Claire Tixeire

Claire Tixeire

Institute for Legal Intervention / Business and Human Rights

From 2004 to 2011, Claire Tixeire worked for the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights, seeking criminal accountability of US officials for war crimes and torture. In those years, she also led the representation of the International Federation for Human Rights before the United Nations in New York. Tixeire obtained her masters and law degrees from the Universities of Panthéon-Sorbonne and Nanterre in Paris, and holds diplomas in International Law from the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK, and Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada. At ECCHR, Claire directs Critical Legal Training and works in the Business and Human Rights team.

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Holding Transnational Corporations Accountable for International Crimes in Syria: Update on the Developments in the Lafarge Case (Part II)

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Holding Transnational Corporations Accountable for International Crimes in Syria: Update on the Developments in the Lafarge Case (Part I)

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Will Lafarge be held accountable for alleged links to human rights abuses in Syria?

Kriegsökonomien und die Verwicklung transnationaler Unternehmen in Völkerstraftaten – Der Fall Lafarge/Syrien

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Can the Lafarge case be a game changer?

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