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identification and return of remains by an autonomous non-governmental organisation. While not directly reflecting the views of government and taking place long after the cessation of hostilities, the work of this organisation appears entirely motivated by the belief that families have a right to receive the

In: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

served as a source of living for the inhabitants. 12 Knife stabbings, mass disturbances, and the arson described above represent the renewed forms of struggle against the Israeli security forces. In some instances, operating in an unorganised way and using primitive or at least non-intensive means

In: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies

, be helpful to complement the implementation of sdg -13. Climate change affects a bundle of human rights including the rights to life, livelihood, health, housing, food, water, culture, education, and rights related to migration and self-determination. 76 In summary, it can be said that none of

In: Brill Open Law

organisations to behave in a certain way and obey certain rules. The business logic manages people’s most sensitive goods and set the pace of our life. Corporations are mainly profit-driven and that is not always compatible with individual rights. It has become a cliché to point out the power of corporations

In: Corporate Criminal Liability and Compliance Management Systems
Author: Ling Zhu

, must be integrated into global logistic[s] chains. An efficient port requires not only adequate infrastructure, superstructure and equipment but also good communications and especially a dedicated and skilled management team with a motivated and trained work force. 1 This long and comprehensive

In: The Belt and Road Initiative and the Law of the Sea

individuals living in that State. 75 At the more extreme level, it may involve institution of a regime change. Thus the argument that collective responsibility is guilt by association obscures what Isaacs argues is the true nature of the sanctions, which is to examine the best way in which members can justly

In: State Responsibility for Support of Armed Groups in the Commission of International Crimes

, threatened or endangered species and other forms of marine life.” Article 197 further obliges States to “cooperate on a global basis and, as appropriate, on a regional basis, directly or through competent international organizations, in formulating and elaborating international rules, standards and

In: International Marine Economy

perpetrator can commit violence or abuse with a high degree of impunity.” 12 Solangon and Patel concurred: “it is clear that a culture of impunity promotes propensity for violence”, 13 and they highlighted that: “socio-economic breakdown and poor living conditions … may lead to impunity due to the collapse

In: Preventing Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War / Verhinderung sexueller Gewalt als Kriegswaffe / Prévenir la violence sexuelle en tant qu'arme de guerre

the one provided by the ilc in the context of its work on the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters. The ilc has defined a disaster as “a calamitous event or series of events resulting in widespread loss of life, great human suffering and distress, mass displacement, or large

In: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies
Author: Mika Hayashi

may become a source of hazard simply by remaining on the spot; such explosive remnants of war (ERW) could detonate even years after a conflict in which the weapons had been employed, especially when touched or moved. Because the explosive remnants of war create a safety hazard for people living in the

In: Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies