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The European Union, Emerging Global Business and Human Rights
Cambridge University Press | 2023

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I N     P R O G R E S S

 

Remedying Violence: Corporate Bodies vs. Women's Bodies

(working paper)

 

The U.N. CESCR Takes on the Right to Take Part in Sports  

(working paper)

 

 

 

 

 

P U B L I C A T I O N S    U N D E R      R E V I E W 

 

The Fifth Fundamental Labour Right in EU FTAs

(invited to review and resubmit, Industrial Law Journal (OUP))

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The Right to Access to Sport for All 

(invited to review and resubmit, Health and Human Rights Journal (Harvard))

 

J O U R N A L   A R T I C L E S

Please Give me a Remedy: Women Human Rights Defenders Mobilise for Safety and Health at Work

Journal of Human Rights Practice (OUP) Vol. 16 | 2024

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Gender-transformative Remedies for Women Human Rights Defenders

Business and Human Rights Journal (CUP) Vol. 8, No. 3 | 2023

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The European Union Should Not Ignore the Female Face of Forced Labour

Oslo Law Review (University of Oslo) Vol. 10, No. 1 | 2023

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State Prevention Targeting Persons Attracted to Minors in Europe

St Andrews Law Journal (University of St Andrews) Vol. 3, No. 1 | 2023

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Not That Assertive: The EU's Take on Enforcement of Labour Obligations in its Free Trade Agreement with South Korea

European Journal of International Law (OUP) Vol. 33, No. 2 | 2022
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Case Study Research in Kenya and South Korea: Reflexivity and Ethical Dilemmas

European University Institute Department of Law Research Paper Nr 2022/07 | 2022
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Stag Hunt: Anti-Corruption Disclosures Concerning Natural Resources

Chicago Journal of International Law (University of Chicago) Vol. 1, No. 1 | 2021
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Kenyan Vulnerable Workers' Access to Justice: a Case Study
Labour & Law Issues (University of Bologna) Vol. 7, No. 2 | 2021
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Trade with the EU, Variable Geometry and Human Rights in the EAC
Milan Law Review (University of Milan) Vol. 2, No. 2 | 2021
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Import Bans on Products from Forced Labor in the Trump Era

University of Bologna Law Review Vol. 6, No. 2 | 2021
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Beyond the Western 'Business and Human Rights' Tunnel Vision
European Review of Public Law (EPLO) Vol. 32 No. 4 | 2020
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The European Union as a Manager of Global 'Business and Human Rights' Regulation: Country-by-Country Reporting Rules
UCL Journal of Law & Jurisprudence (University College London) Vol. 8, No. 2 | 2019
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Better Together: a Complementary Approach to Civil Judicial Remedies in Business and Human Rights
Penn State Law Review Penn Statim (Penn State University) Vol. 122, No. 48 | 2018
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Can WTO Member States Rely on Citizen Concerns to Prevent Corporations from Importing Goods Made from Child Labour?
Utrecht Law Review (Utrecht University) Vol. 14, No. 2 | 2018
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A Right to Access to Emergency Health Care: The European Court of Human Rights Pushes the Envelope
Medical Law Review (OUP) Vol. 26, No. 4 | 2017
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C H A P T E R S

 

Female Conflict Resolvers 

(in 'In-corpore: What the law does to our bodies' by Joëlle Vuille et al (eds)) |  forthcoming

 

De Juridisering van Politieke Conflicten (with Lize Glas and Armin Cuyvers)

(in 'Conflictoplossende Instituties' by Miranda Boone et al (eds) |  forthcoming

 

A N A L Y S E S 

 

The CESCR Committee Champions the Right to Access Sports

RightsViews (Columbia University) | 2024

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When Corporations Disrespect Women's Human Rights: Access to Good Quality Remediation
Human Rights Here (Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research) | 2023

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The European Commission Ignores the Decisions of an EU Court But We Don't Have To

Institutionsforconflictresolution.net (Leiden University, Utrecht University, Radboud University) | 2023

