On the occasion of the ESIL 12th Annual Conference (Riga, 8-10 September 2016, titled “How International Law Works in Times of Crisis”) the ESIL Interest Group on the History of International Law (http://esilhil.blogspot.com/) hereby invites submissions, in English or in French, for its annual Workshop.
There has been a remarkable rise in the number of decisions issued by judicial and quasijudicial human rights bodies at different levels, especially during the last two decades. In this context, the role of universal and regional human rights instruments and institutions has increased, and thus more debate on their roles and impact should take place.
The 12th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law will take place in Rīga, Latvia, hosted by the Riga Graduate School of Law in cooperation with the Latvian Constitutional Court.
Barcelona Workshop on Global Governance. Adaptation and Change in Global Governance
4 & 5 February 2016 – IBEI & ESADEgeo, Barcelona
Call for Papers
Trust, Social Capital and Networks: A different perspective on Intertional Courts - Call for papers
Organised by iCourts, Centre of Excellence for International Courts.
The workshop, which will take place in February 2016 at iCourts, University of Copenhagen, aims to provide participants with the opportunity to think through and develop a new research agenda on social capital, networks and trust to be applied to understand International Courts and legal regimes.
International Conference Transparency vs Confidentiality in International Economic Law:
Looking for an Appropriate Balance
Friday 20 November 2015
Ravenna, School of Law - Via Oberdan 1
The Junior International Law Scholars Association (JILSA) has issued a call for papers for its annual meeting, to be held January 22, 2016, at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. Here's the call:
The United Nations is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. The world continues to grapple with challenges posed by violent conflicts, terrorism, human migration, environmental disasters, and severe human rights violations. In addition, recent financial crises and technological advances pose growing threats to the international community.
The Scientific Committee of the International Conference "Transparency vs Confidentiality in International Economic Law: Looking for an Appropriate Balance" organizes a call for papers -the papers should be written in English, unpublished and in an advanced stage of completion.
The call for papers should address one of the following four issues:
I) Transparency v. Confidentiality in IEL International Negotiations
The Annual Junior Faculty Forum for International Law is delighted to announce its yearly call for applications for the fifth Forum, which will be held at New York University School of Law on Monday June 27, Tuesday June 28 and Wednesday June 29, 2016.