Domus Nova, 5th floor
St. Olavs plass 5 (map)
The authors' workshop addresses several of the central philosophical issues and offer alternative frames to orient further legal and empirical research required to assess the legitimacy of ICTs: individual courts or tribunals and the global judiciary as a whole.
The Legitimacy in International Law and International Relations.
The Legitimacy of Human Rights Courts: A Grounded Interpretivist Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights.
On the Functions of the International Courts: an Appraisal in Light of their Burgeoning Public Authority.
The third PluriCourts Lunch introduces guest researcher Camila Gianella Malca who will talk about using International courts to enforce sexual and reproductive rights by focusing on the case of Peru´s forced sterilization and abortion cases.
The MultiRights Reading Group will meet to discuss Michel Rosenfeld's article published by the Southern California Law Review Vol. 74: 1307.
Book chapter by Birgit Peters (formerly Schlütter).
Article published by Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Volume 14, No 2, 2013
By Marjan Ajevski, Postdoctoral Fellow, MultiRights
By Birgit Schlütter, Postdoctoral Fellow collaborating with the MultiRights Project