04.03.2019

Summer Term 2019: Seminar Transnational Supply Chains and Domestic Human Rights Litigation

The (English-language) seminar on “Transnational Supply Chains and Domestic Human Rights Litigation” deals with legal questions that arise when human rights abuses in transnational supply chains give rise to domestic law suits.

Das englischsprachige Seminar “Transnational Supply Chains and Domestic Human Rights Litigation” beschäftigt sich mit juristischen Fragen der gerichtlichen Geltendmachung von Menschenrechtsverletzungen in grenzüberschreitenden Lieferketten. Neben grundsätzlichen völkerrechtlichen, internationalverfahrensrechtlichen- und schadenersatzrechtlichen Fragen werden sich die LV-Teilnehmer/innen mit den laufenden Bemühungen des UN-Menschenrechtsrates, ein verbindliches Abkommen über Menschenrechte und Unternehmen auszuarbeiten.

The (English-language) seminar on “Transnational Supply Chains and Domestic Human Rights Litigation” deals with legal questions that arise when human rights abuses in transnational supply chains give rise to domestic law suits. Fundamental issues of public international law, procedural law and tort law will be looked at, as well as the on-going work of the UN Human Rights Council aiming at the elaboration of a legally binding instrument on human rights and business.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf unserer Instituts-Plattform. www.uni-salzburg.at/voer

Further information please find on our department homepage. www.uni-salzburg.at/voer

Mag. Simon Burger

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Universität Salzburg, Fachbereich Öffentliches Recht, Völker- und Europarecht

Churfürststraße 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 (0) 662 8044 3654

E-mail to Mag. Simon Burger

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