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Are Countries Permitted to Regulate Corporate Human Rights Violations Abroad?
Michigan Journal of International Law Online (University of Michigan) | 2022

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Passing the Baton? Business and Human Rights Regulation in the US and the EU
Columbia Journal of European Law Preliminary Reference (Columbia University) | 2022

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New Socio-Legal Book on Business and Human Rights
SLSA Blog (Socio-Legal Studies Association) | 2022

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New Kids on the Block in 'Business and Human Rights'
FifteenEightyFour (CUP) | 2022
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After Jesner: the French Judiciary Takes Over
Yale Journal on Regulation Notice & Comment (Yale University) | 2022
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Meet the Book Author: The European Union, Emerging Global Business and Human Rights
Journal of Law and Society Conversations | 2022
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Nuclear Threats Prevent South Korea from Ratifying the Abolition of Forced Labour Convention
Oxford Human Rights Hub (University of Oxford) | 2022
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Thought Experiments
Leiden Law Methods Portal (Leiden University) | 2022
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Reflexivity (with Hoko Horii and Santy Kouwagam)
Leiden Law Methods Portal (Leiden University) | 2021

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And So It Begins - 'Trade and Sustainable Development' Recommendations by a Panel of Experts under a European Union Free Trade Agreement

International Labor Rights Case Law Journal (Brill) Vol. 7 | 2021
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Kinderarbeid: Wat Zegt de Commissie-von der Leyen (Nog) Niet?
EU Explainer (University of Amsterdam) | 2020

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The Netherlands Steps Up Efforts to Eliminate Child Labor
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law Bulletin (Columbia University) | 2020

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Business and Human Rights: Remediation through a Gender Lens
In the Long Run (University of Cambridge
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Where is the Flower Power these Days? The EAC-EU Economic Partnership Agreement
Afronomicslaw (TWAIL) | 2020

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Case Study Research (with Carolien Jacobs)
Leiden Law Methods Portal (Leiden University) | 2020
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Research Ethics, Power and Vulnerability (with Bruno Braak)
Leiden Law Methods Portal (Leiden University) | 2020
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SNU's winter course Human Rights and Asia: a time of many firsts
Useoul.edu (Seoul National University) | 2018

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A Piece of Work: H&M's Reaction to Child Labour in Myanmar
International Law Journal of London (University of London) | 2017

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The Discussion Day on the UNESCR's: The Draft General Comment on Business and Human Rights
International Affairs Review (George Washington University) | 2017

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The Right to Water: Privatization and Participation
Clarion The IHRC Journal of Human Rights (American Bar Association) | 2017

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Business and Human Rights in the EU: No Transparency without Competitiveness
Future of Europe Observer (Bonn University) | 2017

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Five key lessons from the 2nd Socio-Legal Masterclass (with Titilayo Adebola)
SLSA Blog (Socio-Legal Studies Association) | 2017

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A Place for an Unexpected Guest at the Table of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights
RightsViews (Columbia University) | 2016

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Sweating in the Park or in the Factory Beyonce's New Sportswear Company and Respect for Human Rights
Oxford Human Rights Hub (University of Oxford) | 2016

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P I C T U R E S 

The Unfolding Trials of Samsung's Leader
In the Long Run (University of Cambridge) | 2021

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Meer dan tweehonderd Samsung-arbeiders ziek of dood door blootstelling aan toxische chemicaliën Wie klacht verliest haar job (Longread on labour rights in the South-Korean electronics industry ‘The Worker Who Complains Loses Her Job’)

Eos magazine | 2021

In Kenia Is De Ene Rozenplantage De Andere Niet (Longread on labour rights in the Kenyan floriculture industry – ‘Complaining Means being fired’')
Knack | 2020

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Welsh Town Port Talbot Steels itself for Globalisation
Yale Journal of International Affairs (Yale University) | 2017

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How the Nepalese Constitution Fueled an Oil Crisis
Columbia Journal of International Affairs (Columbia University) | 2016
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