Tackling the Human Rights Implications of the Disposal of Toxic Wastes
Date of Event
February 17, 2016
"Tackling the Human Rights Implications of the Disposal of Toxic Wastes"
Case Western Reserve University School of Law Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
Baskut Tuncak Special Rapporteur on Toxic Waste and Human Rights United Nations
The lecture addresses specific legal and human rights issues related to vulnerable populations, including children, women and workers, who are particularly susceptible to the adverse effects of hazardous substances and wastes. The lecture is be beneficial for governmental attorneys, legislators, policy makers, litigators, corporate attorneys, and labor lawyers.
Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
toxic wastes; international law; toxic wastes and international law; children and toxic wastes; rights of the child; children--international law; Basil Convention (toxic waste disposal)
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Tuunkat, Baskut, "Tackling the Human Rights Implications of the Disposal of Toxic Wastes" (2016). Conferences and Symposia. 553.