Chapter 8: Potential benefits of PPI recognition in international law
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Chapter 8 reviews what potential benefits PPIs may obtain if recognized in international law, including legal rights and capacities. Those rights and capacities pertain both to PPI organizations and to members that are States and international organizations. The topic of privileges and immunities is addressed along with implications for fairness and equity. Customary law and practice analysis is less helpful, given the recent rise in PPI activities.

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