Bilde av Enyew, Endalew Lijalem
Bilde av Enyew, Endalew Lijalem
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Endalew Lijalem Enyew


Researcher

Stillingsbeskrivelse

Researcher

Norwegian Center for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS)

Faculty of Law, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway

Tromsø, Norway

 


  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Sailing with TWAIL: A Historical Inquiry into Third World Perspectives on the Law of the Sea
    Chinese Journal of International Law 20. november 2022 DATA / ARKIV / DOI
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew, Nigel Bankes :
    Interaction between the Law of the Sea and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
    Routledge 2022
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew, Margherita Paola Poto :
    Nature Protection, Indigenous Rights, and Climate Action
    Universitetsforlaget 2021 ARKIV
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew, Margherita Paola Poto, Apostolos Tsiouvalas :
    Beyond Borders and States: Modelling Ocean Connectivity According to Indigenous Cosmovisions
    Arctic Review on Law and Politics 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    International Human Rights Law and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Relation to Marine Space and Resources.
    Hart Publishing Ltd 2019 DOI
  • Stephen Allen, Nigel Bankes, Endalew Lijalem Enyew, Øyvind Ravna :
    Introduction
    Hart Publishing Ltd 2019
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Application of the Right to Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources for Indigenous Peoples: Assessment of Current Legal Developments.
    Arctic Review on Law and Politics 27. november 2017 ARKIV / DOI
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Space for Restorative Justice in the Ethiopian Criminal Justice System
    Bergen Journal of Criminal Law & Criminal Justice (BJCLCJ) 2014 DATA / ARKIV / DOI
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Ethiopian customary dispute resolution mechanisms: Forms of restorative justice?
    African Journal on Conflict Resolution 2014
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The doctrine of piercing the corporate veil: Its legal and judicial recognition in Ethiopia
    Mizan Law Review 2012 FULLTEKST
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Indigenous Peoples, Marine Space and Resources, and International Law: The Interaction between the International Human Rights Law and the Law of the Sea (Routledge, 2024).
    Routledge 2024
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Piercing the Corporate Veil:Its Recognition and Application in Ethiopia
    Lambert Academic Publishing 2014
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    "Ethiopia's bid to access the sea: The implications of the recent MoU between Ethiopia and Somaliland".
    23. januar 2024
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    “Indigenous peoples' perspectives on UNCLOS and human rights law as applied to Indigenous peoples in the Arctic”.
    2024
  • Apostolos Tsiouvalas, Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Legal Implications of the 2022 Canada-Denmark/Greenland Agreement on Hans Island (Tartupaluk) for the Inuit Peoples of Greenland and Nunavut
    The Arctic Institute 24. januar 2023 FULLTEKST
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Debates over Seabed Mining: A Third World Perspective
    2023
  • Margherita Paola Poto, Endalew Lijalem Enyew, S. James Anaya :
    Unlocking Climate Governance: Embracing Indigenous Law and Action as the Key
    2023
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    State sovereignty, construction of ocean space and the rights of indigenous peoples to marine space and resources: Initial thoughts
    2022
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Legal Construction of Ocean Space and Indigenous Peoples’ Traditional Fishing Rights Across Maritime Zones
    2022
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    ‘Sailing TWAIL: A Historical Inquiry into Third World Perspectives in the Law of the Sea'.
    2022
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    'Third World Approached to International Law (TWAIL): A theoretical and methodological lens to investigate international law’
    2022
  • Julia Martha Gaunce, Mazyar Ahmad, Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Report on NCLOS Conference: “The limits and possibilities of sovereignty, as both the organizing logic and the central legal principle underpinning Law of the Sea and Ocean Governance (LOSOG)”, Tromsø, 25 and 25 November 2021
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2022 ARKIV
  • Julia Martha Gaunce, Mazyar Ahmad, Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The NCLOS Blog: Conclusions of the Aurora Conference: “The limits and possibilities of sovereignty, as both the organizing logic and the central legal principle underpinning Law of the Sea and Ocean Governance (LOSOG)”
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2022 ARKIV
  • Elise Johansen, Margherita Paola Poto, Iva Parlov, Ingrid Solstad Andreassen, Alexander Lott, Jan Jakub Solski m.fl.:
    Ocean Connectivity and Law
    2021
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The content, legal status and role of self-determination for indigenous peoples.
    2020
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Marine Resources: A Blind Spot in the Law of the Sea Convention?
    2019
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Marine Space and Marine Resources under International Law
    UiT Norges arktiske universitet 2019
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Interaction between the law of the Sea and the rights of Indigenous peoples.
    2018
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    International human rights law and the rights of Indigenous peoples in relation to marine space
    2018
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Relevance of the South China Sea Award on Traditional Fishing Rights for Indigenous Communities’ Rights to Fish in the Sea
    2017
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Right to Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources (PSNR) and Its Application for Indigenous Peoples.
    2016
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Impact of Land-based Human Rights Norms to the Rights of Indigenous Peoples relating to Marine Living Resources
    2016
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    "The South China Sea Tribunal Award and the Treatment of Traditional Fishing Rights within the Territorial Sea",JCLOS Blog
    2016
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Right to Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources and Its Application for Indigenous Peoples
    2016
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    "The Chagos Marine Protected Area Arbitral Award and its Ruling on Fishing Rights", JCLOS Blog, UiT
    2015
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    The Marine Resource Rights of Indigenous Peoples under International Law.
    2015
  • Endalew Lijalem Enyew :
    Interaction between the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Law of the Sea
    2015

