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Global Justice and Sustainable Development

It is widely accepted that the current international legal framework on sustainable development has, at its core, an innate belief in justice, both instrumentally as the normative outcome of the general application of law and, more specifically, as the attainment of fairness within and between generations.

The Two-day research seminar (26 - 27th August 2009 Sheffield, UK), formally designated a working session of the International Law Association Committee on International Law on Sustainable Development, is open to all individuals interested in the issues. Research students are actively encouraged to participate.
30 papers will be presented over the course of the two day seminars in 10 sessions covering topics including:

  • Climate Change and Sustainable Development

  • International Trade and Investment

  • International Environmental Law

  • Stakeholders and Participation

  • National and Regional Approaches

  • Global Justice and Water Resources

  • Disparate Challenges

  • Inchoate solutions in a Globalised World

  • Realigning Economic Justice

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