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  • Pleinlaan 2

    1050 Brussel


  • Pleinlaan 2

    1050 Brussels


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Charlotte RENGLET is currently a PhD Researcher at the Faculty of Law and Criminology of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) under the supervision of Prof. dr. Stefaan Smis (VUB) and dr. Dorothée Cambou (University of Helsinki/Finland). The provisional title of her dissertation is: “Strategic litigation based on indigenous peoples’ rights: a viable option to force States to act against climate change?” Her research focuses on the analysis of human rights-based climate litigation and the impact of climate change on indigenous peoples’ rights. Her objective is to concretely assess the potential of strategic lawsuits based on the rights of indigenous peoples to force States to adopt a stronger climate change mitigation policy.

Charlotte holds a master’s degree in law from the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) and an LLM in Public international law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). The master’s thesis she wrote during her LLM on the land rights of the Indigenous Negev Bedouins in Israel was later published as an article in the Belgian Review of International Law, for which she was awarded the Prize of the Belgian Society for International Law 2017.

After her studies, she first did an internship at the International Humanitarian Law Service of the Belgian Ministry of Justice. She then practiced as a lawyer in the field of immigration law at the Brussels Bar from September 2015 to December 2018.

Research interests

- International human rights
- Climate change litigation
- Indigenous Peoples' Rights


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