• Aylin Yildiz, 'Sustainable Finance: No Time to Rest on our ESG Journey', Jindal Forum for International and Economic Laws (12 April 2022), available here

  • Forthcoming book: Aylin Yildiz Noorda, Climate Change, Disasters and People on the Move: Providing Protection under International Law, World Trade Institute Advanced Series, Brill (1 November 2022)

  • Forthcoming article: Aylin Yildiz, 'The Follow-up and Review Mechanisms of the Global Compacts: What Room Is There for Human Mobility in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change?', MDPI Special Issue: Rule of Law and Human Mobility in the Age of the Global Compacts (2022)

  • Article under peer-review: Aylin Yildiz and Ksenia Polonskaya, ‘Re-imagining Outer Space Mining: Sustainability and Due Diligence as International Minimum Standards’

  • Aylin Yildiz and Ksenia Polonskaya, ‘Re-Imagining Outer Space Mining: A Legal Framework to Chart Canadian Leadership in International Law’, policy brief submitted to the Canadian government during the consultations with the public on sustainable outer space practices (31 March 2021)

  • Aylin Yildiz, ‘Common Concern of Humankind in British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), Rising Sea Levels: Promoting Climate Justice through International Law (3 March 2021), available here

  • Aylin Yildiz, ‘Book Review of the “Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law”’, International Journal of Refugee Law, Oxford University Press (3 April 2020), available here

  • Aylin Yildiz and Dhanasree Jayaram, ‘What to expect in the upcoming Climate Action Summit? A Closer Look at the Small Island States’, online blog of Foraus (23 September 2019), available here

  • Dhanasree Jayaram and Aylin Yildiz, ‘What to expect in the upcoming Climate Action Summit? Climatisation and Disaster Risk Reduction’, online blog of Foraus (20 September 2019), available here

  • Elisa Fornale and Aylin Yildiz, ‘Indicators for Objective 2: Minimise the adverse drivers and structural factors that compel people to leave their country of origin’, in Elspeth Guild and Tugba Basaran (eds), The UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration: Indicators, Refugee Law Initiative Blog (8 August 2019), available here

  • Aylin Yildiz, ‘Planned Relocation in the Context of Climate Change: A Case Study of Fiji’, working paper presented at the Paths Panel II: The Authority of Legal Instruments, at the Graduate Institute of Geneva (16 May 2019), more information available here

  • Elisa Fornale and Aylin Yildiz, ‘Indicators for Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitate recognition of skills, qualifications and competences’, in Elspeth Guild and Tugba Basaran (eds), The UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration: Indicators, Refugee Law Initiative Blog (14 May 2019), available here

  • Aylin Yildiz, ‘AOSIS for Disaster Risk Reduction Advocacy: A Proposal for AOSIS to Engage In and Lead Disaster Risk Reduction Advocacy, policy brief submitted to Swiss think-tank Foraus (5 January 2019)

  • Aylin Yildiz, ‘Vunidogoloa village (2006-2014): The first climate-induced community relocation in Fiji, in the Geo Archives of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, as a part of the research project titled Climate Security with Local Authorities, available here

  • Elisa Fornale, Aylin Yildiz and Federica Cristani, ‘Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitate recognitionof skills, qualifications and competences’,in Elspeth Guild and Tugba Basaran (eds.), First Perspectives on the Zero Draft (5 February 2018) for the UN Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, Queen Mary University of London, School of Law -Legal Studies Research Paper No. 272/2018 (14 February 2018), 20-22, available here

  • She has also been preparing monthly newsletters titled 'Message in a Bottle', which aim to highlight recent news on climate change, migration, and the Pacific Island Countries and Territories. All issues are available here

  • Her other research outputs include: final reports of conferences (e.g. International Law Association's 79th Biennial Conference in Kyoto, Japan), and research proposals for funding applications (e.g. The Promotion of the Young Scholars Fund of the University of Bern, the International Law Association scholarship application, conference grant of Congressi Stefano Franscini)