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Abelvik-Lawson, Helle (2019) Indigenous Environmental Rights, Participation and Lithium Mining in Argentina and Bolivia: A Socio-Legal Analysis. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Agbaitoro, Godswill (2019) Legal strategy for resolving the socio-economic and environmental symptoms of the resource curse in Nigeria: the role of impact and benefit agreements (IBAs). Commonwealth Law Bulletin, 44 (3). pp. 381-399. DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/03050718.2019.1651209

Agbaitoro, Godswill (2019) Renewable Energy Development: A Panacea for Resolving the Energy Crisis in Nigeria. In: Beyond Fossil Fuels: Renewable Energy Law and Policy. Fifers Lane Publishers, Nigeria.

Aguilar Betancurt, Sebastian (2019) Heteronormativity in International Human Rights Law. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Ahmed Idrees, Omer Adam (2019) The right to religious freedom: An examination of outlawing of religious clothing or symbols in public and workplaces as a violation of religious freedom in the context of the decisions of the European court of human rights and the UN human rights committee. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Akrivos, Dimitris (2019) A Televised Social Problem Construction? Pushing Back Against the Invisibility of the Male Rape Victim in American Crime. In: Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture . Springer.

Akrivos, Dimitris and Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Conclusion: Popular Criminology Revisited. In: Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Springer, 335 - 338.

Akrivos, Dimitris and Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Introduction: Crime and Deviance through the Lens of Popular Culture. In: Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture . Springer.

Alsamani, Muath Ahmed S (2019) Green bond regulations in the United Kingdom: Challenges and Opportunities. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

AnsariI, Farhat (2019) Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) “Risk based approach” a tool or myth to fight against Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Advertising Regulation: First ads to be banned under the new ASA gender-stereotyping rules. The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) EU General Court rules Adidas’ three-stripe trade mark invalid. EU Law Analysis - Expert Insight into EU Law Developments.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) The High Court refuses to disclose cockpit footage of air accident to the media. IRIS - Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Irresponsible ad related to Brexit is banned by the Advertising Standards Authority. The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Meghan Markle, Ben Stokes, Gareth Thomas: three reasons why UK press needs help to understand ‘public interest’. The Conversation.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Ofcom extends the remit of the Advertising Advisory Committee. IRIS - Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Suppressing undesired vocabulary: Advocate General on the registration of the trade mark ‘Fack Ju Göhte’. The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Talk Radio in breach of Ofcom’s rules on harm and offence. IRIS - Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) UK regulator expands media literacy activities. IRIS - Legal Observations of the European Audiovisual Observatory.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Vorsprung durch Technik? Audi scores victory in trade mark appeal before the EU General Court. EU Law Analysis - Expert Insight into EU Law Developments.

Antoniou, Alexandros (2019) Zao’s deepfake face-swapping app shows uploading your photos is riskier than ever. The Conversation.

Antoniou, Alexandros and Akrivos, Dimitris (2019) Crime, Deviance and Popular Culture: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture . Palgrave Macmillan.

Aurey, Xavier (2019) Article 27 - Défaut de pertinence de la qualité officielle. In: Statut de Rome de la Cour pénale internationale - Commentaire article par article. Pedone.

Aurey, Xavier (2019) Les Cliniques juridiques, histoire d’un projet plus que centenaire. Lexbase Hebdo Edition Professions (295).

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Barmpari, Margarita-Marina (2019) A human rights-based approach to discrimination in the workplace: a gender analysis of formal and informal work and the allocation of jobs. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Barnes, Paula (2019) Vessels today are more sophisticated than ever, and the international conventions apparently provide an appropriate standard of safety: however, with bigger, faster and more technical ships are the IMO looking at the future of shipping and are we in need of amendments to Colregs/SOLAS to combat the impacts? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Barnett, Leigh (2019) Delivering the right to education for autistic primary school children in Essex: how can human rights help to escape the inclusive education/ special education dichotomy? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Barrett, Lena (2019) The contribution of civil society to combatting torture and ill-treatment: a cross-national analysis. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Bassetti, Matteo (2019) Framing the prohibition to transition and the pathologisation of trans identities as cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Ben-Naftali, Orna and Viterbo, Hedi and Sfard, Michael (2019) Critiquing in the Light of The ABC of the OPT. Verfassungsblog.

