On August 9, 2021 the international community will commemorate International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Yet, organizations such as the ILO, have noted inconsistent protections for Indigenous Peoples in places throughout Asia. South Asian Tribal People continue to face challenges relating to migration, forced displacement, and human rights violations. Further, the loss of identity and culture is becoming commonplace. COVID 19 has exacerbated many issues for Indigenous People in South Asia. In order to continue to raise awareness around tribal rights, The Common Good Foundation presents a series of lectures titled, “Examining the Rights of Peoples in South Asia.” The situations examined include Nepal, Kashmir, India, and Pakistan.Continue reading Examining the Rights of Peoples in South Asia
Pomme D’Or Hotel, St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands
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In partnership with The Jersey Law Commission, The Resolution Journal, the Jersey International Centre of Advanced Studies and sponsored by The World Peace through Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, Save Our Shoreline Jersey, Earth Protect Jersey. This program has been approved for 7.5 CPD credits by the Jersey Law Society.Continue reading 2021 Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference Program
The Common Good Foundation in partnership with the Jersey Law Commission and in collaboration with JICAS, is hosting the 2021 Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference on September 16- 17, 2021 in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom.Continue reading CFP: 2021 Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference
The Common Good Foundation has launched its report “Navigating Business and Human Rights in South Asia” which can be accessed below.
The report covers three thematic areas: children’s rights, indigenous peoples rights, and the environment. The report includes recommendations on how governments and businesses can align themselves with international principles on human rights.
To download the report please click here or you can read belowSouth-Asia-CSR-Report-2020
The 2020 Environmental Crimes Conference will take place in St. Helier, Jersey, UK on October 1 and 2, 2020 at St. Paul’s Centre.Continue reading 2020 Environmental Crimes Conference Program
The CGF in partnership with University of Stirling School of Law (UK) is hosting its 3rd Human Rights and Mass Atrocity Seminar September 17-18, 2020 at Stirling Court Hotel. The seminar is chaired by Dr. Damian Etone and Regina M. Paulose.
The seminar will cover topics such as genocide, cybercrimes, environmental crimes, and business and human rights. The 2018 program can found here (available for purchase) and the 2019 program can be found here.Continue reading 2020 Mass Atrocities and Human Rights Seminar
The Common Good Foundation in partnership with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, The Center for World Indigenous Studies, The Jersey Law Commission, and The Resolution Journal, is hosting the 2nd Environmental Crimes Conference on October 1st and 2nd 2020 in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, United Kingdom.Continue reading Call for Papers: 2020 Environmental Crimes Conference
The Common Good Foundation hosted a two day workshop on Economic, Cultural, and Social rights in Asia. Indigenous groups from different parts of Asia participated in the workshop held at Canterbury Christ Church University.Continue reading Economic, Cultural, Social Rights Workshop concludes
The following presentations (in alphabetical order) have been selected for the conference in St. Helier, Jersey, UK October 31 and November 1, 2019 which will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel in downtown St. Helier.Continue reading 2019 Environmental Crimes Law Conference Program
The Common Good Foundation in partnership with The Resolution Centre, Jersey Law Commission, and The Resolution Journal, is hosting an Environmental Crimes Law Conference October 31st and November 1st 2019 in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together diverse professionals from different disciplines to discuss emerging trends and responses to environmental crimes. The conference welcomes papers on topics such as (but not limited to):
- Wildlife crimes
- Environmental criminal laws, policies, or prosecutions
- The impact of environmental crimes on specific communities
- Environmental/Social movements which respond to or address an environmental crime
- Technological responses to environmental crime
All papers that are accepted will have an opportunity for publication in The Resolution Journal, an open access law journal.
The conference fee will be £150 per person. All expenses will be paid for by the attendee, there are no stipends offered for travel or other expenses. Further information for registration will be posted by September.
If you are interested in presenting, please submit the following to Regina Paulose: reginapaulose at gmail dot com:
- A brief bio
- Abstract – 300 words
The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, September 6, 2019. Notifications of acceptance will be delivered by early September.
A working rough draft of the accepted paper for the conference will be due by October 20, 2019.