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9643A99C-48A8-41E0-AB29-70BA878E574ACall for Papers II Congreso bienal sobre Seguridad Jurídica y Democracia
Fuente: Congreso Seguridad Jurídica 
En ocasión de la celebración del II Congreso bienal sobre Seguridad Jurídica y Democracia en Iberoamérica, las instituciones organizadoras del evento hacen una llamada a la recepción de trabajos con el objeto de ser presentados en el evento como ponencias. Las condiciones de la llamada son las siguientes:


1. Los trabajos deberán ser inéditos y desarrollar o aplicar todos o parte de los indicadores de seguridad jurídica generados en el primer congreso. Podrán ser de contenido teórico o presentar información empírica que sustente los resultados de aplicar los indicadores a un País o Región. Puede encontrarse la propuesta de indicadores en el último capítulo del libro Cruz Moratones, C., Ferrer Beltrán, J. y Fernández Blanco, C. (eds.): Seguridad Jurídica y Democracia en Iberoamérica, Marcial Pons, Madrid, 2015. Una versión electrónica de la propuesta se puede consultar en la web http://www.congresoseguridadjuridica.com, en el apartado Indicadores de Seguridad Jurídica.
2. Los trabajos deberán ser enviados al correo catedradeculturajuridica@udg.edu antes del próximo día 30 de junio de 2016. Deberán enviarse en formato word o similar, a espacio y medio, y tener un mínimo de 8500 palabras y un máximo de 20.000.
3. Podrán enviarse tanto trabajos individuales como colectivos, escritos en castellano o portugués.
4. Se constituirá una comisión de expertos para seleccionar los dos mejores trabajos, siguiendo la metodología de revisión por pares anónima y pudiendo, en su caso, dejar también desierta la selección si estima que no reúnen la calidad suficiente. Los autores de los trabajos seleccionados dispondrán de un espacio de exposición como ponentes en el congreso, en el panel de indicadores de seguridad jurídica. La exposición oral podrá hacerse en castellano o portugués.
5. Se hará pública la selección de trabajos seleccionados el 31 de julio y la organización del congreso se hará cargo de los gastos de viaje, alojamiento e inscripción de una persona por cada trabajo seleccionado.
6. Los autores de los trabajos seleccionados deberán ceder los derechos de los mismos a la COMJIB y la Cátedra de Cultura Jurídica. Los trabajos serán publicados en la editorial Marcial Pons, en el libro que recoja los resultados del congreso.

wm192762ttCall for Papers: IV Conferencia Bienal de la Sociedad Latinoamericana de Derecho Internacional 

Source: International Law Reporter 
The Latin American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its fourth biennial conference, to be held August 25-27, 2016, in Santiago, Chile. The theme is “América Latina y el Orden Mundial Contemporáneo: Balance y Perspectivas desde la Integración Regional.” The call is here.

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Go On! 2016 Journal of Int’l Law Symposium ‘Global Justice for Women: Advancing Equality’ – Feb. 19 at Santa Clara University 
Source: IntLaw Grrls 
On Feb. 19, 2016, the Center for Global Law and Policy , the Center for Social Justice and Public Service, and the Journal of International Law at Santa Clara University School of Law will host a symposium on “Global Justice for Women: Advancing Equality“.
Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro is President and CEO of Global Fund for Women and a passionate advocate for women and girls’ health and human rights, and social change philanthropy. Dr. Kanyoro is an accomplished leader with three decades of experience managing international non-governmental organizations, global programs, and ecumenical agencies in cross-cultural contexts. In addition to being a sought after public speaker who inspires people, mobilizes action and resources, Dr. Kanyoro has authored numerous articles, opinion pieces and written or co-edited seven books.
Dr. Kanyoro also serves on several International Boards and working groups including the Aspen Leaders Council, the UN High level Taskforce for Reproductive Health, CARE, and the UN Women Civil Society Advisory Board and PEPFAR Scientific Advisory Board.
The symposium will host panel discussions on the following topics:
Human Trafficking and Immigration
Health and Safety
Economic Equality
Agents of Change
The event will take place at the Locatelli Center, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053.
For more information and to register, visit http://law.scu.edu/event/journal-of-international-law-symposium-advancing-global-justice-for-women/.