Bhattacharyya, Pratim (2019) A comparative analysis of corporate social responsibility regimes in the United Kingdom and India? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Bhullar, Lovleen and Cullet, Philippe and Lesniewska, Feja and Ohdedar, Birsha (2019) Introduction - Designing Law and Policy Towards Managing Plastics in a Circular Economy. Journal of Law, Environment and Development (LEAD), 15 (2).

Boonnak, Saranjit (2019) Study on the operation of the Shelters for Children and Families in Thailand under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Borel, Floriane (2019) Advancing international standards on reproductive rights through the Women, Peace and Security Framework. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Boulos, Carla (2019) The change in gender roles in the Syrian conflict and its effect on women`s rights. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Brennan, Karen (2019) Murderous Mothers & Gentle Judges: Paternalism,Patriarchy, and Infanticide. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, 30 (1).

Brennan, Karen (2019) Reflections on Criminalising Obstetric Violence: A Feminist Perspective. In: Childbirth, Vulnerability and Law. Routledge, 226 - 226.

Bryce, Matilda (2019) ‘To what extent does the United Kingdom’s law protect women’s rights during asylum procedures: a critical analysis.’. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Bueno De Mesquita, Judith (2019) The Universal Periodic Review: a valuable new procedure for the right to health? Health and Human Rights, 21 (2). pp. 263-277.

Buffat, Marianne (2019) The place of human dignity within the field of genomic research in relation to the law of bioethics. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

BÜKEN, KIVILCIM CEREN (2019) THE ECTHR MARGIN OF APPRECIATON IN ARTICLE 8 CRIMINALISATION CASES THROUGH THE LENS OF CRIMINAL THEORY. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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CETIN, HASAN (2019) HATE SPEECH IN THE CASE LAW OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS: An Article 10 and Article 17 Dichotomy. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Calis, Behiye Yonca (2019) The Role of the arbitral institutions to preserve the integrity of arbitral proceedings with specific reference Istanbul Arbitration Centre Rules. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Casey, Rebecca Louise (2019) The United Kingdom’s responsible lending rules have provided stronger protection for consumers through the exclusion of the financially vulnerable, how can the responsible lending practices strengthen the financially vulnerable consumer’s access to credit? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Casla, Koldo (2019) #1forEquality: The Story of an Unlikely Victorious Campaign in the Making. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 11 (3). pp. 554-568. DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/jhuman/huz036

Casla, Koldo (2019) Politics of International Human Rights Law Promotion in Western Europe: Order versus Justice. Routledge Studies in Human Rights . Routledge, pp. 1-189.

Chambers, Rachel E (2019) Corporate misconduct, human rights, and the challenges of extraterritorial solutions. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Chidi, Princess Ifunanya (2019) The Need For the Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Corporate Governance- A case study of Nigeria i. Is CSR sufficiently integrated in Corporate Governance in Nigeria? ii. How can CSR be integrated in Corporate Governance in Nigeria Effectively? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Choo, Li Xhing Ashley (2019) The Dark Twin of Money Laundering: Corporate Financial Crime. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Chowdhury, Bareesh Hasan (2019) The Nexus of Climate Action and Human Rights, with a Focus on Sustainable Energy Transitions. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Chrysostomou, Rafaela (2019) Legal Issues in the Law of the Sea and Regulatory Developments. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Cornford, Thomas (2019) The Negligence Liability of Public Authorities for Omissions. Cambridge Law Journal, 78 (3). pp. 545-569. DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/S0008197319000692

Cristescu, Irina Florenta (2019) The challenges of prosecuting the destruction of the natural environment as a war crime before the international criminal court and preferable alternatives. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Cruz RodrĂ­guez, Michael (2019) SupremacĂ­a judicial: el control constitucional del derecho viviente en Colombia. ProlegĂłmenos, 21 (42). pp. 111-133. DOI https://doi.org/10.18359/prole.3322

Cupido, Durand (2019) The Environment in Shipping Incidents: Salvage Contracts and the Public Interest. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets – Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development. Cambride University Press, 206 - 231.

