The Law and Development research group studies whether and how law can enhance human dignity and global justice, in particular for those adversely affected by economic and other forms of globalization. This question is addressed through the prism of both structural inequality between states in North and South (‘developed’ versus ‘developing’ states), and within states.
The research group’s views on teaching and research can be found here. They were prepared in the context of reflection processes within the Faculty of Law.
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