Tag Archives: Shared Responsibility


Sharing Responsibility Between Non-State Actors and States in International Law: Introduction

Jean d'Aspremont, André Nollkaemper, Ilias Plakokefalos and Cedric Ryngaert

There exists a range of situations where non-state actors and states can possibly share responsibility for their contribution to harmful outcomes, thereby raising a multitude of questions on the determination, content and implementation of responsibility in such a scenario. It … Read more

1 October 2014

Foreign Minister of Burkina Faso: shared responsibility to fight ‘plagues’

Djibril Bassolé Yipènè, Foreign Minister of Burkina Faso said that in the Sahel region, armed conflicts become more complex and are radicalised because of the emergence of violent extremism and terrorism, which are closely associated with organised crime, particularly in the areas of drug trafficking, arms trafficking and human trafficking. (more…)

Source: UN News Centre | At UN debate, African leaders say global sustainability agenda must reflect local realities

29 September 2014

Portuguese foreign minister says shared responsibility is key concept of new global partnership

Portuguese Foreign Minister Rui Chancerelle de Machete called for a boost in partnerships to counter the crises facing the world. (more…)

Source: UN News Centre | European leaders addressing UN say current crises threaten global governance system