A Case Against Covid-19 Vaccine Passports

With vaccination taking place across the world in some capacity, many countries and organisations, including WHO, have discussed the possibility of a “vaccine passport” or “risk-free certificate” that would enable individuals to travel or to return to work assuming that they are protected against re-infection. Such passports would mainly rely on the passport holder developing […]

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Webinar on “Most Favoured Nation Clauses in Bilateral Investment Treaties” (13th march)

Date & Time: March 13. 2021, 5 PM IST. Platform: Cisco Webex. Registration link : https://bit.ly/3qzGeMf The Webinar: Its Background In pursuance of the society’s aim to promote intellectual dialogue on important areas of international law, ILPS is pleased to organize its second webinar on the topic – “Most Favored Nations Clauses in Bilateral Investment Treaties” […]

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Energy Dual Pricing- Is It a Hidden Subsidy?

Introduction Recently, the term energy dual pricing has gained relevance when the panel in EU-Cost adjustment methodologies II (Russia) has given its ruling. In this case, Russia has challenged the European Union (‘EU’) adjustment methodologies of energy inputs whenever these costs are artificially lowered or affected by government intervention. The EU rejected the price of […]

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UNITED NATIONS INTER REGIONAL CRIME AND JUSTICE RESEARCH INSTITUTION

About the Institution: The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) was established in 1968 pursuant to Economic and Social Council Resolution 1086 B (XXXIX) of 1965, which urged an expansion of the United Nations activities in crime prevention and criminal justice. The Institute is a United Nations autonomous institution and is governed […]

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