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Apr. 2024

Two Years to Save the World from Climate Breakdown?

Gaya Sriskanthan and Tetet Lauron

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Mar. 2024

Is the Summit of the Future a “Hail Mary” for the United Nations?

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Nov. 2023

The Future of Climate Finance: Will COP28 Further the Onward March Towards Increased Debt and Dependence on Markets? 

Gaya Sriskanthan, Tetet Nera Lauron, Nadja Charaby

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Nov. 2023

The Debt and Climate Crises Intersected in Marrakesh

David Williams, Tetet Lauron and Nadja Charaby

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Sep. 2023

Want to Avoid Climate Disasters? Protect Environmental Defenders

David Williams

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Aug. 2023

The Declaration of Human Rights and the Need for a Universal Enriched by Every Particular

Esteban González Jiménez

A large group of people, mostly women and children, is facing the camera during a demonstration in Manila. Some are wearing red headbands and purple flags. A woman with long black hair is a bit higher than the rest and has her right fist up. In front of her, a woman with hijab holds a toddler in her arms.
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Aug. 2023

LOVE in Action: Empowering Women and Girls with Disabilities to Win Equality and Freedom

NOVEL

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July 2023

What Happened on Loss and Damage at the 2023 Bonn Climate Conference and Where We Are on the Road to COP28?

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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July 2023

The Ultimate Violation of Human Rights: The Nexus between Weapons of Mass Destruction and Humanitarian Concerns

Sharon Dolev

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June 2023

Fighting Inequality: The untapped Potential of Human Rights

Olivier De Schutter

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June 2023

The Bridgetown Initiative – Fit to Finance Climate Justice?

Gaya Sriskanthan, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

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May 2023

How a UN Resolution Could Help Hold Countries to Account on Climate Action

International Climate Justice Program

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May 2023

Overcoming the Least Developed Countries (LDC) Conundrum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Mar. 2023

We Know the Damage, but Who Will Foot the Bill?

David Williams

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Dec. 2022

Fighting for Our Rights: RLS and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung - New York

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Dec. 2022

A Tale of Two COPs

Gaya Sriskanthan, Katja Voigt, Nadja Charaby, Tetet Lauron, David Williams

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Nov. 2022

The Operationalisation of a Fit for Purpose Santiago Network for Loss and Damage: An African Perspective

The Loss and Damage Collaboration

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Oct. 2022

Only People Power Can Save the Climate

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Oct. 2022

The Loss and Damage Negotiations Under the UNFCCC

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

Looking Back on Bali

International Climate Justice Program

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Aug. 2022

On the Road to COP27: Stockholm +50 and the Intersessional Climate Talks

International Climate Justice Program

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Mar. 2022

RLS Engagement with Commission on the Status of Women 2022

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Aug. 2021

Hope, Hype and Blah: the 2021 High Level Political Forum

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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May 2021

How Much Is International Solidarity Worth? The Financing For Development Forum Unpacked

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Apr. 2021

Toward a More Feminist Commission on the Status of Women: Taking Stock of CSW65

Eleanor Blomstrom

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May 2020

Strengthening the WHO through Constructive Criticism

Eva Wuchold

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Apr. 2020

The UN at 75: Still a Diamond in the Rough?

Tetet Nera-Lauron

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Apr. 2018

Options for a UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights

Harris Gleckman