Docent at Tilburg University, Karlijn van Blom, will present the work of the German jurist Georg Friedrich von Martens, and his impact on the 18th century international law.
Speaker: Gentian Zyberi.
Mag. Dr. Karin Schneider, from University of Innsbruck, will present the Congress of Achen and it's role in the international law.
Speaker: Amrei Müller.
The event will introduce the main research topics of PluriCourts, a Norwegian Centre of Excellence.
Incorrect dates were announced. The correct dates are Aug 30 and 31 2014.
This conference seeks papers pursuing empirical, normative, comparative or theoretical approaches to the study of ICTs. We welcome contributions from law and social science, including philosophy, sociology, criminology, psychology and history.
Professor of Legal History, Aniceto Masferrer, (University of Valencia) will present the principles of national sovereignity in Spain around 1800, taking the Constitution of Cádiz as an example.
Speaker: Juan C. Ochoa-Sanchez, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law.
Speaker Morten Ruud.
Speaker Cecilia M. Bailliet.
This conference is a part of "The transformation of international law and Norwegian sovereignty in 1814", a research project at the Center for Advanced Study at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.
Dr. Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, from the University of Genoa, will present the Swiss philosopher Emer de Vattel and his impact on the international law.
Speaker: Ingvill Thorson Plesner, Norsk senter for menneskerettigheter.
Speaker Christina Voigt.
Women’s human rights and culture: challenges for international law
Speaker: Halvor Sætre, Utenriksdepartementet.
Speaker: Astrid Kjeldgaard-Pedersen, University of Copenhagen/ILPI.
As part of the CAS-visit to Vienna we invite to the following seminar in cooperation with the University of Vienna.
Counter-terrorism, Human Rights and International Criminal Courts.
Speakers: Gro Nystuen and Cecilie Hellestveit, International Law and Policy Institute (ILPI).
Jo Stigen presents the recent genocide judgment from Oslo City Court.
European Court of Human Rights: the Case of El-Masri v. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (GC) (2012). Application no. 39630/09. The case concerns 'extraordinary rendition' by Macedonia as part of CIA terrorist operations.
Speaker Geir Ulfstein.
Speaker Cecilie Hellestveit, International Law and Policy Institute.
A draft declaration on the right of peoples to peace has been prepared by an UN Human Rights Council appointed Advisory Board.
The seminar will address this draft declaration which focuses on standards relating to international peace and security as core standards (elements of negative peace, absence of violence), and includes standards in the areas of peace education, development, the environment, and victims and vulnerable groups as elements of a positive peace.