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oficina_20 Call for Papers: The Judicial Power of Africa’s Supranational Courts / Le pouvoir judiciaire des Cours supranationales d’Afrique        

Source: International Law Reports

June 14, 2018

A call for papers for junior scholars has been issued for a conference on “The Judicial Power of Africa’s Supranational Courts / Le pouvoir judiciaire des Cours supranationales d’Afrique,” to take place September 21, 2018, at the University of Luxembourg. Here’s the call: Leer el resto de esta entrada »

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IMG_0901 Convocatoria abierta: Curso Especializado para Funcionarias/os de Estado sobre Utilización del Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos          

Fuente:Instituto Interamericano de Derechos Humanos

A partir de hoy y hasta el 30 de junio de 2018, inclusive, estará abierta la etapa de postulaciones al “Curso Especializado para Funcionarias/os de Estado sobre Utilización del Sistema Interamericano de Protección de los Derechos Humanos”.

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mundo_02 Leiden Law School Conference: The EU as a Global Actor in Maritime Security

Source: Ejil Talk

June 03, 2018

Leiden Law School hosts a conference on ‘The EU as a Global Actor in Maritime Security: Competences – Obligations – Accountability’. It takes place in the framework of the ILS 2.0 research project ‘Policing the high seas: maritime law-enforcement in a multi-actor environment’ and is organised by the Europa Institute in cooperation with four Interest Groups of the European Society of International Law (ESIL): the Interest Groups on the EU as a Global Actor, on Migration and Refugee Law, on International Human Rights Law, and on the Law of the Sea. Leer el resto de esta entrada »

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mundo_04Call for Applications: On the Origins of International Legal Thought     

Source: Ejil Talk

June 03, 2018

The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge will host a seminar on Friday 7 December 2018, ‘On the Origins of International Legal Thought’. Participation is open to academics from around the world. Between three and four positions are available to be filled. Although the call is open to historians and legal scholars working in any period from Ancient Rome to the present, preference will be shown towards historical research framed within the period between 1860 and 1939, especially if concern is shown for private international law, public international law, or legal/state personality in this period. Sympathy towards imperial, interpolitical, and/or interreligious perspectives will be especially welcome. Leer el resto de esta entrada »

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2_14_NACIONES_GCall for Applications: 2018 United Nations Regional Course in International Law for Asia-Pacific           

Source: Ejil Talk

June 03, 2018

The 2018 United Nations Regional Course in International Law for Asia-Pacific is organized by the Codification Division of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs in cooperation with the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). Leer el resto de esta entrada »

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oficina_20Call for Submissions: Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law       

Source:International Law Reports

May 29, 2018

The Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law has issued a call for submissions on the theme “Weapons Law” for its forthcoming volume 21 (2018). Here’s the call: Leer el resto de esta entrada »

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23b632c4_l_2Call for papers: Making international law work for women post-conflict- new voices  

Source: International Law Grlls

June 02, 2018

Transition from conflict to durable peace, defined as more than merely an absence of hostilities, is without the doubt a key priority for states emerging from conflicts and situations of gross human rights violations. International law plays a major part in this complex process. However, feminist international lawyers have argued that the discipline of international law has been largely developed by men and in ways which reflect male experiences, therefore legitimising women’s unequal position both in the context of international law as well as in national and international affairs. Leer el resto de esta entrada »