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Normandy Chair for Peace Collection


Normandy Peace Chair Collection

The aim of this collection is to promote the work carried out by the Normandy Chair for Peace, which conducts research on the rights of future generations and peace with the Earth. Resolutely open to the international scene and committed to multidisciplinarity, the Normandy Chair for Peace will publish here the works it has coordinated in fields as varied as :

  • Process of change in fundamental rights and legal systems
  • Good Stories
  • Climate justice and international jurisdictions
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and the Renewal of the Law through the Lens of Indigenous Knowledge
  • Education for the rights and duties of future generations
  • Environmental ethics for lawyers
  • Bioethics/Biological rights
  • Transitional justice and environmental peace building
  • Legal indicators of the SDGs
  • Economics and law of conservation, protection and restoration of nature
  • Representation and Defence of future generations

This collection aspires to be coherent in order to weave together the various transformations currently underway in international, regional and national legal systems in order to establish a sustainable protection of the environment, environmental rights and the future. The collection also explores the protection of the future human condition as well as the bio-ethical issues that constantly renew the legitimate fields of law.

Drawing from the immemorial wisdom of Humanity, this collection intends to promote all types of works illustrating the civilization imperative according to which: “We will have peace on Earth when we live in Peace with the Earth”.

Directors of the Normandy Chair For Peace Collection

Antony Oposa, Head of the Normandy Chair for Peace (2019-2023),
Public interest environmental lawyer (Philippines)

Nicholas Robinson, President Emeritus of the Normandy Chair for Peace, Professor of Environmental Law at Pace University, Co-Director of the Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies (USA)

Emilie Gaillard, General Coordinator of the Normandy Chair for Peace, HDR Lecturer in private law at Sciences Po Rennes (France)

David Forman, director of the environmental law program, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, U.S.A.

Normandy Peace Chair Collection

The aim of this collection is to promote the work carried out by the Normandy Chair for Peace, which conducts research on the rights of future generations and peace with the Earth. Resolutely open to the international scene and committed to multidisciplinarity, the Normandy Chair for Peace will publish here the works it has coordinated in fields as varied as :

  • Process of change in fundamental rights and legal systems
  • Good Stories
  • Climate justice and international jurisdictions
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and the Renewal of the Law through the Lens of Indigenous Knowledge
  • Education for the rights and duties of future generations
  • Environmental ethics for lawyers
  • Bioethics/Biological rights
  • Transitional justice and environmental peace building
  • Legal indicators of the SDGs
  • Economics and law of conservation, protection and restoration of nature
  • Representation and Defence of future generations

This collection aspires to be coherent in order to weave together the various transformations currently underway in international, regional and national legal systems in order to establish a sustainable protection of the environment, environmental rights and the future. The collection also explores the protection of the future human condition as well as the bio-ethical issues that constantly renew the legitimate fields of law.

Drawing from the immemorial wisdom of Humanity, this collection intends to promote all types of works illustrating the civilization imperative according to which: “We will have peace on Earth when we live in Peace with the Earth”.

Directors of the Normandy Chair For Peace Collection

Antony Oposa, Head of the Normandy Chair for Peace (2019-2023),
Public interest environmental lawyer (Philippines)

Nicholas Robinson, President Emeritus of the Normandy Chair for Peace, Professor of Environmental Law at Pace University, Co-Director of the Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies (USA)

Emilie Gaillard, General Coordinator of the Normandy Chair for Peace, HDR Lecturer in private law at Sciences Po Rennes (France)

David Forman, director of the environmental law program, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, U.S.A.

Our publications

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Plea for the extension of legal personality with reference to the African perspective
News
The article by Christophe Bouriau and Serge-Marie Mbonda is entitled: "Plaidoyer pour l'extension de la personnalité juridique, en réfé...
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One planet, one health: advocating for a convention on pandemics
CNRS & MRSH
In December 2021, an intergovernmental negotiating group was set up within the World Health Organization to draft and negotiate a convention ...
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Crossed views on transhumanism
Bioethics / Bio-rights
Edited by Amandine Cayol (Volume Editor) Emilie Gaillard (Volume Editor). This book is about the ubiquitous in the media, the ...
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Measuring the effectiveness of environmental law - Legal indicators for sustainable development
Legal Indicators
Under the direction of Michel Prieur, Christophe Bastin and with the collaboration of Mohamed Ali Mekouar This book presents a ...
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Launch of the first book in the Normandy Chair of Excellence for Peace series
Representation and Defence of Future Generations
In the presence of some of the authors who participated in its writing and Emilie Gaillard. Drawing on the landmark 1993 ...
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