At the confluence of environmental and human rights law
The recent recognition of the human right to a healthy environment partakes of both international en...
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Erin Daly is Professor of Law and Director of the Dignity Rights Clinic at Widener University, Delaware Law School, where she served as Interim Dean and the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law. She serves as the US National Correspondent for the Centre international de droit comparé de l’environnement (CIDCE), as a member of the Normandy Chair for Peace and of the Scientific Committee of the Global Pandemic Network and for five years, she served as the Director of the Global Network for Human Rights and the Environment. She has worked at the Université de la Fondation Aristide (UNIFA) in Haiti and has been Visiting Professor in France, Pakistan, Brazil, and South Africa.
She is the author of Dignity Rights: Courts, Constitutions and the Worth of the Human Person, and, with James R. May, of Dignity Law: Global Recognition, Cases, and Perspectives (Hein 2020). With James May, she has co-authored and co-edited numerous publications including Global Environmental Constitutionalism (Cambridge 2015), Implementing Environmental Constitutionalism (Cambridge 2018), and Encyclopedia of Human Rights and the Environment: Legality, Indivisibility, dignity and Geography Current Global Challenges (Edward Elgar Pub., 2019). Her first book, Reconciliation in Divided Societies: Finding Common Ground, was co-authored with Jeremy Sarkin.