Essays about: "legally binding"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 75 essays containing the words legally binding.

  1. 1. Digitalized Construction Project : To Build after a Legally Binding BIM-model

    University essay from KTH/Fastigheter och byggande; KTH/Fastigheter och byggande

    Author : Sebastian Orenäs Nissas; Nangi Rahimi; [2020]
    Keywords : Building Information Modeling BIM ; BIMmodel; risks; digitalization; construction document; legally binding; Byggnadsinformationsmodellering BIM ; BIM-modell; risker; digitalisering; juridisk bygghandling; juridiskt bindande;

    Abstract : Digitalization has become something of a buzzword in today's society and rightly so as it brings multiple benefits and opportunities. The AEC/FM industry has constantly lagged behind other industries in terms of change and development and is often regarded as conservative. READ MORE

  2. 2. Sustainable environmental vs. sustainable social development : Tendencies of carbon colonialism and green authoritarianism when implementing renewable energy strategies on indigenous peoples’ territories

    University essay from Högskolan Dalarna/Religionsvetenskap

    Author : Jonas Bergman; [2020]
    Keywords : Indigenous peoples; renewable energy; ILO 169; UNDRIP; Sami people; wind power;

    Abstract : The intention with this essay is to illustrate the conflicts that might occur when states implement renewable energy strategies on lands that have traditionally belonged to indigenous peoples. To do so I have analysed case studies from Sweden as well as Latin America regarding renewable energy projects in areas that could be claimed to belong to indigenous groups and compared the conclusions from these studies to what the existing legal framework on the topic of the rights of indigenous peoples dictates. READ MORE

  3. 3. Artificial Intelligence in Lethal Automated Weapon Systems - What's the Problem? : Analysing the framing of LAWS in the EU ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI, the European Parliament Resolution on autonomous weapon systems and the CCW GGE guiding principles.

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Nicole Beltran; [2020]
    Keywords : Human Rights; lethal automated weapon systems; killer robots; international regu-lation; human dignity; discourse analysis; framing; human-machine nexus; artificial intelligence; policy analysis;

    Abstract : Lethal automated weapon systems (LAWS) are developed and deployed by a growing number of state and non-state actors, although no international legally binding framework exists as of yet. As a first attempt to regulate LAWS the UN appointed a group of governmental experts (GGE) to create the guiding principles on the issue of LAWS AI. READ MORE

  4. 4. Labour Governance of Global Supply Chains: A Study of the Implications of Globalization on Labour Law and the Protection and Enforceability of Labour Rights Within Global Supply Chains

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen; Lunds universitet/Juridiska fakulteten

    Author : Deria Rumina Yenidogan; [2020]
    Keywords : international labour law global supply chains globalization; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to build an understanding of the current instruments and mechanisms governing global supply chains and to identify the governance gaps in the protection of labour rights. In order to fully understand the implications of globalization on labour law, the thesis undertakes a theoretical framework drawing on transnational labour law perspectives and a conceptual analysis of global supply chains. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Protection of Human Rights in the Context of Climate Change : Non-refoulement Obligations under Article 3 ECHR to Protect Environmental Migrants?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Emma Cederberg; [2020]
    Keywords : Human rights law; Climate change; Non-refoulement obligations; Environmental migrants; Article 3 ECHR; Slow onset events of climate change;

    Abstract : The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) notes in its Fifth Assessment Report from 2014 that states are the main cause of anthropogenic gas emissions. Furthermore, scientists predict that displacement across border for reasons of climate change will increase rapidly in the coming decades. READ MORE