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    Publikasjoner utenom Cristin

    EL Enyew, 'Efficiency Defence: Its Recognition under Ethiopian Competition Law' (2011) 1  Addis Ababa Students Law Review 88.


    Forskningsinteresser

    The Law of the Sea, International Human Rights Law, Indigenous Peoples' Law, Critical legal theories focusing on the Third World approaches to international law (TWAIL), Peace and Conflict Studies, Restorative Justice, and Ethiopian company and competition law.

    Undervisning

    International Law: Human Rights Law, Indigenous Peoples Law, and the Law of the Sea.

            JUR-3053: The law of the sea in the Arctic, Reading seminars, 2023.

            Winter School, 'Indigenous Peoples' Rights to the Sea', Winter School for European Law Students Association (WELS), Faculty of Law, UiT, Spring 2023. 

            JUR-3053: The law of the sea in the Arctic, Writing Course, 2022.

            JUR-3053-1: Indigenous Peoples in the Arctic and the Law of the Sea (2015-2024)

             JUR-3605: Indigenous Peoples' Rights (2017-2018, 2022)

    Ethiopian Laws (2009-2011): Constitutional Law, Labor Law, Criminal Law, Electoral Law, Commercial Law, Law of Contracts, and Family Law.




    CV

    Endalew Lijalem Enyew is currently a researcher at the Norwegian Center for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS). His ongoing research relates to the project "Developing good ocean governance of the Arctic in times of unpredictable and rapid changes (DOGA)". He holds a PhD in Law and a Master of Philosophy in Peace and Conflict Transformation from UiT in 2020 and 2013 respectively, an LL.M. in Business Law from Addis Ababa University in 2011, and a law degree (LLB) from Hawassa University in 2009. Endalew completed both his LLB and LLM with great distinction, receiving a Gold Medal and a Top Scoring LLM Student Award respectively. He also received a diploma in Law of the Sea from the Rhodes Academy of Oceans Law and Policy (University of Virginia, 2015), and has taken one-year courses in Indigenous Studies at the Center for Sami Studies (SeSam) of the University of Tromsø, Norway (August 2013- May 2014).

    While Endalew's academic qualification spans diverse fields of law and social science, his research for the last decade focuses on the law of the sea, human rights law, indigenous peoples’ rights, and critical legal theory focusing on Third World approaches to international law (TWAIL). Using the TWAIL as a theoretical and methodological lens, his PhD thesis explored ‘The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Marine Space and Marine Resources under International Law’. He has also widely researched on international human rights law and the rights of indigenous peoples in relation to marine space and marine resources, the indigenous model of ocean connectivity, indigenous rights and climate action, and indigenous peoples’ rights to permanent sovereignty over natural resources. In his postdoctoral research, Endalew extended the utility of the TWAIL approach to examine the limits and possibilities of the law of the sea in addressing systemic challenges impacting developing States and indigenous peoples.

    Endalew is the author of 2 books, namely "Indigenous Peoples, Marine Space and Resources, and International Law: The Interaction between the International Human Rights Law and the Law of the Sea" (Routledge, 2024 in press), and "Piercing the Corporate Veil: Its Recognition and Application in Ethiopia", published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2014). He has also authored and co-authored several articles and book chapters on indigenous peoples' rights (focusing on international human rights law and the law of the sea), indigenous peoples and climate change, Third World perspectives on the law of the sea, restorative justice, and the Ethiopian criminal, company, and competition laws. His publications in these fields appear, inter alia, in Oxford University Press, Routledge, Hart, Arctic Review on Law and Politics, Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, African Journal of Conflict Resolution, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Mizan Law Review, and Addis Ababa Student Law Review. In addition to publications, Endalew has also disseminated the findings of his research in various ways, inter alia, by giving presentations at national, Nordic, and international conferences on different occasions, and writing several blog posts at the NCLOS blog and the blog of The Arctic Institute. Endalew has also been teaching various courses at different higher education institutions in Ethiopia, including Addis Ababa University (from 2009 to 2011) and at the Faculty of Law of UiT-The Arctic University of Norway (2015-2023).