Wednesday, February 24, 2021

New Volume: Yearbook of International Disaster Law

The latest volume of the Yearbook of International Disaster Law (Vol. 2, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Thematic Section: ‘Disasters and …: Exploring New Areas of Research’
    • Giovanna Adinolfi, Strengthening Resilience to Disasters through International Trade Law: the Role of WTO Agreements on Trade in Goods
    • Giulio Bartolini, Global Animal Law and Disasters
    • Upendra Baxi, Disasters, Catastrophes and Oblivion: a TWAIL Perspective
    • Daniel A. Farber, The Intersection of International Disaster Law and Climate Change Law
    • Harald Koch, Disasters and Private International Law: Reasserting Legal Governance beyond the Nation State
    • Gabrielle Simm, Disasters and Gender: Sexing International Disaster Law
    • Jonathan Todres, Children and Disasters: the Essential Role of Children’s Rights Law
    • Simon Whitbourn, ‘I Must Go Down to the Seas Again’: the Evolution of International Maritime Disaster Law and Its Lessons for the Development of a General Disaster Law Framework
    • Flavia Zorzi Giustiniani, Protecting World Cultural and Natural Heritage against Climate Change and Disasters: an Assessment of the Effectiveness of the World Heritage Convention System
  • General Section
    • Gian Luca Burci & Mark Eccleston-Turner, Preparing for the Next Pandemic: the International Health Regulations and World Health Organization during COVID-19
    • Sandrine Maljean-Dubois, Was the Global Pact for the Environment a Good Idea?
    • Natalie Baird, Disasters, Human Rights and Vulnerability: Reflections from the Experiences of Older Persons in Post-Quake Canterbury
    • Miki Ishimori, Rights-based Approach to Nuclear Damage Compensation: Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Revisited