Partnership with Hélène Ruiz Fabri.
Professor, Director and Scientific member at the Max Planck Institute (Luxembourg).
The objective is to reconsider contemporary International Law in its modern shift towards Human Rights, particularly since the post Cold-War Globalization. The creators of the project have been trying to restrucutre contemporary International Law around a legal Critical Humanism and diversity, which makes the human being the ultimate beneficiary of International Law, being aware of the possible drifts or banches to which International Law, even humanistic, can lead. This supposes to call into question certain large fields of International Law or certain attitudes of internationalist doctrine which led, and which perhaps still leads, to justify situations of oppression and discrimination but also of emancipation.
The program gives rise to the organisation of workshops, of which the proceedings are published by the Société de Législation Comparée (Editor) in the series of the UMR de droit comparé of Paris 1 University.
International Law and Imperialism in Europe and in the United States
(Workshop, November 2007. Publication Paris, SLC, 2007)
Women and International Law – 2011
(SFDI Symposium organised by the IREDIES and the UMR de droit comparé de Paris (Paris 1 University Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Doctrines internationalists during real Communism in Europe – 2012
(in partnership with the University of Bucarest an Professor Iulia Motoc) (to be published at SLC)
International Law and Feminism – 2012
(In partnership with Professors Hilary Charlesworth (National Australian University), Christin Chinkin (London School of Economics), Karen Knop (University of Toronto) et Anne Orford (University of Melbourne)