Cusato, Eliana (2019) Overcoming the “Logic of Exception”: A Critique of the UN Security Council’s Response to Environmental Damage from the 1990–91 Gulf War. Asian Journal of International Law, 9 (1). pp. 75-97. DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/s2044251318000061

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Doyle, Margaret (2019) A Place at the Table: A report on young people's participation in resolving disputes about special educational needs and disabilities. Project Report. UK Administrative Justice Institute, Colchester, UK.

Draghici, Carmen and Woods, Lorna M (2019) Killing Journalists is Not Media Regulation: Private Rights, Collective Wrongs and the Impact of Impunity. Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems, 29 (1). pp. 263-308.

Duffy, Aoife (2019) Torture and Human Rights in Northern Ireland Interrogation in Depth. Routledge, London.

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Ekhator, Eghosa and Agbaitoro, Godswill (2019) Energy Law and Policy in Nigeria with Reflection on the International Energy Charter and Domestication of the African Charter. In: Governance in Nigeria post-1999: Revisiting the democratic ‘new dawn’ of the Fourth Republic. Pretoria University Law Press.

Elserafy, Mohammed Mahdy Hassan (2019) Gender-based Violence in armed conflict: International law, motives and current states’ practices and recommendation in regard to gender advisors’ role and military manuals. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Fagan, Andrew (2019) The Gentrification of Human Rights. Human Rights Quarterly, 41 (2). pp. 283-308. DOI https://doi.org/10.1353/hrq.2019.0027

Faturoti, Bukola and Agbaitoro, Godswill and Onya, Obinna (2019) Environmental Protection in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry and Jonah Gbemre v Shell PDC Nigeria Limited: Let the Plunder Continue? African Journal of International and Comparative Law, 27 (2). pp. 225-245. DOI https://doi.org/10.3366/ajicl.2019.0270

FejƑs, Andrea (2019) Social justice in EU financial consumer law. Tilburg Law Review, 24 (1). pp. 68-88. DOI https://doi.org/10.5334/tilr.138

Ferstman, Carla (2019) Reparations for Mass Torts involving the United Nations: Misguided Exceptionalism in Peacekeeping Operations. International Organizations Law Review, 16 (1). pp. 42-67. DOI https://doi.org/10.1163/15723747-01601003

Ferstman, Carla (2019) Universal Periodic Review (Islamic Republic of Iran): Joint submission made by the family members of arbitrarily detained foreign and dual nationals. Technical Report. Centre for Supporters of Human Rights and Iran Human Rights Documentation Center.

Ferstman, Carla and Oette, Lutz (2019) Amicus Curiae Submission on Appeal from the 37th Heavy Penal Court Concerning Chairperson of Human Rights Foundation Turkey ƞebnem Korur Fincancı. Technical Report. Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TIHV).

Flynn, Tom (2019) The Triangular Constitution Constitutional Pluralism in Ireland, the EU and the ECHR. Hart Publishing.

Fussey, Peter and Murray, Daragh (2019) Independent Report on the London Metropolitan Police Service’s Trial of Live Facial Recognition Technology. Project Report. University of Essex Human Rights Centre.

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GRANADOS CAMACHO, MONICA (2019) The participation of women in truth commission’s and the promotion of gendered guarantees of non-recurrence. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Gilbert, Geoff (2019) Not bound but Committed: operationalising the Global Compact on Refugees. International Migration, 57 (6). pp. 27-42. DOI https://doi.org/10.1111/imig.12632

Gonzalez de Oliveira, ThĂąmisa (2019) Business and Human Rights and Modern Slavery: a comparative analysis between the Modern Slavery Act (2015) and the Brazilian Law. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Hambye, Valentine (2019) Sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peace operations personnel through the lens of Women, Peace and Security. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Hanses, Hanna (2019) Environmentally induced displacement – international response and legal challenges. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Harwood, Joanna (2019) ‘We don’t know what it is we don’t know’: how austerity has undermined the courts’ access to information in child arrangements cases involving domestic abuse. Child and Family Law Quarterly, 31 (4). p. 321.

Hassan-Cakir, Nargys (2019) Sister ship arrest and the problem of the one ship company. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Hoekstra, Johanna (2019) The Normative Influence of the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts on Courts. Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration, 23 (1). pp. 54-80.

