International humanitarian law and cyber warfare: Old laws vs. new phenomena

International humanitarian law and cyber warfare: Old laws vs. new phenomena

By Jordan Hawthorne War. A term which traditionally conjures images of uniformed armies, guns, bombs, and other forms of conventional military warfare. Ye...

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GRC takes part in conference on international criminal justice hosted by the General Council of the Judiciary of Spain in Madrid

GRC takes part in conference on international criminal justice hosted by the General Council of the Judiciary of Spain in Madrid

Last Friday, 29 September, GRC’s Senior Legal Consultant Iain Edwards spoke at a conference, ‘Building today the international criminal justice of the 22nd century’ hosted by the General Council of th...

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GRC's Catriona Murdoch and Wayne Jordash QC Author Op-Ed in Al Jazeera

GRC's Catriona Murdoch and Wayne Jordash QC Author Op-Ed in Al Jazeera

Will seven million starving Yemenis ever find justice? This op-ed was originally

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Fourth Time’s a Charm: Arrest Warrant against Libyan Commander

Fourth Time’s a Charm: Arrest Warrant against Libyan Commander

By Uzay Yasar Aysev and Mia Skrtic  On 15 August 2017, the Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court ('ICC') issued...

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The Right to Employment for the Stateless?: Labour Laws and the Rohingya People

The Right to Employment for the Stateless?: Labour Laws and the Rohingya People

By Natasha Naidu On 25 August 2017, an insurgency attack in the Rakhine state of Myanmar resulted in a major crackdown by the Myanmar army and increased persecution of...

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The Modern Slavery (Transparency in Supply Chains) Bill 2017

The Modern Slavery (Transparency in Supply Chains) Bill 2017

By Ana Beatriz Brito In July 2017, the Modern Slavery (Transparency in Supply Chains) Bill 2017 underwent its first reading in the House of Lords and is now awaiting its second read...

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Advocacy Training for GRC Interns and Pro Bono Legal Consultants Continues

Advocacy Training for GRC Interns and Pro Bono Legal Consultants Continues

GRC’s Managing Partner Wayne Jordash QC and Senior Legal Consultants Iain Edwards, Joe Holmes and Catriona Murdoch led their regular advocacy training today, focusing on examination-in-chief.

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Forced labour camps in Donbas

Forced labour camps in Donbas

Since 2015, pro-Russian separatists have set up multiple forced labour camps in the occupied Donbas in Eastern Ukraine. There are now approximately 10...

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The French Duty of Vigilance Law: a step towards improving corporate respect for human rights and the environment

The French Duty of Vigilance Law: a step towards improving corporate respect for human rights and the environment

By Astrid Ponsolle On 21 February 2017 after four years of debate, the French National Assembly adopted a much-awaited

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Global Rights Compliance joins United Nations Global Compact

Global Rights Compliance joins United Nations Global Compact

Global Rights Compliance is a proud signatory of the United Nations Global Compact (UN Global Compact) – a call for companies everywhere to align their operations and str...

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