Professor Paul Havemann

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Professor Paul Havemann
LLB (Hons) Lond, LLM Lond
Position/Fellowship type:
Senior Research Fellow
Fellowship term:
to 30-Apr-2016
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
1 Palk Close Shaldon Devon TQ14 0AH
+44 1626 873 202
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Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Globalization & Development, Human rights
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Human Rights and Climate Change; Law in the context of society with particular focus on areas such as Indigenous peoples rights, human rights, Natural Resource Management , globalisation and governance.

1. Indigenous peoples human rights and Forest Conservation and the REDD scheme
2. human rights based approaches to climate change mitigation and adaptation,
3. A non-market based approach to climate change and for securing the rights of Mother Earth

Project summary relevant to Fellowship:

Combating Climate change: Indigenous Peoples' Rights , Traditional Knowledge and non-market measures towards mitigation and adaptation

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
29-Jul-2013 ‘Ignoring the mercury in the climate change barometer: denying Indigenous Peoples’ rights'


 in Doelle, M and C. Tollefson (eds.) Environmental Law: cases and materials, 2nd Edition, Toronto, Carswell  [Excerpted from (2009) 13 Australian Indigenous Law Review]

14-Jun-2013 Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples: the search for remedies Randall S Abate and Elizabeth Ann Kronk (eds.) Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2013

 Book review for (2013 ) Journal of Environmental Law

20-Dec-2012 Indigenous Peoples Human Rights


Human Rights
Politics and Practice
Second Edition
Edited by Michael Goodhart
512 pages | Boxes, tables, and figures | 246x189mm
978-0-19-960828-7 | Paperback | 20 December 2012

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