240531 SE Conflicts and law related to extraction of natural resources in indigenous contexts (P4) (2021S)
- Registration is open from Mo 01.02.2021 00:01 to Tu 23.02.2021 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Su 02.05.2021 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
The course will start digital. If the Covid regulations allow it, it will change to on-site or hybrid.
Information about the lecture rooms will then follow in time.
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Oral presentation of the results of research on an agreed topic;
Drafting of a seminar paper with about 35.000 Characters.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
The grade is defined as follows:
Seminar paper 40%
Contribution to discussion in class 20%
Cathal M. Doyle (Ed): Business and Human Rights. Indigenous Peoples ' Experience with Access to Remedy. Case Studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America. IWGIA 2015.Cathal M. Doyle: Indigenous Peopes Title to Territory, Rights and Resources. Routledge 2015.Aslaug Mikkelsen et al (Eds.): Arctic Oil and Gas. Sustainability at Risk? Routledge 2008.Rachel Lorna Johnstone et al. (Eds.): Regulation of Extractive Industries. Community Engagement in the Arctic. Routledge 2020.Isabel Feichter, Markus Krajewski et al. (Eds.): Human Rights in the Extractive Industries. Transparancy, Participation, Resistance. Springer 2019.Felipe Guerra Schleef & José Aylwin: Marco Jurídico Obligaciones Estatales, Implicancias para la Actividad Empresarial y Acceso a la Justicia. Observatorio Ciudadano Chile, 2018.For background research: