The Graduate Institute of Geneva is hosting “International Law Dis/Oriented: Queer Legacies and Queer Futures” a virtual queer workshop on international law from September 27 to October 1, 2021.
The Workshop consists of ten different “Stations” where “Lead Travelers” engage with each other in conversations about queer analytical sensibilities and queer methods in the study of international law.
Two of the stations are public. For example, on Wednesday, September 29, there will be a conversation on gender theory in practice between Victor Madrigal Borloz (UN Independent Expert on sexual orientation and gender identity) and Dianne Otto (Professor at Melbourne Law School).
The private stations are limited on a first come – first served basis to ensure intimate and dynamic conversations.
The IntLawGrrls editorial team is delighted to welcome three new student editors to the blog: Yomidalys Güichardo, Hailey Petrick and Talia Heller.
Yomidalys Güichardo is a third-year law student at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Prior to attending Cardozo, she received a B.A. in Political Science and Writing from Syracuse University, where she spent a semester abroad in Strasbourg, France and in Hirakata, Japan. Her undergraduate studies in international relations and human rights led to her interest in international law. After law school, she hopes to pursue a career in international law, particularly in the areas of civil and political rights, refugee rights, or national security.
Hailey Petrick is a third-year law student at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. Prior to attending Cardozo, she received her B.A. in Sociology, with a minor in Psychology and Social Innovation & Social Entrepreneurship (SISE), from Tulane University in New Orleans. Through her undergraduate coursework, she developed a deep understanding of gender inequality in society. After graduating from Cardozo, Hailey plans on pursuing a career in international business transactions.
Talia Heller is a second year law student at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City. As an undergraduate, she attended Emerson College and received her B.F.A. in Acting and Writing. After graduating, she pursued a career in entertainment. She now hopes to be a strong legal advocate for the most vulnerable in society, domestically and internationally.
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► The International Law Association announced open registration forInternational Law Weekend (ILW) 2021 – International Law in Challenging Times, an annual conference, which will be held on October 28-30, 2021,virtually. The conference features 32 panels (many of which offer CLE) on an array of public and private international law topics, two keynote addresses, a High-Level Opening Plenary, and more than a dozen professional networking events. A full program of events is available here. Of note, this year ILW are pleased to provide a special offer of ILW 2021 registration and ABILA Membership (through December 31, 2022) for just $110 – a savings of at least $145 over two years. Students always attend for free. More information about this event can be found here.
This instalment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls for submissions to the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American Unviersity, as follows:
► The Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American University Washington College of Law, has announced it is currently accepting submissions to the upcoming 2022 Human Rights Essay Award Competition. The American University Washington College of Law will award two winners—one for submissions in English and one for submissions in Spanish—with a full scholarship (including lodging and transportation to and from Washington, D.C.) to complete the Certificate of Attendance or Diploma in the 2022 Program of Advanced Studies on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law which will take place from May 30 to June 17, 2022. The topic of the 2022 Award is “Climate Change and Human Rights: Impacts, Responsibilities, and Opportunities.” Participants have the flexibility to choose any subject related to this topic, however, the scope of the essay must directly relate to this year’s topic, or it will be disqualified. Deadline is January 31, 2022.
This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls to submit short articles for publication to the International Crimes Database as follows:
► The International Crimes Database, powered by the Asser Institute, has announced a call for submissions of short articles for publication in the online paper series “ICD Briefs”, which provides in-depth information and insights through short articles on international crimes and international criminal jurisprudence. The theme of the paper is “Ecocide as an International Crime? Perspective from Domestic and International Law”. For more information, please visit here or the Asser Institute website.
Interested authors should send an abstract (300 words) and a brief biography (100 words) to email@example.com by 1 October 2021. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by the ICD editorial team via e-mail by 15 October 2021 and will be subsequently invited to submit their full ICD Briefs by 1 January 2022.
The first multidisciplinary volume of its kind, this book is the product of two years of close collaboration to consider the various ways in which international human rights and rights-based approaches can promote public health and mental health policies and practices in the prevention of mass atrocity crimes—including war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide. In June 2019, the editors convened academics and practitioners engaged in work at the intersections of these disciplines across various contexts and at various intervention points along the continuum of harms that can be defined as identity-based violence and/or atrocity crimes. Represented among these scholars and practitioners were psychologists, sociologists, social psychologists, epidemiologists, public health practitioners, political scientists, legal scholars, human rights practitioners, anthropologists, historians, peace studies scholars, and philosophers. All participants recognized that multidisciplinary tools and frames were critical to their work in their respective disciplines to identify effective strategies to disrupt causal pathways of identity-based violence, human rights abuses, and mass atrocity crimes.
One result of this work is this edited volume, where the authors of each chapter dive deeply into the public health and mental health rights dilemmas that emerge from prevention efforts related to identity-based violence and mass atrocity crimes. In this book, the authors examine the ways they can adapt rights and health frameworks, methods, research, tools, and practice toward a more sophisticated and truly interdisciplinary understanding and application of atrocity prevention. In its totality, the book demonstrates the current state of these various fields and the intersecting themes within human rights, public health, mental health, and mass atrocity prevention and, importantly, future potential directions for next steps.
The T.M.C. Asser Institute is a research center for International and European law in the Hague. Its mission is to contribute to the development of International and European law by conducting independent fundamental research, policy-oriented research, and applied legal research. It is a leading and authoritative provider of postgraduate and executive education on International and European law.
T.M.C. Asser Institute is seeking a senior communications and marketing specialist with a general background in (online) communications, preferably in an academic environment.
For more information on this vacancy, click here. The deadline is September 15, 2021.
Go On! makes note of interesting conferences, lectures, and similar events.
► Maynooth University Law Department and the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy in SOAS announced open registration for a conference on the United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC), which will be held on November 19, 2021,virtually.
Individuals interested in presenting at this conference should submit the following requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10 September 2021. Successful applicants will not be required to submit a full paper to participate in the conference in November. Submissions should be composed of a Word doc. file, and should include:
The applicant’s name, academic position and institutional affiliation.
This instalment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, as follows:
► The NLIU International Trade Law Journal, a peer-reviewed annual publication of the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, is calling for submissions for its inaugural edition. The Journal aims to provide a forum for intellectual discourse and academic research into various themes of international trade law and associated fields. With an interdisciplinary approach, the Journal aspires to contribute to the niche but developing study of international economic laws. The Journal would serve as a platform for scholars to study varied areas of law that have an impact on world trade. Deadline is August 31, 2021.
For more detailed information about the Journal and its submission guidelines, please visit the NLIU website. In case of any questions, the editorial board can be reached at email@example.com
Call for Papers
We invite submissions from academicians, practitioners, researcher scholars, students and experts from within the legal community for manuscripts that assert and defend a well-reasoned position relating to international economic laws. The themes of interest include;
i) International trade law and policy
ii) International investment law and policy
iii) Trans-border dispute resolution
iv) International financial law
v) Global competition law
However, these themes are not exhaustive and the author may choose any interdisciplinary approach with regards to trade and allied laws. Authors willing to contribute to the journal are required to send in extended abstracts by 11:59 PM on 31st August, 2021 on the acceptance of which, full papers shall be submitted by 11:59 PM on 30th November, 2021(tentatively).