IMG_0736Go On! iCourts/PluriCourts PhD Summer School on ‘International Law: Courts and Contexts’ (deadline 1 April) 
Source: IntLaw Grrls 
The Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts), Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen and PluriCourts (Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order) are hosting a high-level summer school in Copenhagen June 20-24, 2016, for PhD students working on international courts in their social and political context. They particularly welcome students who are writing up a PhD thesis that involves a strong focus on methodology.
The deadline to register is 1 April, 2016. Link: http://jura.ku.dk/phd/english/calender/2016/summer-school-2016/

23b632c4_l_2Conference: European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past 
Source: International Law Reporter 
On February 26, 2016, the European Court of Human Rights and the European Society for International Law will co-host a conference on “European Convention on Human Rights and the Crimes of the Past,” at the premises of the Court in Strasbourg. Registration is open. The program is here.

books-441866_1280Announcements: ANZSIL Call for Papers & Panel Proposals; ESIL Paper Series; Responsibility to Protect Workshop; UCL Journal Call for Submissions; University of Reading Postgraduate Programme; Protection of Human Rights & Environment Training
Source: EJIL Talk 
1. Call for Papers & Panel Proposals: 24th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law. This ANZSIL conference will take place from 30 June 2016 to Saturday 2 July 2016 at University House, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. The theme of the conference is International Law of the Everyday: Fieldwork, Friction & Fairness, and participants are invited to reflect on what comprises the everyday of international law and how international law shapes the everyday. The Conference Organising Committee invites paper submissions reflecting on these themes in any area of public and private international law. Also invited are proposals for panels comprised of three to four papers in circumstances where the presenters concerned are already in conversation, or would find it useful to be so assembled. Details of the submission process for proposals can be found in this flyer. Submissions must be sent by 26 February 2016.
2. ESIL Paper Series. The latest instalments in the European Society of International Law’s Paper Series have been published, featuring 8 papers from its 2015 Annual Conference and 7 papers from its 2015 Research Forum. The complete collection of papers from the ESIL Series is available here.
3. Lincoln Law School Responsibility to Protect Workshop. On 22 April 2016, Lincoln Law School will host the workshop ‘Evaluating the Impact of the Responsibility to Protect – 10 years on: An idea whose time has come and gone?’. This workshop will focus on the effectiveness and implementation of the Responsibility to Protect (RtoP), and brings together eminent scholars in the field and academics currently undertaking research into the implementation of RtoP. Key speakers include, Dr Aiden Hehir, University of Westminster; Professor James Pattison, University of Manchester; and Dr Justin Morris, University of Hull. We will also be joined by Dr Alexandra Bohm, University of Sheffield; Dr Sarah Sargeant, University of Buckingham; and Dr Stuart Wallace, University of Nottingham. Registration is available here and costs £15. The workshop will run between 10am and 6pm, lunch and refreshments will be provided. Contact Dr. Graham Melling (gmelling@lincoln.ac.uk) or Dr. Christy Shucksmith (cshucksmith@lincoln.ac.uk) for further information.
4. Call for Submissions: UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence. The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence is a law journal run by postgraduate students of the UCL Faculty of Laws. The Journal appears twice a year and is available open access. The Editorial Board is pleased to call for submissions for the second issue of 2016. This will be our ‘City Issue’ and the Editorial Board welcomes submissions that engage with this general theme. The topic is broadly conceived and leaves scope for any area of law or jurisprudence (domestic, regional or international) that is deemed to be ‘City’ related, including, for example, banking and finance, regulation, capital markets, trusts, tax, IP, corporate or international economic law. Submissions could be theoretical, doctrinal or aimed at practice. The deadline for submissions is 30th April 2016. Manuscripts must be uploaded via the submissions section on our website. For further information and guidelines for authors please visit our website.
5. New Postgraduate Programme in Global Crisis, Conflict, and Disaster Management at the University of Reading. The School of Law at the University of Reading is delighted to announce a new programme for 2016/17: LLM/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate in Global Crisis, Conflict, and Disaster Management. This new and innovative programme examines the role of global law, policy, and practice across the spectrum of possible crises, conflicts, ‘man-made’ and ‘natural’ disasters. The programme addresses a number of overarching themes and questions, such as: responding to crises, conflicts, or disasters, the relationship between law and non-legal disciplines, humanitarianism, sustainability, resilience, disaster risk reduction, and disaster management. Applications are now open and are processed on a rolling basis. For further information, please see here.
6. Training on the Protection of Human Rights & Environment. This training, run by the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights from 7 – 11 March 2016, is intended for environmentalists and human rights advocates, staff of NGOs and national environmental and human rights institutions, representatives of governments, and staff of UN bodies and other international organizations, as well as members of academia. It will provide participants with a broad understanding of the synergies and tensions between the legal protection of human rights and the environment, and an in-depth knowledge on how to promote environmental protection through existing human rights mechanisms. The deadline for applications is 26 January 2016 (for those who require a visa) and 12 February 2016 (for those who do not require a visa). Further information can be found here.

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