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Tyler Giannini & Bonnie Docherty, Confronting a Rising Tide: A Proposal For A Convention On Climate Change Refugees, 33 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 349 (2009).
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Environmental Law
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Water Law
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Natural Resources Law
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Climate Change
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Disaster Law
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Human Rights Law
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Treaties & International Agreements
Type: Article
Tyler Giannini, Katie Redford, Betsy Apple, Jed Greer & Marco Simons, Total Denial Continues: Earth Rights Abuses Along the Yadana and Yetagun Pipelines in Burma (EarthRights Int'l 2nd ed. 2003).
Categories:
Environmental Law
Sub-Categories:
Oil, Gas, & Mineral Law
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Natural Resources Law
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Toxic Torts
Type: Other
Jed Greer & Tyler Giannini, Earth Rights: Linking the Quests for Human Rights and Environmental Protection (EarthRights Int'l 1999).
Categories:
Environmental Law
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Human Rights Law
Type: Other
Tyler R. Giannini, Political Legitimacy and Private Governance of Human Rights: Community-Business Social Contracts and Constitutional Moments, in Human Rights, Democracy, and Legitimacy in a World of Disorder 209 (Silja Voeneky & Gerald L. Neuman eds., 2018).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
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Civil Practice & Procedure
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Constitutional Law
Sub-Categories:
Dispute Resolution
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Remedies
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Private Law
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International Law
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Human Rights Law
Type: Book
Tyler Giannini & Matthew Bugher, International Law and Inter-governmental Organisations, in Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar (Adam Simpson, Nicholas Farrelly & Ian Holliday eds., 2018).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
East Asian Legal Studies
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Human Rights Law
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International Law
Type: Book
Tyler Giannini, Challenges of Climate Change Displacement are Numerous, 17 Insights on L. & Soc’y 13 (2017).
Categories:
Environmental Law
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Climate Change
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Human Rights Law
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Refugee & Asylum Law
Type: Article
Abstract
The article discusses issues related to migration and international human rights such as several challenges associated with climate change displacement, ranging from the scale of the problem to questions of causation and responsibility to the need to produce frameworks that can address issues on acute, immediate impacts, such as hurricanes, and long-term, gradual effects, such as slow-onset desertification. It also discusses refugee protection and humanitarian efforts.
Tyler Giannini & Susan H. Farbstein, Online Kiobel Symposium: The Alien Tort Statute and the Importance of Historical Evidence, SCOTUS Blog (July 17, 2012, 7:14 PM).
Categories:
Civil Practice & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Torts
Type: Other
Susan H. Farbstein & Tyler Giannini, Liability for Harms, N.Y. Times, Feb. 28, 2012.
Categories:
Corporate Law & Securities
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Corporate Law
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Human Rights Law
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International Law
Type: News
Tyler Giannini & Susan H. Farbstein, Corporate Accountability in Conflict Zones: How Kiobel Undermines the Nuremberg Legacy and Modern Human Rights, 52 Harv. Int'l L.J. Online 119 (2010).
Categories:
Corporate Law & Securities
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Corporate Law
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Human Rights Law
Type: Article
Prosecuting Apartheid-Era Crimes?: a South African Dialogue on Justice (Tyler Giannini, Susan H. Farbstein, Samantha Bent & Miles Jackson eds., 2009).
Categories:
International, Foreign & Comparative Law
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Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Prosecution
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Human Rights Law
Type: Book
Abstract
In December 2005, South Africa's National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) promulgated a controversial policy on the prosecution of apartheid-era crimes, sparking renewed debate about such prosecutions and their role in the transition to democracy since 1994. The book presents a diverse collection of perspectives on prosecutions in South Africa, including a foreword by playwright and actor John Kani. Other reflections from former Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) commissioners, survivors of apartheid, civil society members, and government officials outline the serious questions facing South Africa as it deals with prosecutions today. The book traces the history of the prosecutions in South Africa including their relationship to the TRC and a recent legal challenge that asserts the NPA policy is an unconstitutional re-run of the TRC amnesty process. Throughout, the book highlights the important themes related to any post-conflict prosecution scheme including rule-of-law concerns, questions of evenhandedness and moral relativism, competing priorities and resource allocation, the limits of a court-centered approach to justice, and the potential transformative power of prosecutions.
Tyler Giannini, Destructive Engagement: A Decade of Foreign Investment in Burma (EarthRights Int'l 1999).
Categories:
Corporate Law & Securities
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International, Foreign & Comparative Law
Sub-Categories:
Human Rights Law
Type: Other