Our New Research Brief discusses the opportunities and risks that AI represents for human rights.
Professor Geiß will develop and promote the Geneva Academy’s expertise in the area of new military technologies.
As a ‘Mechanisms Lab’, the Geneva Human Rights Platform will continue to work on the connectivity of human rights mechanisms.
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Our RULAC website provides a detailed analysis and legal classification of this conflict, including information about parties, its classification and applicable international law.
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At a meeting of the Geneva Human Rights Platform, diplomats, members of UN treaty bodies (TBs) and civil society representatives discussed and exchanged around this document and the upcoming review of UN TBs by the UN General Assembly.
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