Horrex, Gemma (2019) A comparative analysis of how the fundamental human rights of favela residents have been affected by the presence and now, gradual removal of the UPP (Pacifying Police Units) in Rio de Janeiro. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Htoo, Thant Lwin (2019) Right to Information: Why is it important and what are the main challenges? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Iglecio Fernandes, Tarsila (2019) Does the current policy adopted by the Brazilian Government regarding indigenous peoples violate their human rights? – an analysis of the law, political context and possible environmental consequences. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Ilgen, Ceyda (2019) The implementation of the UNGPs on Business and Human Rights for SMEs: Challenges and Opportunities. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Irshad, Malika (2019) Understanding China’s War on Terror: The Securitisation of the Xinjiang Autonomous Region. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Ito, Hanae (2019) The responsibilities of the awarding bodies of mega-sporting events under the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Jackson, Brian (2019) Freedom of Establishment and Cross-Border Mobility in the EU: The need for a common standard of rules at an EU level for the transfer of seats of companies within the internal market. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Jones, EL and Charlesworth, H and Heathcote, G (2019) Feminist Scholarship on International Law in the 1990s and today: An Inter-Generational Conversation. Feminist Legal Studies, 27 (1). pp. 79-93. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-018-9384-1

Jones, EL and Chinkin, C and Jones, H and Heathcote, G (2019) Bozkurt Case (aka the Lotus Case): Two Ships that Go Bump in the Night. In: Feminist Judgments in International Law. Hart Publishing, 27 - 51. (In Press)

Jones, Emily (2019) Feminist Technologies and Post-Capitalism: Defining and Reflecting upon Xenofeminism. Feminist Review, 123 (1). pp. 126-134. DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/0141778919878925

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Kamal, Nuzhat (2019) Legal developments of progressive realization for the rights of the child. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Karadogan, Bedir Berkay (2019) Regulating Financial Technology – Opportunities and Risks. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Karapapa, Stavroula and McDonagh, Luke (2019) Intellectual Property Law. Oxford University Press.

Karatzia, Anastasia (2019) The European Citizens' Initiative and Greek debt relief: Anagnostakis. Common Market Law Review, 56 (4). pp. 1069-1092.

Keser, Hayriye (2019) Article 8 of European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and the Protection of Personal Data. European Court of Human Rights’ New Approaches to the Mass Data Processing. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Konstadinides, Theodore and Karatzia, Anastasia (2019) The legal nature and character of Memoranda of Understanding as instruments used by the European Central Bank. European Law Review, 44 (4). pp. 444-464.

Konstadinides, Theodoros (2019) Judicial independence and the rule of law in the context of non-execution of a European Arrest Warrant: LM. Common Market Law Review, 56 (3). pp. 743-769.

Koutsias, Marios (2019) Exit Britain Enter the Stakeholders: Could Brexit end the cultural wars within the European Union Company Law and give birth to a truly “European Company”? European Business Law Review, 30 (6). pp. 881-908.

Koutsias, Marios and Dine, Janet (2019) "The Three Shades of Tax Avoidance of Corporate Groups: Company Law, Ethics and the Multiplicity of Jurisdictions involved”. European Business Law Review, 30 (1). pp. 149-182.

Kuno, Kae (2019) Problems of The Act on the Punishment of Organized Crimes and Control of Crime Proceeds in Japan. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Ladu, Ogeno Jackson Ambrose (2019) Establishing and Implementing company-level grievance mechanism: An examined instrument for oil and gas corporations in the context of South Sudan. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Lindsey, Jaime (2019) Testimonial Injustice and Vulnerability: A Qualitative Analysis of Participation in the Court of Protection. Social and Legal Studies, 28 (4). pp. 450-469. DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/0964663918793169

Lubell, Noam and Pejic, Jelena and Simmons, Claire (2019) Guidelines on Investigating Violations of International Humanitarian Law: Law, Policy, and Good Practice. International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)/Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Geneva.

Lubell, Noam and Wood, Michael (2019) Guest editorial: The ILA’s 2018 report on aggression and the use of force. Journal on the Use of Force and International Law, 6 (1). pp. 4-11. DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/20531702.2019.1596468

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Macchi, Chiara and Van Ho, Tara and Yanes, Luis Felipe (2019) Investor Obligations in Occupied Territories: A Report on the Norwegian Government Pension Fund – Global. Project Report. Essex Business and Human Rights Project.

