Human Rights & International Obligations

Year   Title   Author(s)   Source  
2017 The Accountability of Armed Groups under Human Rights Law K.M.A. Fortin External link to source »
Oxford: OUP 2017.
2016 Humanitarian Relief Operations as Countermeasures: Overcoming the Withholding of Consent C.M.J. Ryngaert External link to source »
EJIL:Talk! 2016
2016 Judicial Decisions on the Law of International Organizations C.M.J. Ryngaert, I.F. Dekker, R.A. Wessel, J. Wouters OUP: Oxford 2016, 480 pp.
2016 Corporate Obligations under International Law C.M.J. Ryngaert & M. Karavias The Journal of World Investment & Trade 2016, p. 319-324.
2016 Repression of Violations of International Humanitarian Law C.M.J. Ryngaert External link to source »
in: J. Wouters, P. de Man & N. Verlinden (red.), Armed Conflicts and the Law, Antwerp: Intersentia 2016, p. 485-512.
2016 Positive obligations to take preventive measures: does Dutch civil liability law fulfil? E.C. Gijselaar NTM/NJCM-bull 2016/11.
2016 The Application of Human Rights Law to Everyday Civilian Life Under Rebel Control K.M.A. Fortin External link to source »
Netherlands International Law Review 2016, p. 1-21.
2016 Overheidsfalen en het EVRM bij ernstige bedreigingen voor de fysieke veiligheid (Governmental failure and the ECHR in case of serious threats to physical safety) E.C. Gijselaar & E.R. de Jong Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Burgerlijk Recht 2016/6, afl. 2, pp. 36-45.
2015 Humanitair ingrijpen zonder humanitaire interventie: een antwoord aan Kenneth Manusama (Humanitarian interference without humanitarian intervention) C.M.J. Ryngaert Ars Aequi, 2015, p. 470-473.
2015 Can the armed opposition group and the multinational corporation be held liable in international law? C.M.J. Ryngaert, N. Gal-Or & M. Noortmann In: C.M.J. Ryngaert, N. Gal-Or & M. Noortmann, Responsibilities of the Non-State Actor in Armed Conflict and the Market Place: Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Findings, The Hague: Brill, 2015, 381 p.
2015 Responsibilities of the Non-State Actor in Armed Conflict and the Market Place: Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Findings N. Gal-Or, C.M.J. Ryngaert & M. Noortmann (ed.) The Hague: Brill, 2015, 381 p.
2015 State Responsibility and Non-State Actors C.M.J. Ryngaert In: C.M.J. Ryngaert, M. Noortmann & A. Reinisch (ed.), Non-State Actors in International Law, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015, p. 163-182.
2015 Non-State Actors in International Law C.M.J. Ryngaert, M. Noortmann & A. Reinisch (ed.) Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015, 406 p.
2015 Unilateral Jurisdiction and Global Values C.M.J. Ryngaert The Hague: Eleven Publishers, 2015, 146 p.
2015 Srebrenica continued. Dutch district court holds the Netherlands liable for cooperating with Bosnian Serbs C.M.J. Ryngaert Netherlands international law review, 2015, 61(3), p. 365-454.
2015 Sharing Responsibility Between Non-State Actors and States in International Law J. d'Aspremont, A. Nollkaemper, I. Plakokefalos & C.M.J. Ryngaert Netherlands international law review, 2015, 1, p. 1-18.
2015 Law, Justice and a Potential Security Gap: The ‘Organization’ Requirement in International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law R. Bartels & K. Fortin External link to source »
Journal of Conflict & Security Law 2015, p. 1-20.
2015 Freedom of Expression and ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Cases in the Netherlands After Google Spain S. Kulk & F. Zuiderveen Borgesius European Data Protection Law Review 2015/2, pp. 113-124
2015 Reflections on Jaloud v. the Netherlands – Jurisdictional Consequences and Resonance in Dutch Society F.A. Haijer & C.M.J. Ryngaert Journal of International Peacekeeping, 19, pp. 174–189
2015 Lessons Learned from the Srebrenica Massacre: From UN Peacekeeping Reform to Legal Responsibility C. Ryngaert & N. Schrijver 62 Netherlands International Law Review 2015/2, pp. 219-227.
2015 De implicaties van het Google Spain-arrest voor de vrijheid van meningsuiting (The Implications of the ‘Google Spain’ case for the Freedom of Speech) S. Kulk & F. Zuiderveen Borgesius NTM/NJCM-Bulletin 2015-1, p. 3
2013 Human Security and International Law: the Challenge of Non-State Actors C. Ryngaert & M. Noortmann (eds.) Antwerpen: Intersentia, xii + 204 pp
2013 Het EVRM en de Aansprakelijkheid van Private Partijen (the ECHR and the liability of private parties) C.C. van Dam in: A. Dijkstra, B.F. Keulen & G. Knigge (red.), Het Roer Recht. Liber Amicorum Wim Vellinga en Feikje Vellinga-Schootstra, Zutphen: Uitgeverij Paris, 2013, pp. 67-79
2013 Het Ex-Monti II-Voorstel: ‘Paard van Troje’ of Zege voor Sociale Grondrechten? (the Ex-Monti II proposition) S.A. de Vries External link to source »
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Europees Recht, 2013/4, pp. 123-134
2013 Accountability of International Organizations for Human Rights Violations: the Cases of the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the “UN Terrorism Blacklists” C. Ryngaert in: M. Fitzmaurice & P. Merkouris (Eds.), The Interpretation and Application of the European Convention on Human Rights, Leiden, Boston: Brill, pp. 73-91
2013 Editorial – EU and ECHR: Conflict or Harmony? S.A. de Vries External link to source »
Utrecht Law Review 9, 2013, 1 pp. 78-79
2013 The Protection of Fundamental Rights within Europe’s Internal Market after Lisbon – An Endeavour for More Harmony S.A. de Vries in: S.A. de Vries, U. Bernitz & S. Weatherill (Edx.), Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 59-94
2013 Balancing Fundamental Rights with Economic Freedoms According to the European Court of Justice S.A. de Vries External link to source »
Utrecht Law Review 9, 2013, 1, pp.169-192
2013 The Protection of Fundamental Rights in the EU After Lisbon S.A. de Vries, U. Bernitz & S. Weatherill (Eds.) Oxford: Hart Publishing, 218 pp.
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