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AbstractSince the moratorium on commercial whaling decided by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) in 1982, its activity has been characterised by measures which aim at protecting whales instead of encouraging their exploitation. After recalling some of the features of the 1946...
AbstractTreaties, especially those concluded before UNCLOS and the United Nations Conferences on the Human Environment and on Environment and Development are having to find ways of responding to the many new principles and concepts developed through the conventions, declarations and action plans...
AbstractMaritime labour matters have traditionally been of particular importance as far as the ILO's standard-setting function is concerned. To date, the ILO has adopted a total of 39 conventions and 30 recommendations-a body of labour standards known as the International Seafarer's...
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