Dr Naomi Salmon LLB Wales, PhD

Dr Naomi Salmon

Lecturer

Contact Details

Additional Information

Representative work

Dr Naomi Salmon has become a councillor on Borth Community Council.

Interests

Member of Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales -

Member of the Welsh Grain Forum -

Coordinator, Llanbadarn Campus Growing Project.

Teaching

Module Coordinator
Lecturer
Tutor

Postgraduate teaching & assessment:

  • Contemporary Issues in Food Policy & Law;
  • Subsistence & Basic Welfare Rights;
  • Food, Ecology & the Law;
  • Disciplinary Perspectives on Research;
  • Supervision & examination of postgraduate research.

Undergraduate teaching and assessment:

  • Food Policy and Law;
  • Public Law;
  • Medicine Ethics and Law;
  • Criminal Law;
  • European Law;
  • Torts Law (Pre-natal negligence).

Teaching undertaken outside the Department:

  • Short Course - Contemporary Issues in Food Policy & Law, Department of Law, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, 28th April - 2nd May 2014.

  • Food Labelling & the Law, Guest Lecture, Catering Dept., Coleg Ceredigion, 2015.

  • Human Rights to Subsistence and Basic Welfare, Lectures & seminars delivered as part of a short course - The European System of Human Rights Protection - run by the Europa-Universit?t Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany.

  • An Overview of Advance Directives / Living Wills, A Presentation and Q&A session for carers organised by the Red-Cross Outreach Project, Ystwyth Surgery, Aberystwyth.

Research

Sustainability & Food Security; Human Rights; European Food Policy & Law; International Law & the Food Market; Regulatory Risk Analysis; Regulation of New Technologies in Food & Agriculture; Modern Biotechnology; Nanotechnologies, Agriculture, Food & the Law.

My research draws together these various strands to explore the boundaries between the rhetoric and reality of sustainability and consumer protection within the EU market arena. I am particularly interested in the way in which Community law seeks to address and mediate the conflicting interests of key stakeholders - industry, State and consumer. Much of my work on the regulation of food biotechnology focuses on issues of risk analysis - particularly risk management - and the development of law and policy in this highly controversial area. More recently, my interests have extended into wider issues of sustainability and food security. My doctoral thesis and current research explores the interface between consumer rights and human rights, testing the extent to which human rights argumentation might usefully be employed as a mechanism to lift key consumer rights out of the general mire of market regulation, thus promoting what must be the primary goal of any rational system of food governance: feeding the people, and feeding them well.

Publications

2016

Salmon, N. 2016. Food Futures: Food Security, Sustainable Diets and the Human Right to Food. Cambrian Law Review 45 (2014) pp. 125-165. Cadair

2015

Frost, D., Salmon, N. 2015. Affordable Food and Human Rights: Report of a Seminar held on 29th April 2015 as part of the Organic Centre Wales / BOBL Food Values Project . Organic Centre Wales Cadair

2009

Salmon, N. 2009. What's Cooking? From GM Food to Nanofood: Regulating Risk and Trade in Europe. Environmental Law Review 11 (2) pp. 97-115. 10.1350/enlr.2009.11.2.047 Cadair

Salmon, N. 2009. European Community Law and Nanotechnology: A Risky Business? Other Cadair

2008

Harding, C., Kohl, U., Salmon, N. 2008. Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic Actors. Taylor & Francis Cadair

Salmon, N. 2008. Size Matters When Nano is on the Menu. Other Cadair

Salmon, N. 2008. The European Laboratory: The Construction of Consumer Rights in Europe. In C. Harding., U. Kohl., N. Salmon. (eds) Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic Actors. Markets and the Law Taylor & Francis pp. 125-166. Cadair

Salmon, N.J. 2008. Nanotech: Size Really Does Matter. The Ecologist (May edition) pp. 16-17. Cadair

Salmon, N. 2008. Profit in the Beef Industry and Human Health: Consumer Rights as Basic Human Rights. In C. Harding., U. Kohl., N. Salmon. (eds) Human Rights in the Market Place: The Exploitation of Rights Protection by Economic Actors. Markets and the Law Taylor & Francis pp. 53-80. Cadair

2005

Salmon, N. 2005. Pregnancy GFI Wales: Follow Up Study: Lesbian perspectives on pregnancy, work and the 'written statement' of rights and responsibilities proposed by EOC Wales. Equal Opportunities Commission Wales, Cardiff Cadair Other

Salmon, N. 2005. The Internet and the Human Right to Food: The European Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed. Information and Communications Technology Law 14 (1) pp. 43-57. 10.1080/1360083042000325300 Cadair

Salmon, N. 2005. What's 'Novel' About It? Substantial Equivalence, Precaution and Consumer Protection 1997-2004. Environmental Law Review 7 (2) pp. 138-149. 10.1350/enlr.7.2.138.66480 Cadair

2002

Salmon, N. 2002. A European Perspective on the Precautionary Principle, Food Safety and the Free Trade Imperative of the WTO. European Law Review pp. 138-155. Cadair