18 January 2017

Publication Special Issue of the International Organizations Law Review

We are happy to announce that the Special Issue of the International Organizations Law Review (IOLR) (Vol. 13, no. 1, 2016) has been published, on the theme: Partnerships between International Institutions and Issues of (Shared) Responsibility.

This Special Issue is the product of the seminar on ‘Shared Responsibility in Partnerships among International Institutions’, which was held in Amsterdam on 3 October 2014. The seminar explored whether and on what grounds partnerships between international institutions (involving institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF, the WHO, the OECD and the European Union) may result in a shared responsibility between the participating institutions and/or other involved actors.

Contents of the Special Issue include:

  • Laurence Boisson de Chazournes & André Nollkaemper: Partnerships between International Institutions and Issues of (Shared) Responsibility: Introductory Notes
  • Niels Blokker: On the Nature and Future of Partnerships in the Practice of International Organizations
  • Paolo Palchetti: Applying the Rules of Attribution in Complex Scenarios
  • Katarina Grenfell: Partnerships in UN Peacekeeping
  • Vassilis Pergantis: UN–AU Partnerships in International Peace and Security and Issues of Responsibility Allocation in Cases of UN Support to Regional Missions
  • Marten Zwanenburg: What’s in a Word? ‘Partnerships’ between NATO and Other International Institutions and Some Issues of Shared Responsibility
  • Andrea E. Stumpf: Trust-Funded Partnership Programmes of the World Bank under the ARIO
  • Eelco Szabó: Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
  • Antonella Angelini: A Trouble Shared is a Trouble Halved

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