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Units : Perelman Center for legal philosophy | ULB055
The purpose of this research program is to study the globalization process of human rights. More precisely, the research aims to evaluate the stakes and identify the conditions, as well as to consider the very hypothesis, of the emergence of global human rights law. There are three sections to this research program, and they correspond to the three main challenges in human rights law with regard to globalization: opposability, justiciability, and universality. In each section, the research will start by identifying the limits of international human rights law in the context of globalization, and will focus next on the solutions that a global human rights law could offer to fill in the gaps. However, the research program does not plan to speculate de lege ferenda on the creation of a global human rights law. Instead, it aims to explore concrete and practical solutions and mechanisms that can be found in positive law and that could confirm the emergence of a global human rights law.
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