UNCITRAL
South Centre | 29-mar-2019
Reform of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) is being deliberated at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Working Group III, which will be meeting in New York between the 1st and 5th of April 2019.
Alternatives Economiques | 5-mar-2019
Peu connus jusque ces dernières années, les tribunaux d’arbitrage internationaux ont pourtant quasiment un siècle d’existence, à l’image de celui de la Chambre de commerce internationale (CCI) créée dès 1923.
IIED | 23-feb-2019
Existing arrangements for third parties to participate in investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) are not designed to protect people whose rights and interests are directly at stake.
European Commission | 18-ene-2019
The EU and its Member States submitted two papers to the UN Working Group under the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).
IISD | 15-ene-2019
El Grupo de Trabajo III de la CNUDMI se reunió en Viena desde el 29 de octubre hasta el 2 de noviembre de 2018, y decidió que es conveniente realizar una reforma multilateral para abordar varias inquietudes en torno a la ISDS.
IISD | 15-ene-2019
UNCITRAL Working Group III met in Vienna from October 29 to November 2, 2018 and decided that multilateral reform is desirable to address various concerns regarding ISDS.
IISD | 15-ene-2019
Le Groupe de travail III de la CNUDCI s’est réuni à Vienne du 29 octobre au 2 novembre 2018, et a décidé qu’une réforme multilatérale était souhaitable en vue de répondre à diverses préoccupations portant sur le RDIE.
CCSI | 11-ene-2019
New briefing explores potential sources of inconsistency in ISDS, from divergent interpretations of provisions to decisions inconsistent with societal objectives, and the way forward.
Les Echos | 2-ene-2019
La Commission européenne souhaite imposer une nouvelle configuration aux mécanismes de résolution des litiges en matière d’investissement.
SOMO | 30-oct-2018
The UNCITRAL process runs a real risk of producing middle-ground solutions that will fail to address the fundamental flaws of the ISDS system and will only further institutionalise and re-legitimise the system.

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