Global Campus Open Knowledge Repository
Our Open Knowledge Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes all digital materials resulting from the rich and varied production of the Global Campus of Human Rights. It is an ever growing collection which aims to give visibility to our research outputs, educational content, and multimedia materials; sustain open access for knowledge transfer; and foster communication within and beyond academia.
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The defence of duress for international crimes and the expectation of heroism from ordinary citizens (2018)Raising the defence of duress for crimes against humanity and war crimes has always been contentious due to the tense relationship between law and morality. It poses serious philosophical, moral and legal challenges as it ...
Transitional Justice in Iraq : justice and reconciliation for the Yazidi minority in Northern Iraq for crimes committed by ISIS (2018)This is an interdisciplinary analysis of how transitional justice tools can contribute to deliver justice and ensure reconciliation for the Yazidi community in Iraq. They became victims of ISIS‘ most cruel strategies of ...
(2018)With the endorsement of the UN Framework and the associated Guiding Principles the business and human rights debate obtained a long lacking authoritative conceptual framework, clarifying the different but complementary ...
(2018)Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS), branded “killer robots”, are expected to revolutionise warfare and have been the subject of hotly debated international discussions. Officially, they do not exist yet, but already ...