the obligations of States (and others) — under the laws of international human rights and armed conflict — to take legal and other measures to protect schools as safe spaces of learning;
Charter and treaty measures to conduce and enforce compliance with applicable laws of international human rights and armed conflict; and
the meta-juridical imperatives to protect schools as safe spaces of learning.
‘Meta-Engagement with International Law, Understated Effects and Understated Engagers’ IntLawGrrls 15 September 2016.
’Knowledge and Practice of Rights 'In' and 'Through' the Inviolable Spaces of Learning’ IntLawGrrls 5 May 2016.
’Converging Law, Equivocation and Delimits on the Supposed Inviolability of Spaces of Learning’ IntLawGrrls 20 and 22 January 2016.
’Converging Law, Four Points of Vulnerability and the Supposed Inviolability of Spaces of Learning’ Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights 29 January 2016.
‘Eight Reasons Why the Safe Schools Declaration Matters’ Right to Education Project 27 November 2016.
‘Multiple Imperatives to Protect Schools as Safe Spaces of Learning’ Oxford Human Rights Hub 2 February 2017.