Ben Batros

Strategy for Humanity

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“  Focused on accountability, legal strategies to support climate action and social change, and human rights. Currently developing new legal tools and arguments to address climate change.  ”

Scholarly Papers (5)

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The Evolution of the ICC Jurisprudence on Admissibility

THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND COMPLEMENTARITY: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE, C. Stahn, M. El Zeidy, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2010
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 24 Jan 2010 Last Revised: 28 Apr 2010
Ben Batros
Strategy for Humanity
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International Criminal Court, article 17, complementarity, admissibility

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Thinking Strategically About Climate Litigation

Number of pages: 12 Posted: 23 Apr 2020
Ben Batros and Tessa Khan
Strategy for Humanity and Climate Litigation Network
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climate change, strategic litigation, human rights litigation, climate litigation

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Climate Liability Suits as a Strategy for Change

Number of pages: 12 Posted: 21 Jun 2021
Ben Batros
Strategy for Humanity
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climate change, climate litigation, strategic litigation, fossil fuel, carbon majors

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Accountability for Torture Abroad and the Limits of the Act of State Doctrine

Journal of International Criminal Justice (2010) 8 (4): 1153-1174
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 29 Jan 2015
Ben Batros and Philippa Webb
Strategy for Humanity and King's College London – The Dickson Poon School of Law
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Habib, Acts of State, Torture, Habib v Commonwealth of Australia

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The Judgment on the Katanga Admissibility Appeal: Judicial Restraint at the ICC

Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2010
Posted: 24 Jan 2010
Ben Batros
Strategy for Humanity

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International Criminal Court, admissibility, judicial restraint, complementarity, positive complementarity, sovereignty