Madero Suarez, Paulina (2019) Sexual harassment in the workplace and the Mexican labour reform: an analysis under the International Labour Organization Convention concerning the elimination of violence and harassment in the world of work and the UN guiding principles on business and human rights. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Malabanan, Marie (2019) A feminist critique of the adjudication of the HRC and the CAT in cases filed by women asylum seekers involving the principle of non-refoulement. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Mamo, Christian (2019) The Application of international human rights law to non-state armed groups in Ukraine. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Marique, Enguerrand and Marique, Yseult (2019) Sanctions on digital platforms - Beyond the public-private divide. Cambridge International Law Journal, 8 (2). pp. 258-281. DOI https://doi.org/10.4337/cilj.2019.02.05l

Marique, Yseult (2019) 'Quarante ans d’évolution des relations entre les citoyens et l’administration au Royaume-Uni’. Annuaire europĂ©en d’administration publique, 2017. pp. 313-347.

Marique, Yseult and Van Garsse, Steven (2019) Setting up public-private partnerships in smart cities - An exploration of legal techniques and some challenges. In: Le Futur du Droit Administratif / The Future of Administrative Law. LexisNexis, 343 - 362.

Marshall, Esme (2019) From Seven Towers to Grenfell: failures of social housing and the possibilities of a human rights-based approach. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Martin, Wayne and Gurbai, SĂĄndor (2019) Surveying the Geneva impasse: Coercive care and human rights. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 64. pp. 117-128. DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijlp.2019.03.001

Martin-Ortega, Olga and Hoekstra, Johanna (2019) Reporting as a Means to Protect and Promote Human Rights? The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive. European Law Review, 44 (5). pp. 622-645.

Mason, P B (2019) 'UK Marine Protected Areas: Powerful legal protection or paper parks?’. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

McGregor, Lorna (2019) Accountability for Governance Choices in Artificial Intelligence: Afterword to Eyal Benvenisti’s Foreword. European Journal of International Law, 29 (4). pp. 1079-1085. DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/ejil/chy086

McGregor, Lorna (2019) Looking to the Future: The Scope, Value and Operationalization of International Human Rights Law. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 53 (2). pp. 1281-1314.

McGregor, Lorna and Murray, Daragh and Ng, Vivian (2019) International human rights law as a framework for algorithmic accountability. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 68 (2). pp. 309-343. DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/S0020589319000046

McGregor, Lorna and Murray, Rachel and Shipman, Shirley (2019) Should National Human Rights Institutions Institutionalize Dispute Resolution? Human Rights Quarterly, 41 (2). pp. 309-339. DOI https://doi.org/10.1353/hrq.2019.0028

McWilliams, Annalise (2019) Human Rights Violations in the Era of Industrialized Animal Agriculture. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Michalowski, Sabine and Cruz Rodriguez, Michael and Orjuela Ruiz, Astrid and Gomez Betancur, Luisa (2019) ABC del sometimiento voluntario de la JEP. Manual. Essex Transitional Justice Network.

Michalowski, Sabine and Jimenez Ospina, Alejandro and Martinez Carrillo, Hobeth and Marin Lopez, Daniel (2019) Los terceros complejos: lacompetencia de la JurisdicciĂłn Especial para la Paz, Resumen Ejecutivo. Other. Dejusticia, Bogota, Colombia.

Michalowski, Sabine and Jiménez Ospina, Alejandro and Martinez Carrillo, Hobeth and Marín López, Daniel (2019) Los terceros complejos: la competencia de la Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz. Manual. Dejusticia, Bogota, Colombia.

Milanos, Evangelos (2019) Why functional equivalence between electronic and paper Bill of Lading is not yet possible and why International Projects and business initiatives have failed to successfully deal with this issue? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Millner, Arlen (2019) How Terrorism Affected Asylum Seekers at the U.S.-Mexico Border and What International Law has to Say About It. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Mourkogianni, Alessia-Georgia (2019) What does the United Kingdom leaving the European Union mean in regards to Human Rights and Workers rights? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Murray, Daragh and Fussey, Pete (2019) Bulk Surveillance in the Digital Age: Rethinking the Human Rights Law Approach to Bulk Monitoring of Communications Data. Israel Law Review, 52 (1). pp. 31-60. DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/S0021223718000304

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Nicolson, Donald (2019) Evidence and Proof in Scotland: Context and Critique. Edinburgh University Press.

