sábado, 11 de enero de 2014


The United Nations  High Level Panel on the post-2015 Development Agenda has issued a Report where they propose a global agenda to eradicate poverty in the world by 2030. The Panel was established by UN Secretary General. This group of 27 eminent people from all around the Globe has advised the UN Secretary General on ways to end poverty and achieve sustainable development. 

You can contribute to the definition of the post-2105 Development Agenda by participating in the Online Survey available here, where all of us are required to pick six of the sixteen possible issues that in our view would be decisive for global and sustainable development in the years to come. It's our turn!!

miércoles, 8 de enero de 2014

Is UN Women Useful for Advancing Gender Equality?

I highly recommend this article of Professors Chinkin and Charlesworth where they engage in a discussion on the value of UN Women as a tool for advancing Gender Equality. As they sustain in their article, the creation of institutional structures is not enough unless it is accompanied by a development of the normative framework. The cause of women needs more than institutional coherence and far more can be done within the framework of the United Nations in the fields of equality, development and peace.

The Creation of UN Women

Hilary Charlesworth 

Australian National University - ANU College of Law; Australian National University (ANU) - Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet)

Christine Chinkin 

London School of Economics - Law Department

June 3, 2013

Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, Forthcoming 
RegNet Research Paper No. 2013/7 

You can download the article here

lunes, 6 de enero de 2014

NEW ARTICLE: European Court of Human Rights And Religion

First of all, Happy New Year to everyone!

Here it comes my new article on the European Court of Human Rights and its approach to Islam.

Alicia Cebada, "The European Court of Human Rights and Religion:  Between Christian Neutrality and the Fear of Islam", in: (2013) 11(1) New Zealand Journal of Public International Law.

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