This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls to submit contributions to the first book on International Criminal Court (ICC), tentatively titled: Feminist Judgments: Re-imagining the International Criminal Court.
Professor Louise Chappell, Dr. Rosemary Grey, and Dr. Kcasey McLoughlin of the Australian Human Rights Institute are inviting contributions to segments of the ICC book. The project focuses on the significant gap in ICC research, particularly the contribution of judges to the Court’s poor conviction record for sexual and gender-based crimes and their application of gender-sensitive judging in general. Using a feminist judgments methodology, the research aims to provide new knowledge for judges, legal experts, and scholars to improve accountability for sexual and gender-based crimes and to support a gender-sensitive approach to adjudication. Applications are due June 4, 2021 and final contributions must be submitted by March 31, 2022.
To find more information about the project, qualifications, and writing guidelines please click here.