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Ekaterina Deikalo

Belarusian State University
Associate Professor of the International law Chair
PhD in International Law,  Associate professor (docent). Working at the Belarusian State University  on the position of  Associate professor at the International Law Chair,  (in 2014-March 2020 have been working  as the Head of the International law Chair)  Field of  research:  Business and Human Rights, SDGs and International Law,  Teaching and Research  Methodology In International Law,  Law of International Responsibility, Transformation of International Legal Order. Courses taught: Public International Law, Responsibility in International Law, Business and Human Rights, Legal Mechanism of Sustainable Development.
Has been working  as an OCSE expert on  human rights education in the frame of  OSCE ODIHR Project on democratization and realization of human rights in Belarus (2018-2020). Expert experience in business and human rights sphere:Has been working as an expert with:United Nations Office in Belarus (participating in the development of the on-line course on non discrimination for civil servants, lawyers and business); Belarusian Helsinki Committee (development of the Country Guide for Business, State and Civil Society “Belarus: human rights and business” and other related products); Polish Institute of Business and Human Rights (research and developing an overview on situation with business and human rights in Belarus in different spheres  (2019)); The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Sweden) (Teaching in  the frame of  Summer School on   Business and Human Rights (2019).  Main publications on business and human rights: Deikalo, E., Vorobyova E., Tomashevskiy K. Business and Human Rights: setting the problem // Interdisciplinary research on human rights (collective monograph), Minsk: Ecoperspectiva, 2019, P. 158-219. ISBN 978-985-469-720-8. (in Rus.); Deikalo E. Belarus: human rights and business (guide for business, state and civil society). – Minsk, Publishing House “Register”, 2019. – 214 P. (ISBN 978-985-7215-15-7)(in Rus.); Deikalo E., Hulak A., Khlaschankova Y., Vorobyova E. “Why Do Business Needs Human Rights?: Benefits For a Company”. – Minsk, Publishing House “Register”, 2019. – P. 56 (ISBN 978-985-7215-29-4) (in Rus.); Analytical note  “COVID-19, business and human rights: challenges and behavioral strategies” (Deikalo E., Hulak A., March, 30, 2020) (in Rus. and in Eng.)
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