Open Lecture: International and European Law at the Brussels School of Governance | 31 March


Join the Programme Directors of our


Bachelor Programmes


in topic discussions of particular relevance to students interested in enrolling in our


unique, globally focused and practice-oriented BA programmes.



You will also learn more about the Brussels School of Governance, our unique approach to career-focused learning, entry requirements and scholarship opportunities.


"Climate change litigation before international human rights courts: possibilities and constraints" - Prof. Kristin Henrard

BA in International and European Law

31 March, 18h00 - 19h00 CET | 17h00 - 18h00 BST


This mini-lecture zooms in on how the increasing case law on climate change before international human rights courts clarifies state obligations in this respect and gives them more bite. This topic also allows us to discuss the de facto importance of international courts and their judgements in the development of international law, the possibilities and the inherent constraints thereof.


You will get exclusive insights into this topic by Prof. Kristin Henrard, Program Director of the BA in International and European Law at the Brussels School of Governance. She will also explain why this topic is of particular relevance to students interested in studying this unique, globally focused and practice-oriented BA programme.



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