In the last fifteen years, all around the world there has been a tendency to put much hope in the rise of civil society, its emergence being welcomed as a sign of progress towards a more democratic system. Many places in the world are today laboratories for change thanks to bottom-up movements supported by civil society organizations. By looking at contentious politics and how they converge and interact with institutional politics, we can better understand what directions a country’s political system and its governance is taking. gLAWcal supports collective forms of actions aimed at the creation of better societies, on many social issues, and in various geographical areas.

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Business and Human Rights in Europe: International Law Challenges

Integrative Governance Generating Sustainable Responses to Global Crises

Corporate Accountability under Socio-Economic Rights

Energy: policy, legal and social-economic issues under the dimensions of sustainability and security

China’s Influence on Non-Trade Concerns in International Economic Law

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