Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez
Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez is a Research Professor in comparative constitutional law and sustainable development law at the Brussels School of Governance, where she is also Programme Director of the LLM in International and European Law programme. She is an expert in the areas of Business & Human Rights, law and sustainable development and judicial adjudication. At BSoG, she carries out the project CURIAE VIRIDES, funded by the European Research Council (ERC Str. Grant 909496). This project conceptualizes the worldwide progressive transition of human rights litigation into more ecocentric litigation and the role of courts in addressing ecological governance gaps. Liliana obtained her PhD at the Department of Interdisciplinary Study of Law, Private Law and Business Law of the University of Ghent.
Blogpost: The multiple faces of ecocide as a new crime against humanity: Some reflections.
Analyse van stakeholderinputs in functie van de ontwikkeling van tweede belgisch nationaal actieplan bedrijven en mensenrechten
Patent regulatory framework in ASEAN in the light of new generation FTAs
Aarhus and Escazú: The two sides of the Atlantic in the field of public participation in environmental matters
The UNGPs on Business and Human Rights and the Greening of Human Rights Litigation: Fishing in Fragmented Waters?
Jean Monnet Module: Sustainability and Trade: A European Narrative - SUSTAEN
European Commission - Jean Monnet Module
Expert support for the processing of stakeholder contributions concerning the development of the 2nd National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights for Belgium
Federal Institute for Sustainable Development (Belgium)