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On 27 February, a team of lawyers defensing one of the Guantanamo detainees visited PluriCourts for general advise on how to apply international law in the ongoing trials.
The defense team met with a number of experts on international law for a fuitful discussion.
Read more about this in Uniforum (the article is in Norwegian only)
Marking the International Women's Day, Sofie A.E. Høgestøl, PhD Candidate, wrote an op-ed article on women's rights in Saudi Arabia.
Geir Ulfstein comments the situation in Ukraine and the ongoing conflict with Russia in the light of international law. Who has the law on their side?
PluriCourts research fellow Sofie Høgestøl received a 44 000 NOK grant from the Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund to finance her field work in Sierra Leone.
The Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas (UiO), MultiRights: The Legitimacy of Multi-Level Human Rights Judiciary, PluriCourts: Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order (UiO), and the Norwegian Kant Society organise a summeer course on Human Rights, International Law, and Cosmopolitanism (HIC)
MultiRights' principal investigator, Andreas Føllesdal, is one of the four experts responding to Professor Chris Amstrongs' arguments on 'Just how good are national claims to the great wealth contained in SWFs in the first place?'
Det ville være dramatisk om Norge kuttet forbindelsen til Den europeiske menneskerettsdomstolen. En replikk til Bjørgulv Braanen.
Conference at iCourts, University of Copenhagen, 11-12 September 2014.
Deadline for paper submission: 1 March 2014.
Andreas Føllesdal and Geir Ulfstein were interviewed in the latest newsletter of the Centre for Advance Study (CAS) at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. A research project that began with a one-year research stay at CAS has now become PluriCourts - a Norwegian Centre of Excellence.
Anne Hellum and Henriette Sinding Aasen have edited one more volume of the prestigious Cambridge University Press new series Studies on Human Rights Conventions: Women's Human Rights: CEDAW in International, Regional and National Law.
The PhD project will be linked to the Centre of Excellence PluriCourts. The primary research objective of PluriCourts is to analyse and assess the legitimate current and future roles of the international courts and tribunals in the international and domestic order.
Andreas Følledal, Birgit Peters and Geir Ulfstein (members of the MultiRights' team) have edited one more volume of the prestigious Cambridge University Press new series Studies on Human Rights Conventions: Constituting Europe: The European Court of Human Rights in a National, European and Global Context.
Andreas Føllesdal is participating in a debat on the principles and the spirit of the Norwegian Constitution in Aftenposten.
Post doctoral MultiRights Fellow Reidar Maliks will teach a course in international political philosophy with emphasis in human rights (Fordypning - Etikk og praktisk filosofi) beginning on 28 January.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo announces two PhD fellowships in law, inter alia for affiliation with PluriCourts.
Helen Keller and Geir Ulfstein (Head of the MultiRights' Legal Research Team) have edited the first volume of the prestigious Cambridge University Press new series Studies on Human Rights Conventions.
The Burgen Scholarships is awarded by the Academy of Europe - Academia Europaea- to early stage scholars at the post-doctoral level who show great potential in their respective fields.
Føllesdal and Hix' article "Whay there is a Democratic Deficit in the EU: A Response to Majone and Moravcsik" was chosen by the readership of Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS)
The MultiRights project is offering two new positions for Postdoctoral research fellows with a duration of 3 years each. One of the positions is in Philosophy/Political Theory, and the other one is in Law.
- Prosjektet skal undersøke legitimiteten til menneskerettighetsdomstoler og liknende organer på flere nivåer - særlig nasjonalt, europeisk og internasjonalt, sier Andreas Føllesdal.
SMR-professoren leder prosjektet The Legitimacy of Multi-level Human Rights Judiciary i nært faglig samarbeid med professor Geir Ulfstein. Prosjektet har mottatt nærmere 2,5 millioner euro i Advanced Grant fra Det europeiske forskningsrådet.