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Fall 2019 International Investment Law and Policy Speaker Series

Date: September 5 – December 5, 2019, 12:10-1pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room TBD

CCSI Submissions to UNCITRAL ISDS Reform Process

To contribute to UNCITRAL’s work on how to reform international investment treaties, CCSI, together with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), submitted four documents outlining potential reform options and considerations.

Executive Training on Investment Treaties and Arbitration for Government Officials

Date: June 17-27, 2019
Location: Columbia University

Executive Training on Sustainable Investments in Agriculture

Date: June 11-21, 2019
Location: Columbia University

Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development

Date: June 3-14, 2019
Location: Columbia University

Investment Disputes and Affected Third Parties: Issues and Options for Reform

Date: April 1, 2019, 6:15pm – 8:00pm
Location: Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice, New York

Is Liberalism Making the World Less Fair? Three Authors Discuss Their Recent Books on Investor vs. Human Rights in the Global Economy

Date: February 19, 2019, 12:10pm – 1:10pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Room 105

Minerals for Climate Action: Why Climate Smart Mining Matters for Africa?

Date: February 4th, 12:00pm – 6:30pm
Location: Side Event to Mining INDABA, Hotel SunSquare Cape Town City Bowl, 23 Buitengracht St, Cape Town

Financing the SDGs, Privatization, and Human Rights: A Discussion with Jeffrey Sachs and Philip Alston

Date: January 30, 2019, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Columbia Law School, Room 104

Investor-State Arbitration: An Opportunity for Real Reform?

By Lorenzo Cotula, Brooke Guven, Lise Johnson and Thierry Berger
December 7, 2018

An ongoing multilateral process could provide a unique opportunity to reform a contentious area of global economic governance – but only if it properly identifies the key problems.