State and Corporate Responsibilities for Human Rights Abuses
Period of Visiting: August – October 2023.
Odile Dua holds a master’s degree in public and international law (2018) from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and an LL.M. in European and international law from Ghent University (2019). She is a PhD researcher at the International Law Centre (ULB), where she is also a teaching assistant for the courses of public international law; methodology of international law; and international adjudication. Her doctoral research concerns international state responsibility for non-state actors’ conduct, with a focus on corporations. Notably, she researches the interactions between state and corporate responsibilities for human rights abuses.