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This contribution briefly discusses the methodological and conceptual issues faced by the ILC during its work on the responsibility of international organizations. It examines some of the key challenges faced by the ILC, including the lack of relevant international practice, and the diversity of international organizations. It argues that while the responsibility of international organizations remains an important topic for international law, the law is not yet developed enough for codification of secondary rules to apply to all international organizations. In some cases, this led the ILC to rely heavily on its Articles of States Responsibility. This approach pushed the work of the ILC closer to ‘progressive development’ of the law than to codification.

Affiliations: 1: a)Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam EU and Global Governance Professor of International Law and International Organizations Director, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies - Institute for International Law, University of Leuven President, Flemish Foreign Affairs Council, jan.wouters@ggs.kuleuven.be ; 2: b)Research Fellow, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies/Institute for International Law, KU Leuven, jed.odermatt@ggs.kuleuven.be

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This contribution briefly discusses the methodological and conceptual issues faced by the ILC during its work on the responsibility of international organizations. It examines some of the key challenges faced by the ILC, including the lack of relevant international practice, and the diversity of international organizations. It argues that while the responsibility of international organizations remains an important topic for international law, the law is not yet developed enough for codification of secondary rules to apply to all international organizations. In some cases, this led the ILC to rely heavily on its Articles of States Responsibility. This approach pushed the work of the ILC closer to ‘progressive development’ of the law than to codification.

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