Biolaw and international criminal law : towards interdisciplinary synergies
- Full Title:
- Biolaw and international criminal law : towards interdisciplinary synergies
- Other Author:
- Fournet, Caroline.
- Statement of Responsibility:
- edited by Caroline Fournet and Anja Matwijkiw
- Studies in International Criminal Law
- Series Volume:
- xviii, 393 p.
- "The originality of this volume lies in the interdisciplinary synergies that emerge through the issues it explores and the approaches it adopts. It offers legal...
Summary:"The originality of this volume lies in the interdisciplinary synergies that emerge through the issues it explores and the approaches it adopts. It offers legal and ethical reflections on the criminal qualification of a series of conducts ranging from human experimentation and non-consensual medical interventions to organ transplant trafficking and marketing of human body parts. It also considers procedural matters, notably related to psychiatric and medical evidence. In so doing, it combines legal and other types of conceptualizations to examine such contemporary issues as rights of the LGBTIQ population, access to medical care, corporate criminal liability, rights of children and Islamic jurisprudence"-
- Human experimentation at the intersections of biolaw and international criminal law : the case of unethical clinical trials in developing countries / Stefania Negri --...
Contents:Human experimentation at the intersections of biolaw and international criminal law : the case of unethical clinical trials in developing countries / Stefania Negri -- Are non-consensual medical interventions and therapies to change sexual orientation or gender identity a crime against humanity of persecution against the LGBTIQ population under the ICC statute? / Héctor Olasolo, Nicolás Eduardo Buitrago-Rey and Vanessa Bonilla-Tovar -- The case for decoupling unlawful experiments from the armed conflict nexus / Edwin Bikundo -- CRISPR / case technology : ending disease, designer babies, eternal youth, and 'crimes against the species' / Inez Braber -- Transplant tourism prohibition under transnational criminal law : a look at the human trafficking model / Terry Adido -- Systemic deprivation of access to essential medicine and medical care - a crime against humanity? / Suncana Roksandić Vidlicka -- Biolaw stakes, activist jurisprudence, and (presumed) limits for protected interests / Bronik Matwijkiw and Anja Matwijkiw -- Marketing body parts : morality, law, and public opinion / Michael Davis -- Bioethics, complementarity, and corporate criminal liability / Ryan Long -- Aspirational justice : achieving equity for children using the convention on the rights of the child and the international criminal court's policy on children / Susan E. Zinner -- Child soldiers, executive functions, and culpability / Tyler K. Fagan, William Hirstein and Katrina Sifferd -- Principles of bioethics and international criminal law in the light of philosophy of Islamic jurisprudence / Mehdi Zakerian and Farid Azadbakht -- From the martens clause to consent to human experimentations, the legal journey of the judges during the Nuremberg doctors' trial / Xavier Aurey -- Scope and limits of psychiatric evidence in international criminal law / Dragana Spencer -- Medical evidence at the International Criminal Court - dosage and contraindications / Caroline Fournet
- Publisher & Date:
- Leiden Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 2021.
- Date of Publication:
- Brill Nijhoff
- D 8.1
- 9789004364431 (hbk)
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