Domus Juridica, 7th floor
Kristian Augusts gate 17 (map)
How to choose the right journal or a publisher? How to make your work attractive to a publisher? What are alternative paths to publishing? These questions and more will be discussed at this seminar on academic publishing.
PhD candidate Nino Tsereteli will present her ongoing research on the relevance of the principle of subsidiarity for the European and Inter-American Courts of Human Rights, specifically in relation to designing remedial measures.
Hans Morten Haugen will present the article "Deciding on Land and Resources: How Can the Influence of the Most Affected Within Communities Be Increased?"
PluriCourts is announcing the Multirights Annual Conference, under the auspices of the Council of Europe, a two-day Conference in Oslo, in April 2014.
The State-of-the-Art in Investment Treaty Arbitration: Continuing Issues of Legitimacy and Diversity
The Legitimacy of Human Rights Courts: A Grounded Interpretivist Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights.
Robert Goodin, Professor at the University of Essex, will present: "The Deliberative Capacity of International Organizations: The Case of the Universal Periodic Review of Human RIghts"
The book, edited by Christina Voigt, challenges the doctrinal construction of environmental law and presents an innovative legal approach to ecological sustainability: a rule of law for nature which guides and transcends ordinary written laws and extends fundamental principles of respect, integrity and legal security to the non-human world.
The Reading Group will discuss Geranne Lautenbach's "The concept of the rule of law and the European Court of Human Rights" (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
MultiRights PostDoc Matthew Saul will present his working paper on the relationship between international courts and domestic parliaments.
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 lunch seminar will discuss the book "Women's Human Rights. CEDAW in International, Regional and National Law" edited by Anne Hellum and Henriette Sinding Aasen.
PluriCouts PhD candidate Sofie Høgestøl and PluriCourts coordinator Siri Gloppen will discuss the use of empirical methods in legal research.
I vår skal Stortinget behandle flere forslag om nye menneskerettigheter i Grunnloven. PluriCourts inviterer til seminar 10.mars om forholdet mellom den norske Grunnloven og internasjonale menneskerettigheter.
Christina Voigt will at the Lunch talk about experiences from negotiating and co-chairing UNFCCC (REDD) negotiations
Does WTO Law permit states to adopt trade restrictions based on animal welfare concerns?
Robert Howse (New York University) will discuss the trade dispute between Canada, Norway, and the European Union.
Postdoctoral MultiRights fellow, Claudio Corradetti, in collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo (NCHR-TAG- Human Rights and Conflict) and the Norwegian Resource Bank for Democracy and Human Rights - NORDEM announce a conference which will gather leading scholars to discuss issues of cosmopolitanism.
Lee Bygrave will present his new book, "Data Privacy Law: An International Perspective" (2014)
10-11 February 2014 in Paris.
Marte Jervan will present her master thesis on "Contribution of the International Court of Justice to the Development of the Law Concerning Transboundary Environmental Harm".
Ingo Venzke visits PluriCourts to present one of his latest works.