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L&C Talk Charlotte Renglet: The Israeli land policy in the Negev Desert: a violation of the right to land of the indigenous Bedouin people?

woensdag, 18 april, 2018 - 14:00
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Faculteit: Recht en Criminologie
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L&C Talk

Introduction

This L&C talk will address the issue of the right to land of the Negev Bedouins, a semi-nomadic people who have been living in the Negev Desert since the seventh Century. This region is now a part of the State of Israel which denies them any right on the lands they occupy. Considering the Negev Bedouins are an indigenous people, their right to land is protected under international law both by specific rights granted to indigenous peoples and by general human rights. The aim of this talk is to identify those rights and determine if the Israeli land policy in the Negev constitutes a violation of those rules that could engage the responsibility of the State of Israel under international law.

 

Bibliographical note:

Charlotte Renglet holds a master’s degree in law from the Université Catholique de Louvain and an LLM in public international law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. After an internship in the International Humanitarian Law Service of the Belgian Ministry of Justice, she is now a lawyer in immigration law in Brussels. Mrs. Renglet was awarded awarded Prize of the Belgian Society for International Law 2017 for the article this presentation is based on. 

Free entrance, no registration required. This L&C Talk will be held in French