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Holding States to account – the practical impact of the International Law Commission’s articles

2nd June 2011

What this event is about

Ten years on from the adoption the International Law Commission's Articles on State Responsibility, this seminar will examine their application in international and national litigation, and their impact beyond the State in areas such as international criminal law, environmental law, human rights and the responsibility of international organizations.

This event will be followed by a drinks reception.

Full programme is available here.

This event is kindly sponsored by:

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