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OHASHI, YOSHIMI (2019) Does International Law Require States to Tackle Historical Injustice? Reconsidering Temporal Limitations by Applying Transitional Justice Initiative. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Odinaeva, Nodira (2019) Conflict in Ukraine: Rights of conflict affected persons for remedies and reparations. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Ohdedar, Birsha (2019) The human right to water in India: In search of an alternative commons-based approach in the context of climate change. In: The Commons in a Glocal World: Global Connections and Local Responses. Routledge, 475 - 492.

Olubadewo, Olayemi Ifeoluwa Zara (2019) Too many Black Women are in Pain: International Human Rights and the Right to Health. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Osuji, Onyeka and Abba, Paul (2019) Domestic adjudicative institutions, developing countries and sustainable development: Linkages and limitations. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development. Cambridge University Press, 49 - 84.

Osuji, Onyeka and Amajuoyi, Ugochi (2019) Sustainable consumption, consumer protection and sustainable development: Unbundling institutional septet for developing economies. In: Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing and Emerging Markets – Institutions, Actors and Sustainable Development. Cambridge University Press.

Ozbek, Besir (2019) Militant Democracy: A safeguard for international human rights law against the rise of right-wing populism in Europe and the USA. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Paquette, Mitchell E (2019) “The Human Rights Impact of Technology Sanctions”. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Pedersen, Vanja (2019) How are the US prison system failing to accommodate for transgender inmates’ human rights and what can be done to improve conditions? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Peers, Steven and Costa, Marios (2019) Beware of Courts Bearing Gifts? Transparency and the Court of Justice of the European Union. European Public Law, 25 (3). pp. 403-420.

Pegorier, Clotilde (2019) Law, Literature and Genocide: Rupert Bazambanza’s Smile Through the Tears. Pólemos, 13 (1). pp. 167-189. DOI https://doi.org/10.1515/pol-2019-0009

Peisse, Helene and Sauve, Laure (2019) Les couples franco-anglais face au divorce. Defrenois (40). pp. 17-26.

Petropoulos, Gerasimos (2019) An analysis of the Invalid Notice of Readiness in port charterparties and when laytime will commence. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Petrucci, Carlo (2019) Unequal representation of stakeholders in the Commission’s impact assessment process and the protection of the decision-making process. European Review of Public Law (ERPL), 31 (4).

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Rabenlehner, Stephen (2019) Human Rights abuses as “planned misery”? Exploring foreign investment protection law’s colonial roots and how its application is limiting state’s possibilities to fulfil their human rights obligations, especially economic, social and cultural rights. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Rafiq, Faisal (2019) Whether does the New York convention 1958 still fit for the purpose in the UK and Pakistan? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Rahman, Fatema (2019) Seeking the reconciliation of Shariah Law with the International Human Rights Law (IHRL) to ensure fundamental human rights of LGBT people in Muslim-Majority (MM) countries. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Regassa, Anene (2019) Mainstreaming Intersectionality in the African Context: Case of Domestic Violence Against Women in Ethiopia Somali-Region. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Rustambayli, Murad (2019) The positive relationship between the better realization of human rights and electoral integrity. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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SARCAR, TANIA (2019) HOW DOES THE PRESENCE OF BINDING AND NON-BINDING NORMS IN THE GLOBAL COMPACT ON REFUGEES HELP IN ITS IMPLEMENTATION? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Sahin, Ali Erdem (2019) Delimitation of the Maritime Zones in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: The Case of Turkey. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Salim, Mohamed (2019) Warranties in Marine Insurance : what effect will the Insurance Act 2015 changes have on the parties to a marine insurance contract and is their position improved? critical examination of the legal consequences to the parties at time of breach of warranties in marine insurance contract. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Sandhu, A (2019) ‘I’m glad that was on camera’: a case study of police officers’ perceptions of cameras. Policing and Society, 29 (2). pp. 223-235. DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/10439463.2017.1285917

Santaemilia del Hoyo, Beatriz (2019) Intersectionality in strategic litigation: formulating alternatives in adolescent girls’ abortion rights litigation. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Sauve, Laure (2019) RĂ©flexion sur l’apprĂ©hension des familles recomposĂ©es en droit successoral : l’exemple du droit anglais. Revue Internationale de Droit ComparĂ©, 2019 (3). pp. 747-784.

