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Land Theft in Cambodia

The Relevance of Women’s Rights under the Rome Statute: Can Land Grabbing in Cambodia amount to Gender-Based Persecution?
1 st Prize The Hague University of Applied Science Thesis Prize 2017 / 1e prijs Haagse Hogeschool Scriptieprijs 2017

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Land Theft in Cambodia

The Relevance of Women’s Rights under the Rome Statute: Can Land Grabbing in Cambodia amount to Gender-Based Persecution?
1 st Prize The Hague University of Applied Science Thesis Prize 2017 / 1e prijs Haagse Hogeschool Scriptieprijs 2017

Rechten: Alle rechten voorbehouden

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Land grabbing is a growing global phenomenon, fuelled by corrupt local governments and companies investing money in agricultural land in developing countries around the world. While these investments are often made to feed Western consumers, they lead to homelessness, poverty and hunger in the communities that are the victims of the ensuing land grabs. The soaring prevalence of this phenomenon and its detrimental impacts on local communities have been recognised by organisations, scholars and the International Criminal Court (ICC). What is, however, largely missing from the discussion on an international criminal law response is the discriminatory and adverse impact land grabbing has on women. Land grabbing is amounting to gender-based persecution in Cambodia, under consideration of women’s rights, as is argued in this paper.


OrganisatieDe Haagse Hogeschool
AfdelingBRV HBO-Rechten / PLS Laws
Jaar2017
TypeBachelorscriptie
TaalEngels

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