The principle of equity has been disputed in climate change negotiations for 30 years. In her doctoral thesis, Rosa Manzo has investigated the role of equity as a legal concept in international law.
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«The Convention has improved the protection of human rights in Europe, as well as strengthening the rule of law and the democracy,» says Erik Møse, who spent seven years as judge in the European Court of Human Rights.
Reformen Stortinget vedtok for fem år siden, skulle sikre «miljømessig bærekraft». Isteden gir den oppdrettsnæringen et verdifullt, grønt alibi.
Tadesse studies Public International Law and has background from various human rights organizations.
PluriCourts Annual Workshop on the Political and Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals 2021: “The Input and Output Legitimacy of International Courts”.
ARENA har et stort internasjonalt kontaktnett. Nå vil senterets nytilsatte leder Daniel Naurin legge inn en ekstra innsats for å bygge opp flere sterke allianser på UiO.
Both joined PluriCourts this summer, as researchers in political philosophy and legal theory.
Two research assistants have joined PluriCourts: Louisa Boulaziz and Even Espelid.
PluriCourts' annual report for 2019 is now available.
PluriCourt-iCourts workshop Oslo November 24-25 2020
On 3 February 2020, Emma Brandon and Nicola Strain both completed their midway assessments as part of the formal requirements for progressing in the PhD program at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oslo.
This week, three researchers associated with Pluricourts Centre of Excellence, University of Oslo, won the prestigious John H. Jackson prize for the best article in the Journal of International Economic Law.
PluriCourts Annual Workshop on The Political and Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals 2020: Independence, accountability, and domination in International Courts (Oslo, July 20-21 2020).
Tommaso Pavone joined PluriCourts in the beginning of September, as a postdoctoral fellow in political science.
Jay Krehbiel is an Assistant Professor in political science at West Virginia University, and will be a Fulbright fellow at PluriCourts during the fall semester.
PluriCourts hosts a one week intensive interdisciplinary Ph.D.-course on the legitimacy of international law and international institutions, with a particular focus on international courts, in Oslo, Norway, May 11 to May 15 2020.
Freya Baetens will participate in the pre-conference workshop Interest Group on International Economic Law: Challenges to the Governance of the Global Economy: Dispute Settlement in the WTO and International Investment Law held prior to the ESIL Annual Conference 2019.
On 21 June 2019, the first Expert Meeting of the State Consent to International Jurisdiction will take place in Geneva, in cooperation with the Geneva Center for International Dispute Settlement (CIDS).
At the end of May, Nicola Strain presented her paper titled "The Murky Waters of Jurisdiction and Applicable Law in International Economic Disputes" at the 8th SIEL PEPA Conference at King's College, London.
The State Consent to International Jurisdiction (SCIJ) project started one year ago. Below we present a brief overview of what we have accomplished so far, and our plans for the near future.
Julie Crutchley is a PhD Candidate at City, University of London.
Associate Professor Yifeng Chen will be a guest researcher at PluriCourts in June and July.
Laura Fischer will be a guest researcher at PluriCourts from April to June.
Julian Dederke is visiting PluriCourts in April and May.