Dr Jeremie Gilbert


NameDr Jeremie Gilbert
Job titleProfessor (Deputy Director of Research)
Email addressjeremie.gilbert@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteBusiness & Law

Research outputs

Litigating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Africa: Potentials, challenges and limitations

Gilbert, J. 2017. Litigating Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in Africa: Potentials, challenges and limitations. International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 66 (3), pp. 657-686. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0020589317000203

Equality versus Fraternity? Rethinking France and its Minorities

Gilbert, J. 2016. Equality versus Fraternity? Rethinking France and its Minorities. International Journal of Constitutional Law. 14 (4), pp. 883-905. https://doi.org/10.1093/icon/mow059

Minority-related activities in the United Nations System in 2013

Holt, Sally, Jebodh, Rajiv and Gilbert, J. 2015. Minority-related activities in the United Nations System in 2013. in: European Yearbook of Minority Issues BRILL.

Moving towards a Right to Land: The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights’ Treatment of Land Rights as Human Rights

Claridge, Lucy, Gilbert, J., Holt, Sally, Marlin, Rebecca and Jebodh, Rajiv 2015. Moving towards a Right to Land: The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights’ Treatment of Land Rights as Human Rights. Minority Rights Group.

Resources Grabbing and Human Rights: Building a Triangular Relationship Between States, Indigenous Peoples and Corporations

Gilbert, J. and Bernaz, Nadia 2015. Resources Grabbing and Human Rights: Building a Triangular Relationship Between States, Indigenous Peoples and Corporations. in: Bonfanti, Angelica, Romanin Jacur, Francesca and Seatzu, Francesco (ed.) Natural Resources Grabbing: Natural Resources Grabbing: An International Law Perspective BRILL.

Land grabbing, investors, and indigenous peoples: new legal strategies for an old practice?

Gilbert, J. 2015. Land grabbing, investors, and indigenous peoples: new legal strategies for an old practice? Community Development Journal. 51 (3), pp. 350-366. https://doi.org/10.1093/cdj/bsv025

Land grabbing, Land Rights and Human Rights: (Re) Setting the Agenda

Gilbert, J. 2014. Land grabbing, Land Rights and Human Rights: (Re) Setting the Agenda. Land grabbing, Land Rights and Human Rights: (Re) Setting the Agenda seminar. University of East London 06 Jun 2014 London University of East London, Centre for Human Rights in Conflict.

‘Land Rights are Human Rights’: The case for a Specific Right to Land?

Gilbert, J. 2014. ‘Land Rights are Human Rights’: The case for a Specific Right to Land? Land grabbing, Land Rights and Human Rights: (Re) Setting the Agenda seminar. University of East London 06 Jun 2014 London University of East London, Centre for Human Rights in Conflict.

The right to freely dispose of natural resources: Utopia or forgotten right?

Gilbert, J. 2013. The right to freely dispose of natural resources: Utopia or forgotten right? Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights. 31 (3), pp. 314-341.

Land Rights as Human Rights: The Case for a Specific Right to Land

Gilbert, J. 2013. Land Rights as Human Rights: The Case for a Specific Right to Land. Sur: International Journal on Human Rights. 10 (18), pp. 114-135.

International Law and Land Rights in Africa: The shift from states’ territorial possessions to indigenous peoples’ ownership rights

Gilbert, J. and Couillard, Valérie 2011. International Law and Land Rights in Africa: The shift from states’ territorial possessions to indigenous peoples’ ownership rights. in: Home, Robert (ed.) Essays in African Land Law Pretoria University Law Press. pp. 47-68

A new dawn over the land: shedding light on collective ownership and consent

Gilbert, J. and Doyle, Cathal 2011. A new dawn over the land: shedding light on collective ownership and consent. in: Allen, Stephen and Xanthaki, Alexandra (ed.) Reflections on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Oxford Hart Publishing.

International law and land rights in Africa: the shift from states’ territorial possessions to indigenous peoples' ownership rights

Gilbert, J. and Couillard, Valérie 2011. International law and land rights in Africa: the shift from states’ territorial possessions to indigenous peoples' ownership rights. in: Home, Robert (ed.) Essays in African Land Law Pretoria, South Africa Pretoria University Law Press. pp. 47-68

Indigenous peoples and globalization: from 'development aggression' to 'self-determined development'

Doyle, Cathal and Gilbert, J. 2011. Indigenous peoples and globalization: from 'development aggression' to 'self-determined development'. in: European Centre for Minority Issues, . and The European Academy Bozen/Bolzano, . (ed.) European Yearbook of Minority Issues Leiden, Netherlands Martinus Nijhoff.

Custodians of the land: indigenous peoples, human rights and cultural integrity

Gilbert, J. 2010. Custodians of the land: indigenous peoples, human rights and cultural integrity. in: Langfield, Michele, Logan, William and Craith, Máiread Nic (ed.) Cultural Diversity, Heritage and Human Rights: Intersections in Theory and Practice Abingdon Routledge. pp. 31-44

Land Rights and the Forest Peoples of Africa: Historical, Legal and Anthropological Perspectives

Couillard, Valérie, Gilbert, J., Kenrick, Justin, Kidd, Christopher and Forest Peoples Programme 2009. Land Rights and the Forest Peoples of Africa: Historical, Legal and Anthropological Perspectives. Moreton-in-Marsh Forest Peoples Programme.

Les tribunaux militaires et tribunaux d’exceptions en République d’Irlande

Gilbert, J. and Olivier, Clementine 2008. Les tribunaux militaires et tribunaux d’exceptions en République d’Irlande. in: Lambert-Abdelgawad, Elisabeth (ed.) Juridictions Militaires Et Tribunaux D'exception En Mutation : Perspectives Comparées Et Internationales Paris Editions des Archives Contemporaines.

Nomadic Territories: A Human Rights Approach to Nomadic Peoples' Land Rights

Gilbert, J. 2007. Nomadic Territories: A Human Rights Approach to Nomadic Peoples' Land Rights. Human Rights Law Review. 7 (4), pp. 681-716.

Indigenous Rights in the Making: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Gilbert, J. 2007. Indigenous Rights in the Making: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights. 14 (2), pp. 207-230.

Historical Indigenous Peoples' Land Claims: A Comparative and International Approach to the Common Law Doctrine on Indigenous Title

Gilbert, J. 2007. Historical Indigenous Peoples' Land Claims: A Comparative and International Approach to the Common Law Doctrine on Indigenous Title. International and Comparative Law Quarterly. 56 (03), pp. 583-611.

Justice not revenge: The International Criminal Court and the ‘grounds to exclude criminal responsibility’ – defences or negation of criminality?

Gilbert, J. 2006. Justice not revenge: The International Criminal Court and the ‘grounds to exclude criminal responsibility’ – defences or negation of criminality? The International Journal of Human Rights. 10 (2), pp. 143-160.

India: the blur of a distinction: Adivasis experience with land rights, self-rule and autonomy

Gilbert, J. 2004. India: the blur of a distinction: Adivasis experience with land rights, self-rule and autonomy. in: Castellino, Joshua and Walsh, Niamh (ed.) International Law and Indigenous Peoples Leiden, Netherlands Martinus Nijhoff.

The treatment of territory of indigenous peoples under international law

Gilbert, J. 2003. The treatment of territory of indigenous peoples under international law. in: Castellino, Joshua and Allen, Steve (ed.) Title to territory in international law: a temporal analysis Abingdon Ashgate. pp. 199-238

Environmental degradation as a threat to life: a question of justice?

Gilbert, J. 2003. Environmental degradation as a threat to life: a question of justice? Trinity College Law Review.
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