Julia Dehm
Julia Dehm
Lecturer, La Trobe University School of Law
Verifisert e-postadresse på latrobe.edu.au - Startside
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Climate justice inside and outside the UNFCCC: The example of REDD
S Long, E Roberts, J Dehm
Journal of Australian Political Economy, The, 222-246, 2010
Indigenous peoples and REDD+ safeguards: rights as resistance or as disciplinary inclusion in the green economy?
J Dehm
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 7 (2), 170–217, 2016
Carbon colonialism or climate justice: Interrogating the international climate regime from a TWAIL perspective
J Dehm
Windsor YB Access Just. 33, 129, 2016
Highlighting inequalities in the histories of human rights: Contestations over justice, needs and rights in the 1970s
J Dehm
Leiden Journal of International Law 31 (4), 871-895, 2018
Reflections on Paris: thoughts towards a critical approach to climate law
J Dehm
Revue québécoise de droit international, 61-91, 2018
Reconsidering REDD+: Authority, Power and Law in the Green Economy
J Dehm
Cambridge University Press, 2021
In the REDD: Australia’s carbon offset project in Central Kalimantan
R Pearse, J Dehm
Friends of the Earth International, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.[online] URL …, 2011
International law and the humanities in the Anthropocene
K Birrell, J Dehm
Routledge handbook of international law and the humanities, 407-421, 2021
Where is the environment? Locating nature in international law
U Natarajan, J Dehm
TWAILR: Third World Approaches to International Law Review, 2019
Post Paris reflections: fossil fuels, human rights and the need to excavate new ideas for climate justice
J Dehm
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 8 (2), 280-300, 2017
Climate change,‘slow violence’and the indefinite deferral of responsibility for ‘loss and damage’
J Dehm
Griffith Law Review 29 (2), 220-252, 2020
International law, temporalities and narratives of the climate crisis
J Dehm
Lond Rev Int Law 4 (1), 167-193, 2016
'REDD faces all around': Implementing reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in Indonesia
J Dehm
Local-Global: Identity, Security, Community 10, 98-125, 2012
Translocal legalities: local encounters with transnational law
MC Canfield, J Dehm, M Fassi
Transnational Legal Theory 12 (3), 335-359, 2021
Introduction: Human rights and economic inequality
D Brinks, J Dehm, K Engle
Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and …, 2019
Redressing Historical Responsibility for the Unjust Precarities of Climate Change in the Present
S Mason-Case, J Dehm
SSRN, 2020
Authorizing appropriation?: Law in contested forested spaces
J Dehm
European Journal of International Law 28 (4), 1379-1396, 2017
Power, Participation, and Private Regulatory Initiatives: Human Rights under Supply Chain Capitalism
D Brinks, J Dehm, K Engle, K Taylor
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021
Frames and contestations: environment, climate change and the construction of in/justice
A Grear, J Dehm
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 11 (1), 1-5, 2020
The Misery of International Law: Confrontations with Injustice in the Global Economy
J Dehm
Melb. J. Int'l L. 19, 763, 2018
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