This paper investigates the archives and work of the UN Security Council ombudsperson and traces the manifestations and effects of consequential reasoning in the execution of the ombudspersons legal duties. The paper identifies consequentialist considerations in the work of the ombdsperson that have institutional, administrative, and personal dimensions, which pull against the effectiveness and public legitimac of the role.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||Queen Mary University of London-Erasmus School of Law Joint Conference - Rotterdam, Netherlands|
Duration: 24 Nov 2016 → 24 Nov 2016
|Conference||Queen Mary University of London-Erasmus School of Law Joint Conference|
|Period||24/11/16 → 24/11/16|
Tilahun, N. (2016). Consequential Reasoning and the UN Security Council Sanctions Ombudsperson. Paper presented at Queen Mary University of London-Erasmus School of Law Joint Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands.