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Special issue: Extraterritoriality of EU Law and Human Rights after Lisbon

Extraterritoriality of EU law and human rights after Lisbon: The case of trade and public procurement

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Europe and the World: A law review - Special issue

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This Europe and the World: A law review special Issue comprises selected papers presented at a two-day workshop on the theme of extraterritoriality, human rights and the European Union (EU) after the entry into force of the 2009 Treaty of Lisbon, held at the University of Sussex School of Law in July 2017. It provides a fresh insight into the extraterritorial effects produced by the rules and conduct of the EU by focusing on two broad areas of EU law: trade and public procurement. The papers included in this Special Issue address questions such as the human rights obligations of the EU in relation to its external action, the justiciability within the EU order of extraterritorial human rights violations, the extraterritorial conduct of the EU and the reach of its policies and laws from the perspectives of EU law and international (human rights) law. While it is certain - as shown by the papers included in this special Issue - that the extraterritorial reach of EU law and the extraterritorial conduct of the EU have important human rights effects and redistributive implications, identifying and understanding the exact contours of these effects and implications poses a significant challenge, which requires further research.

 


Guest Editors

Dr Vassilis Tzevelekos, Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Samantha Velluti, Sussex Law School, University of Sussex, UK

 


Article list

Editorial introduction: Extraterritoriality of EU Law and Human Rights after Lisbon

Samantha Velluti, Vassilis Tzevelekos

 

The extraterritorial human rights obligations of the EU in its external trade and investment policies

Antal Berkes

 

EU Extraterritorial Obligations with respect to Trade with Occupied Territories: Reflections after the Case of Front Polisario before EU courts

Cedric Ryngaert, Rutger Fransen

 

The Extra-territorial Effects of Human Rights and Social Clauses in EU-Free Trade Agreements: Expanding the Global Regulatory Reach of the EU?

Clair Gammage

 

Extraterritoriality and Public Procurement Regulation in the Context of global supply chains' governance

Maria Anna Corvaglia, Kevin Li

 

Territorial Extension and Case Law of the Court of Justice Good administration and access to justice in procurement as a case study

Albert Sanchez-Graells

 

Conclusion: Extraterritoriality of EU law and human rights after Lisbon: The case of trade and public procurement

Lorand Bartels

 


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