Announcements: International and Comparative Disaster Law Essay Contest.
Source: Ejil Talk
June 3, 2017
The second annual “International and Comparative Disaster Law Essay Contest” has been launched and the call for abstract is out (see here for awards, potential topics and criteria).
This contest is co-sponsored by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the American Society of International Law Disaster Law Interest Group (ASIL DLIG), the Jean Monnet Module on “International and EU Law” of Roma Tre University and the International Disaster Law Project. Essays may examine any issue related to law and disasters from an international or a comparative law perspective. It is open to current and recently graduated students (including PhD and master programs). Abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) should be received no later than 7 July. Authors of the most promising abstracts are requested to submit full essays by 31 October 2017. Awards: A monetary prize (Euro 500); Annual membership ASIL; Winner paper and papers with “honourable mention” published as a “Working Paper” of the IFRC’s Disaster Law Programme. Authors will retain copyright of their papers. Full details here.