Stefania Negri

Stefania Negri
University of Salerno, Italy · Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law)

Ph.D in International Law
Associate Professor of International Law; Director of the Observatory on Human Rights: Bioethics, Health, Environment

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September 2016 - present
University of Salerno, Italy
Position
  • Chair
June 2015 - June 2015
University of Strathclyde
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  • Professor
Description
  • Visiting Professor (Erasmus) of International Environmental Law, Ph.D Course and Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance
April 2015 - April 2015
University of A Coruña
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Erasmus Visiting Professor of Law and Biomedicine

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Publications (83)
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The International Health Regulations (ihr) have been severely tested by the covid-19 pandemic. Recent reviews have identified a number of gaps and challenges and proposed improvement, but the Regulations should be analysed in their context as a constitutional instrument deeply embedded in who’s governance to better understand their systemic strengt...
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The covid-19 pandemic and other major public health emergencies of international concern occurred in the last 20 years remind us of the close interconnections between human, animal, and environmental health and the need for collaborative and multisectoral approaches to address complex health threats. These outbreaks also serve to highlight the impo...
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The International Health Regulations (ihr), of which the World Health Organization is custodian, govern how countries collectively promote global health security, including prevention, detection, and response to global health emergencies such as the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. Countries are permitted to exercise their sovereignty in taking additiona...
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The International Health Regulations ( ihr ), of which the World Health Organization is custodian, govern how countries collectively promote global health security, including prevention, detection, and response to potential global health emergencies such as the ongoing covid -19 pandemic. While Article 44 of this binding legal instrument requires c...
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Special issue of the EAHL Newsletter surveying the legislative measures adopted in 15 European countries in relation to Covid-19. Italian Report updated 20 April 2020 by Stefania Negri
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Trafficking in human organs (THO) and trafficking in human beings for organ removal (THBOR) are among the cruellest forms of organised crime of global concern. These criminal phenomena represent the most obscure and least addressed forms of trafficking implying serious human exploitation and egregious violations of fundamental rights and the human...
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Since Nuremberg, the ethics of scientific research involving human beings has been for decades the source of concern and controversy. Profit-driven experimentation sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry has progressively migrated to the South, turning into a widespread phenomenon imbued with ethical challenges and dilemmas. The protection of vuln...
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The falsification of medicinal products represents a significant public health threat and has rapidly turned into a global criminal phenomenon. Pharmaceutical crimes are considered an emerging category of transnational organised crime and have progressively become cyber-enabled crimes. The international community has called for a stronger and more...
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The importance of public health is growing and this theme has a potential to become one most pressing issues in the future. For example, Millennium Development Goals (MDGs are: combat against poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy, environmental degradation, and discrimination against women) all influence health and, according to the WHO, health infl...
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Transplantation procedures have become increasingly sophisticated and nowadays offer unforeseen opportunities of survival to hundreds of thousands of patients. However, due to the global organ shortage, unethical practices like organ trafficking and transplant tourism have progressively emerged and spread worldwide, rapidly becoming a highly profit...
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Nell'enunciare il principio di prevalenza del diritto internazionale nella disciplina dei rapporti con le autorità giudiziarie straniere, l'art. 696 c.p.p. detta la gerarchia delle fonti che regolano gli istituti tradizionali e le nuove forme di cooperazione giudiziaria in materia penale. Difatti, la primacy delle fonti internazionali ed europee op...
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In the judgment delivered in the case concerning the Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v. Italy), the International Court of Justice held that under the present state of international customary law State immunity encompasses all acta jure imperii, regardless of whether they are unlawful. Following the ruling that States are entitled t...
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Universal human rights like dignity, physical integrity, health and freedom from torture or inhuman treatment have special relevance to the end-of-life debate and form the basis on which is built the emergence of new biorights. Over the last decades such rights as the right to informed consent, the right to die with dignity and the right not to suf...
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Health is a precondition, an outcome and an indicator of all three dimensions of sustainable development. The centrality of health in the sustainability discourse is confirmed by its close interrelationship with several basic components of development, such as the environment, agriculture and food systems, water and energy security, urban developme...
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Human dignity, integrity, liberty and self-determination of the person represent universal values supported by the international community as a whole. In the field of biomedical applications on human beings, such values are protected by the respect for informed consent, a fundamental principle which has gained increasing relevance also at the inter...
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La tutela della salute pubblica internazionale tra governance globale, «sovranità sanitaria» e diritti fondamentali S N * The world is fast becoming a single germ pool in which there are no health sanctuaries or safe havens. All of humanity is vulnerable and needs protection  S: . Sicurezza sanitaria e globalizzazione: l'obietti...
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What is the situation of people who are unable to make decisions due to a physical or mental change? This book gives impulses and answers to many ethical, economical and mainly legal questions which arise and are associated with the end of life. A universal human rights approach and the analysis of the relevant European law are put in front of the...
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The UNECE Protocol on Water and Health prioritises prevention and control of waterborne diseases in the European Region. In order to protect public health from water-related outbreaks, the Protocol mandates the Parties to establish, improve and maintain comprehensive national and local surveillance and early-warning systems. It also promotes intern...
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La sentenza costituzionale n. 117/2007 offre l'occasione per riconsiderare l'istituto della contumacia alla luce degli orientamenti normativi e giurisprudenziali che vanno consolidandosi sul piano interno, europeo ed internazionale. La decisione della Consulta, che afferma la compatibilità del rito contumaciale con le garanzie dell'equo processo, s...
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Following the recurrence of serious events of food contamination across the globe, food safety has become a matter of ever increasing international concern and the World Health Organization has defined foodborne diseases as a global public health challenge. Protecting global health from foodborne hazards is a compelling duty and a primary interest...

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The aim of the Jean Monnet Chair "Healthy" is to contribute to the dissemination of knowledge on European law, European Union law and European integration processes in the fields of health, environment and food. To achieve this goal it promotes high-profile teaching and research on European health, biomedical and pharmaceutical law; environmental law; and food safety law for undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students from the faculties of Law, Medicine, Chemistry and Biology, Pharmacy, and Engineerings of the University of Salerno (Italy), as well as for professionals (lawyers, physicians, health workers and engineers). Website: http://www.jean-monnet-chair-healthy.eu/index.html