Solidarity for Peace: Approaches within International Law
Following the invasion of Ukraine, the international community has expressed solidarity in pursuit of a peaceful resolution. Within International Law, what legal solidarity approaches can be taken by states?
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The event will be livestreamed.
International Law is a framework for organizing international relations across a range of domains, including war, diplomacy, trade, and human rights. What tools within this framework can be put to use in order to achieve peace in Ukraine?
Academic Panel on Solidarity Approaches within International Law: In order to shed light on the topic, we have gathered a panel of scholars with expertise in the field of International Law.
The panel will first discuss the link between solidarity and peace civil society activism, and then present different solidarity approaches and challenges across a range of legal fields – accountability for aggression, the need to resettle refugees from the Ukraine, the role of Information Politics, and legal approaches to Energy Solidarity.
The event is part 1 of our Solidarity for Peace Seminar. Part 2 is a Student Engagement for Solidarity Session
LIVESTREAM: Do you have a question for the panel? Go to menti.com and enter the code 1489 8691. Or use this link to menti.com
- 10:00: Solidarity for Peace. Welcome by Cecilia Bailliet
- 10:10: Solidarity through Accountability for the Crime of Aggression. Jo Stigen
- 10:25: Solidarity in Humanitarian Assistance: Resettlement of Refugees in Ukraine. Kristin Bergtora Sandvik
- 10:45: Solidarity and Information Politics. Mareile Kaufmann
- 11:00: Legal Approaches to Energy Solidarity. Catherine Banet
- 11:15 Q &A