Space Law

A Set of Best Practices for Developing Space Legislation in Africa

An overview of best practices that can serve as a model for developing relevant legislation in African countries increasing their commercial activities in space.

2024-02-13T16:33:45+01:00February 13th, 2024|Tags: , , , |

Report on the Implementation of the United Nations Long-Term Sustainability Guidelines (2020-2022)

Executive Summary In September 2020, the Space Generation Advisory Council’s Space Law and Policy Project Group established the Space Sustainability subgroup. The aim of the subgroup was to raise awareness about the Guidelines on the Long Term Sustainability of Space Activities 2019 (LTS) of the United Nations Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) and understand the level

2023-06-13T21:54:27+02:00June 13th, 2023|Tags: , , , , |

The Challenges of Dual-Use Space Technologies: the Non-Peaceful Use of Satellites

Satellites are part and parcel of societies around the world: from telecommunications to global navigation systems, they are used for both commercial and scientific purposes. However, satellites also have non-peaceful applications. The sooner a consensus on the non-peaceful use of satellites is reached, the better it will be for all nations and for the peaceful conduct of outer space activities.

2024-02-10T17:11:28+01:00April 14th, 2023|Tags: , , |

An interview with Christopher Johnson

Welcome to the new blog of the SGAC Space Law and Policy Project Group! On 15 January 2021, members of the SGAC Space Law and Policy Project Group interviewed one of the group founders, Christopher Johnson, who is now an accomplished space law advisor at the Secure World Foundation (SWF) and a space law educator at Georgetown Law and the

, 2021-02-02T22:29:36+01:00February 2nd, 2021|Tags: |

When Law Meets Space

There are few places where the idea of a space lawyer is accepted at face value. Space law is a niche area of the law that most people have never even considered. However, space law is a thriving area both within the aerospace industry as a vocation and the legal field in general. The United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UNCOPUOS) and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) created the five major building blocks of international space law.

2020-03-03T09:48:39+01:00February 26th, 2020|Tags: , |
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