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Rule of law assistance is an essential tool that the United Nations relies upon to help maintain peace and security around the world. This film explains the work of UN Peacekeeping in this area, specifically that of Jud

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Event on the role of law in advancing sustainable urbanism, on the occasion of Urban Law Day Co-organized by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and the Fordham Urban Law Center

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International Humanitarian Law (IHL) applies to armed conflicts; International Human Rights law (IHRL) was made for peacetime, but also applies in times of armed conflict. This lesson explores the traditional differences and growing convergence between these two branches of international law. On most issues covered by both branches they lead to the same result, with one providing more details.

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Susan Karamanian - The Intersection of Public International Law and Private International Law

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Audiovisual Library of International Law

Pascal Lamy - The Relationship between WTO Law and General International Law

15 Jun 2008

Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the WTO, lectures on the main functions of the WTO and how it relates to the general system of international law. Director-General Lamy explains that while focusing on international trade, the WTO recognizes the importance of non-trade concerns. He also explains how the WTO works with other international organisations and the UN in addressing world problems, in particular those relating to trade and development issues.

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Judge Christopher Greenwood (ICJ) - The Relationship between International Law and Municipal Law

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Helen Durham - Relevance and Usefulness of International Humanitarian Law: The Laws of War Today

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Anthony D'Amato - The Sources of International Law (Part 2: Customary International Law)

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Lawyers working within their own national legal systems more and more frequently face law made elsewhere, through a great variety of international mechanisms. In this lecture I first give a sense of that law and second discuss some of the ways in which it becomes part of national law and is administered by national institutions.

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Lawyers working within their own national legal systems more and more frequently face law made elsewhere, through a great variety of international mechanisms. In this lecture I first give a sense of that law and second discuss some of the ways in which it becomes part of national law and is administered by national institutions.

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