Greetings from charming Riga, Latvia, where I’ve just arrived to attend the European Society of International Law’s Annual Meeting. Happy to see some IntLawGrrls representation on the program, from Anne van Aaken moderating the first panel (How International Law Works in Times of Crisis) to Alice Edwards moderating a panel entitled The Refugee (Law) Crisis. Perhaps of greatest interest to IntLawGrrls readers will be an Agora moderated by one of our newest members, Bérénice Schramm, on The Gendered Imaginaries of Crisis in International Law, at 11 am on Friday in Diena Hall. Speakers on this bilingual Agora include Marion Blondel and Zeynep kıvılcım, who will be presenting in French; in English will be the wonderful Diane Otto (who is somehow not yet an IntLawGrrl, but I’ll work on it!) and yours truly. In her capacity as the coordinator of OLYMPE, which offers a forum for francophone feminist voices in international law, Bérénice has organized a lunch co-sponsored by IntLawGrrls after the Agora. We encourage IntLawGrrls readers and contributors to come to find me or Bérénice at the end of Agora 8 if you’d like to join us!