Dr Elena Pribytkova questions global obligations to assist in the context of socio-economic rights.
This lecture will justify global obligations to assist as human rights obligations, and suggests how contemporary institutions and practices of assistance, which are insufficient, inefficient, and often violate the human rights of recipients of assistance, might be improved.
About the speaker
Dr Elena Pribytkova is a Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow at European University Institute, a Research Fellow at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a Habilitation candidate at University of Basel.
About the chair
Professor Veerle Heyvaert is a Professor at the LSE Law Department and founding Editor-in-Chief of Transnational Environmental Law.
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The LSE Law Department (@LSELaw) is one of the world’s best law schools. The department ranked first for research outputs in the UK's most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) and was in the top 5 law departments overall in the 2018 Complete University Guide. Our staff play a major role in helping to shape policy debates, and in the education of current and future lawyers and legal scholars from around the world.
Situated at LSE Human Rights and directed by Dr Margot Salomon, the Laboratory for Advanced Research on the Global Economy probes the challenges posed by the complexities of the global economy and their implications for human well-being. The Lab has been set up to create a dynamic space for research, from the conceptual to the practical and across disciplines, on the myriad places where human rights, fairness and justice intersect with economic globalisation.
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