Publication in the EHRLR: Brexit, Human Rights and Self-Determination – A Perfect Storm in the British Crown Dependencies and UK Overseas Territories?
Island Rights Initiative Director, Susie Alegre explores the implications of Brexit and recent developments including the UK Sanctions and Money-Laundering Act 2018 on the situation of human rights and the right to self-determination of British Overseas Territories in a Point of View article in the latest edition of the European Human Rights Law Review. She argues that, while Brexit began with arguments about British sovereignty, it may end with a new constitutional map of sovereignty within the UK and its dependent territories.
The full article can be found here
This material was first published by Thomson Reuters Limited in Alegre, Susie, “Brexit, Human Rights and Self-determination—a Perfect Storm in the British Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories?”,  E.H.R.L.R., Issue 4, 311-314 and is reproduced by agreement with the Publishers.
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