Write On! ASIL Int’l Organizations Interest Group Seeks Abstracts by Dec. 1

This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls for workshop abstracts as follows: 

The International Organizations Interest Group (IOIG) of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) welcomes abstract submissions for its biennial work-in-progress workshop, to be held on Friday 15 March 2019 at Seton Hall School of Law in Newark, NJ.

► Abstracts must relate to the study of international organizations (broadly defined). We particularly encourage submissions on one of the ASIL Executive Council’s signature topics: “Atrocity Prevention: The Role of International Law and Justice”; and “Beyond National Jurisdiction: Human Activities in the Oceans, Polar Regions, Cyberspace and Outer Space.” To submit an abstract, please email the Co-Chairs and Vice-Chair Maria Panezi, Bart Smit Duijzentkunst and Melinda Kuritzky at ioig@asil.org by midnight on Saturday, 1 December 2018.

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Go On! Health Systems Through Crisis and Recovery Training Course in Pisa, Italy

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►Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna is now accepting applicants for its training course on Health Systems through Crisis and Recovery. The course will take place from April 8-19, 2019 in Pisa, Italy. The volatility and complexity of conflict and post-conflict contexts pose daunting challenges to health workers – both national and international – who are called to rehabilitate derelict health structures. Lack of properly prepared professionals in this field has often resulted in reconstruction efforts characterized by weak analysis, little understanding, inadequate planning and poor implementation. This training programme intends to alleviate this gap.

►Applicants must have a university degree or the equivalent of 3 years of relevant working experience. They must have a sound working knowledge of English. The deadline to apply is February 20, 2019 (an early bird discount is reserved for candidates applying before the 8th of January 2019).

► Click here for more information. Applicants should submit their application online here.

Write On! Wilberforce Institute Critical Perspectives on Modern Slavery

This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls for conference paper proposals as follows: 

►The University of Hull’s Wilberforce Institute and the University of Warwick seeks paper proposals for its conference on Critical Perspectives on “Modern Slavery”: Law, Policy and Society. This one-day interdisciplinary conference aims to explore the issue of “modern slavery” through providing a platform to critique related legal, ideological, political and policy responses.

► Interested applicants may submit a paper, panel and poster presentations. Abstracts of proposed papers (300 words) should be sent with a short bio via email to both of the organising committee: Dr Elizabeth A. Faulkner, Contemporary Slavery Lecturer, Wilberforce Institute, University of Hull E.A.Faulkner@hull.ac.uk and Dr Laura Lammasniemi, Assistant Professor, Law School, University of Warwick Laura.Lammasniemi@warwick.ac.uk. Deadline for abstract: Thursday 31 January 2019.

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iCourts PhD Summer School Registration Open

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► The Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) at the University of Copenhagen invites interest participants to register for its high-level PhD Summer School Program in collaboration with PluriCourts (the Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order) of the University of Oslo. iCourts welcomes students working on international courts in their social and political context. They particularly welcome students who are writing up a PhD thesis that involves a strong focus on methodology.

►The program will take place from June 17-21, 2019. The deadline for submission is February 1, 2019. Click here for more information on how to register.

Go On! Harris World Law Institute Conference on Gun Violence Crisis

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► The Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute at the Washington University School of Law invites the public to attend the “Interdisciplinary and Human Rights Approaches to the Gun Violence Crisis in the United States” conference on November 2, 2018. This conference will bring together leading scholars and experts in the fields of law, psychiatry, sociology, medicine, and public policy to discuss the U.S. gun violence crisis from multiple angles. The conference will be held in Anheuser-Busch Hall (Room 305) at Washington University School of Law.  CLE credit available.  

►Click here for more information on how to register.

 

 

 

Write On! Call for Abstracts for Yearbook of Int’l Disaster Law

This installment of Write On!, our periodic compilation of calls for papers, includes calls for abstracts for the inaugural issue of the Yearbook of International Disaster Law as follows: 

►For its inaugural issue (vol. 1, 2018) the YIDL welcome submissions of abstracts for papers addressing topics pertaining to any issue of international disaster law. Abstracts shall be sent by November 15, 2018 at the e-mail address: info@yearbookidl.org. The YIDL also welcomes suggestions for book reviews.

►Abstracts should be between 700-1,000 words, including relevant citations. Authors are also kindly requested to attach a short curriculum vitae to their e-mail. 

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Five PhD Scholarships for iCourts at University of Copenhagen

iCourts, Centre of Excellence for International Courts, Faculty of Law at the University of Copenhagen is launching its new research agenda and invites applications for five fully funded three-year PhD scholarships. They are looking for innovative and original ideas that combine law and other related disciplines. They are particularly interested in projects that can advance the iCourts 2.0 agenda, as well as the agenda of their new ERC projects.

Successful candidates can begin June 1, 2019.  

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