Team of human rights law experts will report on the case law of UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies as part of Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL): International Human Rights Law Module.
Leading Cases in UN Human Rights Law research project team, Başak Çalı, Professor of International Law at the Hertie School and Co-Director of the Centre for Fundamental Rights, Alexandre Skander Galand and Aristi Volou, postdoctoral researchers at the Centre for Fundamental Rights assembled a team of twenty highly qualified human rights law experts to analyse and report on the decisions of UN Treaty Bodies as Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors of the Oxford Reports on International Law (ORIL): International Human Rights Law (IHRL) Module. The team will cover decisions delivered in individual and inter-state communications of the following UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies:
- Human Rights Committee
- Committee Against Torture
- Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women
- Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
- Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
- Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
- Committee on the Rights of the Child
- Committee on Enforced Disappearances
The team of human rights law reporters will write case law analysis of UN Treaty body decisions to be published by Oxford University Press ORIL database. The Centre for Fundamental Rights welcomes this collaborative project of its researchers with Katja Achermann, Tania Bañuelos Mejia, Pok Yin Stephenson Chow, Annalisa Ciampi, Giulia Ciliberto, Valeria Coscini, Irina Crivet, Andreas Dimopoulos, Betül Durmuş, Martin Faix; Katayoun Hosseinejad, Rhoda Asikia Karibi-Whyte, Diletta Marchesi, Amna Nazir, Nora Salem, Barbara Sonczyk, Taulant Troshani, Samuel White, Vera Wriedt and Stefanos Xenofontos.