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Using fraternity and human dignity to counter the criminalization of solidarity in the European Union (2024)
Journal Article
Quenivet, N., Dadomo, C., & Tava, F. (in press). Using fraternity and human dignity to counter the criminalization of solidarity in the European Union. Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 56,

Over the past decades, a logic of border control and securitization, a combination of legal, political and social elements and factors, has developed in European States. The 2015 migration crisis has only exacerbated this negative approach towards mi... Read More about Using fraternity and human dignity to counter the criminalization of solidarity in the European Union.

To what extent, comparatively, might changes in international law constrain the use of the military instrument of power by Russia, China, and UK in the 2020s and 2030s? (2024)
Report
Green, J. A. (2024). To what extent, comparatively, might changes in international law constrain the use of the military instrument of power by Russia, China, and UK in the 2020s and 2030s?. Secretary of State’s Office for Net Assessment and Challenge (SONAC), Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

This report was commissioned and funded by the Secretary of State’s Office for Net Assessment and Challenge (SONAC), Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. As was requested by SONAC, it seeks to predict possibl... Read More about To what extent, comparatively, might changes in international law constrain the use of the military instrument of power by Russia, China, and UK in the 2020s and 2030s?.

Unlawful transfer and deportation of Ukrainian children (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2024, March). Unlawful transfer and deportation of Ukrainian children. Presented at Ukraine Practicum, Chapman University (online)

This guest lecture starts by exploring the various violations committed against children by the parties to the conflict in Ukraine. It then moves on to focus on the removal of Ukrainian children from Ukraine to occupied territories and Russia. Using... Read More about Unlawful transfer and deportation of Ukrainian children.

Privacy based triage of suspicious activity reports using offline large language models (2024)
Book Chapter
Legg, P., Ryder, N., Bourton, S., Johnson, D., & Walker, R. (in press). Privacy based triage of suspicious activity reports using offline large language models. In Advancements in Cyber Crime Investigations and Modern Data Analytics. CRC Press / Taylor and Francis

Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) form a vital part of incident response and case management for the investigation of known or suspected money laundering. However, those submitting SARs, and those tasked with analysing SARs, often find the task overw... Read More about Privacy based triage of suspicious activity reports using offline large language models.

Submission to the special rapporteur on violence against women and girls to inform her visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (2024)
Report
Querton, C., & Dustin, M. (2024). Submission to the special rapporteur on violence against women and girls to inform her visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. University of the West of England

Women in Refugee Law (WiRL) is a global network of asylum seeking and refugee women, academics, practitioners, policymakers and activists. Our submission draws together recent evidence and knowledge from our UK members with lived experience of claimi... Read More about Submission to the special rapporteur on violence against women and girls to inform her visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Criminalisation of solidarity towards migrants in the European Union - Issues, challenges and solutions (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2024, February). Criminalisation of solidarity towards migrants in the European Union - Issues, challenges and solutions. Presented at Dharmashastra National Law University Talk 2024 (India), Online

The talk has two objectives. It first explains the process of criminalization of solidarity in the European Union and especially how the law is used as an instrument of securitization and sanction against solidaristic acts. It also provides examples... Read More about Criminalisation of solidarity towards migrants in the European Union - Issues, challenges and solutions.

The concept of legal convergence (2024)
Book Chapter
Platsas, A. E. (2024). The concept of legal convergence. In . E. Ghio, & R. Perlingeiro (Eds.), Are Legal Systems Converging or Diverging?: Lessons from Contemporary Crises (27-44). Springer (part of Springer Nature). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-38180-5_3

The concept of convergence of legal systems stands for a leading idea in the modern discipline of law. Whereas one could neo-romantically still perceive law as a Landesjurisprudenz, a sort of provincial and domestic study, it would be fair to maintai... Read More about The concept of legal convergence.

Collective Self-Defence in International Law (2024)
Book
Green, J. A. (2024). Collective Self-Defence in International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781009406420

Collective self-defence can be defined as the use of military force by one or more states to aid another state that is an innocent victim of armed attack. However, it is a legal justification that is open to abuse and its exercise risks escalating co... Read More about Collective Self-Defence in International Law.

Economic crimes and war crimes (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2024, January). Economic crimes and war crimes. Presented at 5th Winter Economic Crime Symposium, University of Portsmouth (online)

This keynote speech starts by providing a definition of war crimes under the Statute of the International Criminal Court and then focuses on war crimes that can be deemed to be of an economic nature. The speech then moves on to examine the definition... Read More about Economic crimes and war crimes.

