Experts from the ECR2P give their take on contemporary issues of human protection

Olivia Lwabukuna of SOAS University of London writes on R2P and IDPs in the African context   The Responsibility to Protect IDPs: The African Context This ECR2P Fresh Perspectives blog, drawing on my recent article in the Journal of African Law, identifies the complementarity between R2P and Internally Displaced Persons...

Laura Collins (George Mason University) discusses the multidimensional nature of state and non-state violence in the CAR, and the necessity of utilising an atrocity prevention lens moving forward.   The Central African Republic and R2P Pillar II Armed violence continues throughout the Central African Republic (CAR), the effects of which...

Luke Glanville (Australian National University) uses this ECR2P Fresh Perspectives blog to write on R2P and its colonial parallels.   While many scholars of international relations and international law have been busily researching contemporary ideas and practices pertaining to the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and related notions of international human...