Saturday, February 23, 2019

Papanicolopulu: Gender and the Law of the Sea

Irini Papanicolopulu (Univ. of Milano-Bicocca - Law) has published Gender and the Law of the Sea (Brill | Nijhoff 2019). Contents include:
  • Irini Papanicolopulu, Introduction: Gender and the Law of the Sea – Oceans Apart?
  • Gabriele Goettsche-Wanli, Gender and the Law of the Sea: A Global Perspective
  • Gina V. Heathcote, Feminism and the Law of the Sea: A Preliminary Inquiry
  • Patricia Mallia & David Testa, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Gender and the Law of the Sea
  • Loveday Hodson, Mermaids and Utopias: The High Seas as Feminist Space?
  • Tullio Scovazzi, Some Doubts on the Gender Implications of the Law of the Sea
  • Liesbeth Lijnzaad, The UN Fish Stocks Agreement as a Metaphor, or the Law of the Sea as a Gendered Process
  • Maria Gavouneli, Protecting Women Fishers: The Gender Parameters of Labour Rights at Sea
  • Gabriela A. Oanta, Sustainable Development and Fisheries with Special Emphasis on Gender Equality
  • Alice Ollino, Feminism, Nature and the Post-Human: Toward a Critical Analysis of the International Law of the Sea Governing Marine Living Resources Management
  • Vasco Becker-Weinberg, Human Trafficking & iuuf: Legal and Gender Implications
  • Francesca Mussi, Migration at Sea: Some Gender-Related Remarks on the United Nations Protocols on Smuggling and Trafficking
  • Ioannis Stribis, The 2006 Maritime Labour Convention: A Cautious Step towards Gender Awareness?
  • Momoko Kitada, Advancing ‘Good Practices’ that Promote Gender Equality in the Maritime Sector
  • Vanessa Murphy, Women at War at Sea: How International Humanitarian Law Provides for the Protection of Female Members of the Armed Forces at Sea
  • Nilufer Oral, Climate Change, Oceans and Gender