The debate on and arguments against nuclear wea pons have been reframed with the introduction of the concepts of humanitarian and environmental consequences of nuclear weapons. The TPNW as well as recent rulings like the Human Rights Committee General Comment No 36 on the right to life enlarged
the legal tools in the struggle against nuclear weapons and in giving justice to the victims
of the nuclear complex.
This webinar will reflect on the legal framework legal arguments, rights and remedies linking existing experience with future options.
Thus, the webinar aims at highlighting new paths to protect nuclear victims and the environment. Emilie Gaillard, NCP general coordinator will participate on the 2nd Session :
Framework of Environmental Remediation Emilie Gaillard, lecturer in private law, director of the master degree GENFUT (Future Generations and Legal Transitions) at SciencesPo Rennes, general coordinator of the Normandy Chair for Peace, board member of IALANA, France