Seixas-Nunes, Jose Afonso (2019) The Legitimacy and Accountability for the Deployment of Autonomous Weapon Systems under International Humanitarian Law. PhD thesis, University of Essex.

Silva Didier, Vicente (2019) The potential impact of the right to housing addressing vertical inequalities in a neoliberal context. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Smith, Laura (2019) Collateral Consequences and the Failure of International Human Rights Law: How States are Legally allowed to Marginalize Those with Criminal Backgrounds. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Sofokleous, Despoina (2019) Transnational groups and tax avoidance: Is the relevant law in the U.K., USA and in the EU in need of reform? The cases of Google and Apple. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Song, Lijie (2019) The Enforcement of Promise not to Sue Clauses by Third Parties. The Journal of International Maritime Law, 25 (3). pp. 218-236.

Sophio, Benashvili (2019) Addressing the fragmentation of international and regional human rights standards on involuntary placement and non– consensual treatment and its implication for domestic implementation: the case of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the Draft Additional Protocol to the Oviedo Convention. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Stavrou, Margarita (2019) Are International Convention on Civil liability for Oil Pollution Damage (CLC) and International Convention on the Establishment of an international fund for compensation for oil pollution damage (FUND) adequate when it comes to protecting the maritime environment from oil pollution? Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Suarez Angel, Camila Andrea (2019) Analysis of the special sanctions of the system under international human rights and international criminal law and its application to the extrajudicial executions case. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Teame, Bruck (2019) Regime change, legal reform and compatibility with human rights obligations: An overview of the reform of the 2009 Ethiopian Anti-Terrorism Proclamation. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Teka, Helina Stiphanos (2019) The Regulation of Child Marriages in International Humanitarian Law. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Teka, Redeat Stiphanos (2019) Analysis on the application of Responsible Investment Schemes and Incentives based approaches to foreign investors: The case of Industrial Parks in Ethiopia. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Thomai, Dajana (2019) Death Penalty: what keeps it alive and why it should be abolished. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Torre De LeĂłn, Nayeli Alejandra (2019) Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Labour Rights: A Study of NAFTA and the New United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Turner, Stephen J and Shelton, Dinah L and Razzaque, Jona and McIntyre, Owen and May, James R (2019) Environmental Rights The Development of Standards. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Tursun, Ulviye Mujde (2019) State Responsibility and the Rescue of Migrants and Refugees at Sea. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Varela Baltier, Adriana Arely (2019) Socioeconomic empowerment through transformative reparations in transitional societies: a promise for women. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Vogiatzis, Nikos (2019) The independence of the European court of auditors. Common Market Law Review, 56 (3). pp. 667-701.

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Wieltschnig, Peter (2019) The Operationalisation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Military Targeting Practices During Armed Conflict. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Woods, Lorna and Perrin, William (2019) Online harm reduction – a statutory duty of care and regulator. Project Report. Carnegie UK Trust.

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Yamamoto Leija, Arisa Kiyomi (2019) The need for Mexico to reform its Corporate Governance system and incorporate employee representation in the supervisory board through a two-tier board system. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Yeung, Horace and Huang, Flora (2019) Shareholder Protection in China from a Numerical Comparative Law Perspective. Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, 7 (1). pp. 124-149. DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/cjcl/cxz001

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ZIAKA, ALEXANDRA (2019) Businesses’ corporate responsibility for a human rights-centred Artificial Intelligence. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Zaman, Wajihah (2019) From Murad Awaisa to Ahed Tamimi: The Experiences of Palestinian Children Under the Israeli Military Justice System in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

Zhang, Kailun (2019) To What Extent Transnational Corporations’ Tax Administration and Tax-Laws Are Legitimate and Authoritative in the Globalized World. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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Öcal, Zeynep (2019) Arbitration of mergers and acquisitions problem of consent in parallel proceedings and consolidation of parallel proceedings. Masters thesis, University of Essex.

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