The African Network of Constitutional Lawyers (ANCL), in collaboration with the Department of law at the University of Botswana and partners, is organising the next ANCL Biennial Conference in Gaborone – Botswana in 2018 on the theme “Courts, Power and Constitutional Law in Africa”.
Call for Papers
Contingency in the Course of International Law:
How International Law Could Have Been
14-16 June 2018
Keynote: Fleur Johns (UNSW)
Closing Address: Samuel Moyn (Yale)
Call for Papers: Deadline 1 September 2017
According to the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2016, “a complex and rapidly changing set of dynamics in global terrorism” can be identified these days, with a considerable number of countries improving their GTI scores, but with many moderately affected countries also experiencing record levels of terrorism.
In the second half of the 20th century, discourses about the requirement for States to comply with standards of democratic governance have acquired prominence in international thought and practice. Such discourses came to be nurtured by a dramatic wave of writings in the 1990s and 2000s. It is commonly said that such a turn in international legal scholarship was triggered by, inter alia, the 1992 seminal article The Emerging Right to Democratic Governance of Thomas Franck in the American Journal of International Law.
The International Law in Domestic Courts Interest Group of the American Society of International Law has issued a call for papers for its annual works-in-progress workshop, to take place December 8, 2017, at UCLA School of Law.
The Polar Cooperation Research Centre (PCRC) is proud to announce its third international symposium to be held on 7–9 December 2017. The PCRC’s distinct research approach to the Arctic is aimed at establishing and strengthening the international legal and institutional framework so as to bring stability and foreseeability in the future of the Arctic. Increasingly, the challenges faced in the Arctic can no longer be addressed or tackled only within the Arctic both geographically and functionally.
Call for Papers
International Investment Treaties and National Governance
The Centre for International Law at the National University of Singapore is pleased to announce a call for papers for a workshop, entitled “International Investment Treaties and National Governance”, which shall take place on 16 -17 November 2017 in Singapore.
EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW PRAGUE-NOTTINGHAM SYMPOSIUM: NON-UN SANCTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW 5 May 2017: Institute of International Relations, Prague 10 November 2017: Nottingham International Law and Security Centre, University of Nottingham CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE NOTTINGHAM EVENT: EFFECTIVENESS, IMPACT AND MONITORING OF NON-UN SANCTIONS