International humanitarian law and healthcare (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2023, November). International humanitarian law and healthcare. Presented at Bristol Global Emergency Care Conference, Bristol

After a brief overview of the key principles of international humanitarian law (IHL), this presentation focuses on the protection offered by IHL to medical personnel and medical units. The concepts of 'medical personnel' and 'medical units' are defin... Read More about International humanitarian law and healthcare.

R2P - Whose responsibility - Whose protection? A gender perspective (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Quenivet, N. (2023, November). R2P - Whose responsibility - Whose protection? A gender perspective. Presented at Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Interventions - Military Force in the Name of Human Rights, Hannover, Germany

The keynote speech starts by questioning who is protected by humanitarian interventions. It argues that there is a disparity between the rhetoric of protecting vulnerable groups (especially women), the law that is contained in UN reports and UN Secur... Read More about R2P - Whose responsibility - Whose protection? A gender perspective.

Between human dignity and public order: States and refugees’ contestations and conflicting claims to shared values of human dignity in international law in the context of the global refugee crisis (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Eda, L. (2023, October). Between human dignity and public order: States and refugees’ contestations and conflicting claims to shared values of human dignity in international law in the context of the global refugee crisis. Paper presented at Current Issues in Armed Conflicts International Conference of the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and the University of Essex Conflict and Crisis Hub, Geneva—Switzerland, University of Essex and Online

The global refugee crisis driven mainly by armed conflicts is wreaking havoc on the stability of international refugee law and international law generally; thus, raising questions whether the crisis is beyond the reach of international law and the po... Read More about Between human dignity and public order: States and refugees’ contestations and conflicting claims to shared values of human dignity in international law in the context of the global refugee crisis.

Territorial conflicts on the territory of the former Soviet Union - Stabilised de facto regimes between territorial integrity, the right of self-determination, and the interests of third parties (2023)
Book Chapter
Quenivet, N. (2023). Territorial conflicts on the territory of the former Soviet Union - Stabilised de facto regimes between territorial integrity, the right of self-determination, and the interests of third parties. In Sicherheitsordnung in Europa Analysen und Perspektiven nach dem Ende der Geschichte (103-180). Berlin: Duncker and Humblot

This chapter examines the criteria of statehood according to the Montevideo Convention and applies them to four entities (Abkhazia, South Ossetia, Transnistria, Nagorno-Karabakh) that were part of the Soviet Union with a view to evaluating their sta... Read More about Territorial conflicts on the territory of the former Soviet Union - Stabilised de facto regimes between territorial integrity, the right of self-determination, and the interests of third parties.

The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles (2023)
Conference Proceeding
Platsas, A. E. (2023). The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles. In The European Conference on Education 2023 Official Conference Proceedings (1479-1488). https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2188-1162.2023.118

The contribution promotes the idea of principles in academic legal education. Principles are taken to be abstract notions that can offer a certain direction of things in academic legal education. The paper posits that such principles should be taken... Read More about The spirit of modern academic legal education: Towards governing principles.

Do the ‘risks’ to public order posed by the journeys of transnational migrants challenge the stability, effectiveness and redemptive power of international human rights law to protect migrant rights? (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Eda, L. (2023, September). Do the ‘risks’ to public order posed by the journeys of transnational migrants challenge the stability, effectiveness and redemptive power of international human rights law to protect migrant rights?. Paper presented at European Human Rights Law International Conference, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Whether through the Mediterranean, the English Channel or other routes, migrants and refugees, through crossing national borders in their attempt to reach an international destination, challenge an international system built on the premise of state s... Read More about Do the ‘risks’ to public order posed by the journeys of transnational migrants challenge the stability, effectiveness and redemptive power of international human rights law to protect migrant rights?.

From dictatorship to democracy in South Africa (2023)
Book Chapter
Kemp, G. (in press). From dictatorship to democracy in South Africa. In From Dictatorship to Democracy. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck Tübingen

South Africa’s transition to democracy in the early 1990s can be described as a complex transition. It was not only a transition from a dictatorship and an oppressive regime to a democratic dispensation. It was, first and foremost, a transition from... Read More about From dictatorship to democracy in South Africa.

Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective (2023)
Book Chapter
Kemp, G. (in press). Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective. In Corporate Criminal Liability and Sanctions. United Kingdom: Routledge

Corporate conduct can have devastating effects on the social, governance, and economic systems of states and regions. The drafters of the Malabo Protocol of the African Union opted to include corporate criminal liability as a mode of liability, thus... Read More about Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective.

Collective self-defence and the criterion of a request for aid (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Green, J. A. (2023, September). Collective self-defence and the criterion of a request for aid. Paper presented at International Law and the Regulation of Resort to Force: Exhaustion, Destruction, Rebirth?, Faculty of Law, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic