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Nicholas Stockton's speech at this event aimed to persuade that the non-governmental humanitarian community has embarked upon a radical journey from being the rather selective and ad hoc conduit of charitable giving towards being the champion and monitor...
Can International Law Provide Effective Sanctions for Violations of Economic and Social Rights? Lessons from the Creation of the International Criminal Court
At this event, Professor Christine Chinkin talked about the general question of economic, social and cultural rights, before turning to a specific discussion of the proposal to establish an International Criminal Court.
Appropriate Institutions for Food Security: Two Years After the World Food Summit - What Has Changed?
This event examined the extent to which the world food security situation had changed since the 1996 Rome Declaration on Food Security.
This event featured a discussion of DFID’s work on a rights-based approach to development.