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Investment Law and Human Rights
In a collaborative effort with the Leiden Journal of International Law (LJIL) this symposium discusses two recent LJIL articles dealing with the relationship between “International Investment Law and Human Rights”. Both pieces straddle disciplinary boundaries: Moshe Hirsch explores the potential of social movements for locating human rights within investment law whereas Tomer Broude and Caroline Henckels develop a loss-gain frame to understand the relationship of investor rights and human rights. The ideas are further developed in exchanges with Silvia Steininger and Oliver Hailes.
The space between human rights and the right to regulate
Human rights in the hyphen: reframing investor-state arbitration through the duty to regulate
Reply: Looking for a saviour in international investment law?
From the margins to the center – can social movements save international investment law?
Symposium on international investment law and human rights