In this Essay, we explore how responsibility based on culpability, moral accountability, and capability can improve the current regime that rests on responsibility by proximity. In doing so, we draw on the 2017 Model International Mobility Convention (MIMC), a model convention drafted by a commission of independent experts and currently supported as a project of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
Human Rights Law | International Law | Law
Michael W. Doyle, Janine Prantl & Mark J. Wood,
Principles for Responsibility Sharing: Proximity, Culpability, Moral Accountability, and Capability,
Cal. L. Rev.
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