Remedies against International Organisations (Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law) by Karel Wellens

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  • International humanitarian law,
  • International relations,
  • Law / International

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Seidl-Hohenveldern, I., ‘Access of International Organisations to the International Court of Justice’ in A. Muller, D. Raic and J. Thuransky (eds.), The International Court of Justice: Its Future Role After Fifty Years, The Hague, Boston and London: Kluwer Law International,pp.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: pt. General features of remedies against international organisations The accountability regime for international organisations Remedies against international organisations The different levels of accountability and the appropriateness of various remedies: scope ratione materiae.

General features of remedies against international organisations The accountability regime for international organisations Remedies against international organisations The different levels of accountability and the appropriateness of various remedies: scope ratione materiae Access to remedies.

Contents Acknowledgements pageix Listofabbreviations xi Introduction 1 Part I General features of remedies against international organisations 1. Vaios Koutroulis (Grèce) Part III Issues of Immunities of International Organizations and Remedies against International Organizations Chapter 11 IMMUNITIES AND THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO COURT— CONFLICT AND CONVERGENCE Tobias H.

Irmscher (Germany) Chapter 12 LA RENONCIATION DES ORGANISATIONS INTERNATIONALES À LEURS IMMUNITÉS Matthieu. international tribunals, and what remedies can be taken against an international organization. The chapters in this volume are the result of research conducted by outstanding junior academics who were participants in the Centre for Studies and Research in International.

Claims against international organizations are brought before national courts by those who allegedly suffer from their activities. These can be both natural and legal persons such as companies. National courts, in particular lower courts, have often been less willing to recognize the immunity of the organization concerned than the organization.

Virtually every important question of public policy today involves an international organization. From trade to intellectual property to health policy and beyond, governments interact with international organizations (IOs) in almost everything they do. Increasingly, individual citizens are directly affected by the work of IOs.

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Treaties and other types of agreements among countries set rules for international trade and finance, such as the GATT; foster cooperation on. Professor Shelton is the author of three prize-winning books, Protecting Human Rights in the Americas (co-authored with Thomas Buergenthal), Remedies in International Human Rights Law, and the three-volume Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity.

InProfessor Shelton was awarded the Goler Butcher Prize in Human cturer: OUP Oxford. The Draft Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations (“RIO”) provide that for an internationally wrongful act to occur, (i) the conduct must be attributable to the IO under international law, and (ii) constitute a breach of an international obligation of that IO.

Greg Fox will be blogging on the important question of attribution later this week. of international organizations. After the introduction, it includes two chapters, respectively headed “Invocation of the responsibility of an international organization” and “Countermeasures”.

Certain critics of the current draft articles have used as a mantra the refrain that the Commission is basically. Wellens, Remedies against International Organizations (cambridge University Press, ). the convention on International Liability for Damages caused by Space objects and the convention on the Law of the Sea are the principal examples.

to international organizations asking for their comments and for any relevant materials which they could provide to the Commission. For comments from Governments and international organizations, see.

Year-bookvol. II (Part One), document A/CN.4/; Yearbookvol. II (Part One), documents A/CN.4/ and A/CN.4/. Such arrangements may be made with international organizations and, where appropriate, with national organizations after consultation with the Member of the United Nations concerned.

Article This paper argues that the ILC’s indecision has left the DARIO with a fluctuating scope of application concerning various provisions such as the attribution of conduct, the breach of an international obligation, the obligation to make reparation, and countermeasures against an international organization.

2 See, e.g., the Advisory Opinions of the International Court of Justice on Constitution of the Maritime Safety Committee of the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization, ICJ Rep. (June 8); Certain Expenses of the United Nations (Arti paragraph 2 of the Charter), ICJ Rep.

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International organizations (IOs) and institu-tions (IIs) have become an increasingly common phenomenon of international life. The proliferation of IOs, the growth in treaty arrangements among states, and the deepen-ing of regional integration efforts in Europe and in other parts of the world all represent formal expressions of the extent to which.

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The Modern Historical Context s: 1. This rule is considered to be customary and applicable in both international and non-international armed conflicts. The drafting history of Article 3 HC IV shows that its objective is to provide victims of violations with the right to bring a claim directly against the responsible State (Kalshoven.

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Providing peace of mind with data backup and disaster recovery.The most important limitation relating to equitable remedies is that an equitable remedy will not lie against a bona fide purchaser for value without notice. Damages can also be awarded in "equity" as opposed to "at law", [12] and in some legal systems, by historical accident, interest on damages can be awarded on a compound basis only on.

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