Elkanah O. Babatunde
Elkanah Babatunde works as a research and administrative assistant in the Global Risk Governance programme. His major responsibility includes the conduct of research, administration and management of the website, the library database via Mendeley and other academic research.
He obtained his LLB degree at the University of Benin, Nigeria and practised shortly as a lawyer in Nigeria. He also completed his LLM in Human Rights Law at the University of Cape Town. He is currently undertaking his PhD at the same institution. His interests centre around issues of human rights and global environmental governance.
His publications include:
- Babatunde, E.O. (2020) ‘Distributive justice in the age of climate change’ 33(2) Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence.
- Babatunde, E.O. (2019) ‘In the light of different national circumstances: Equity and climate change under the Paris Agreement’ vol. IV (2) Cambridge Law Review 105.
- Babatunde, E.O. (2019) 'Rulebook for a changing climate' YaleGlobal Online.
- Babatunde, E.O. (2017) ‘ECOWAS intervention in Gambia: A case study of the international law on the use of force and democratic governance.’ 6(2) University College London, Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 46.
- Babatunde, E.O. (2017) ‘Torture by the Nigerian Police Force: International obligations, national responses and the way forward’ 2(1) Strathmore Law Review 169.