerations, international organisations have tended to present the realization of that function as essential to protecting universal interests. In doing so, they have however contributed to weakening human rights standards. This contribution explores the reasons of that idiosyncratic reluctance to human rights.

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ESIL LAWSEA IG

The Law of the Sea Interest Group of the European Society of International Law

IGPS

Interest Group on Peace and Security / Groupe de Réflexion sur la Paix et la Sécurité

International Organisations Interest Group

European Society of International Law