Panel: Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus and Distribution

Published: 12th April 2021

Event date: 13/05/2021

Event start time: 2:30 pm

Event end time: 3:50 pm

We are delighted to invite you to an online panel “Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus and Distribution”.


  • Aakriti Malhotra (Jindal Global Law School, India), “Humanitarian Aid or Manitarian Aid?”
  • Eliana Cusato (Amsterdam Centre for International Law (UvA)), “Global Extractivism and the Politics of Conflict Mineral Regulation”
  • Daniëlla Dam-de Jong (Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies) “International law and the distribution of land in peace processes”

Chair: Asli Ozcelik Olcay (University of Glasgow)

This panel is part of the conference “International Law and Distribution: Sustainable Development, Security, and the Governance of Resources” (Glasginburgh), organised by the Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security, in cooperation with the Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law. The aim of this conference is to explore the relationship between international law and questions of “distribution” – broadly conceived. This two-day event will promote a dialogue about the myriad ways in which current ‘distributions’ inform or even determine the development of international law, and how, in turn, the practices of international legal institutions may impact upon distributions of income, resources, and power in the world. The conference will take place on 13 and 14 May 2021 via Zoom.

To register, please visit the Eventbrite page of the conference.

Please note that the registration link is for the entire conference. Upon registration, you will receive a link to our panel, and will also be able to choose other panels that you might be interested in attending. Please visit the Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security website for more details on the conference.

The recording for this event is available here. All recordings for our events are available here.