Domus Juridica, 7th floor
Kristian Augusts gate 17 (map)
PhD. candidate Nino Tsereteli will present the latest advances of her work.
Post doc Amrei Mueller at the 'Judicial Dialogues on the Rule of Law: Interactions between the National Courts and the European Court of Human Rights' project will give an introduction to her research at the MultiRights Seminar.
Jure Vidmar is an Anglo-German Fellow at the Institute of European and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, Oxford University. Vidmar is also an editor of the Hague Yearbook of International Law. In his presentation at the MultiRights Seminar, he will discuss case law and findings presented in the book: De Wet & Vidmar (eds.), 'Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights' (OUP 2012), and other issues beyond it.
Prof. Mikael Rask Madsen is the head of iCourts, a centre of excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. Prof. Madsen will give an introduction to the research of the centre at the MultiRights Seminar.
Prof. Georg Nolte will present his recent work at the MultiRights Seminar. Prof. Nolte is Professor for Public Law, International Law and European Law at the Humboldt University in Berlin. He is also member of the International Law Commission of the United Nations.
Matthew W. Saul will be presenting one of his latest works in collaboration with the MultiRights project.
Jonas Christoffersen is the Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights. He will present one of his latest works at the MultiRights Seminar. Christoffersen has written about 50 juridical articles on national and international human rights (2000-2008). He was awarded the degree of doctor of laws (Dr. juris) on the basis of a dissertation on the European Court of Human Rights (2008).
Prof. Andreas Føllesdal will discuss a work-in-progress paper which will be presented at the International Courts and the Quest for Legitimacy Conference in Tel Aviv.
Prof. Evelyne Lagrange will present one of her latest works at the MultiRights Seminar. Prof. Lagrange is Professor of International Law at the University Paris I Panthéon - Sorbonne.
Dr. Johan Karlsson Schaffer, a postdoctoral fellow at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, will present his latest work in connection with the MultiRights Project.
Nino Tsereteli, PhD student connected with the MultiRights project, will present her work-in-progress at the MultiRights Seminar.
Dr. Gar Yein Ng, Assistant Professor at CEU Legal Studies Dept. and MultiRights visiting researcher, will present a work-in-progress version of her book, which describes the current paradigm of justice and courts, and how, in practice, the reality is beginning to shift away from this.
Kjersti Brathagen (Centre for Contemporary History, Institute of Archeology, Conservation and History, UiO) presents a review of Samuel Moyn's "The Last Utopia Human Rights in History".
Prof. Todd Landman will present one his latest works at the MultiRights Seminar. Prof. Landman is Professor of Government and Director of the Institute for Democracy and Conflict Resolution at the University of Essex.
Stian Øby Johansen is a Research Assistant at the Centre for European Law at UiO. The topic of his presentation will be the European Union's accession to the European Convention on Human Rights.
The MultiRights project has the pleasure to announce the visit of Justice Khalyan Shrestha from the Supreme Court of Nepal. A talk with Justice Shrestha will be held on Thursday 16, at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
Dr. Marjan Avjeski will be presenting his latest work "Interpretation and the constraint of international courts" in connection to the MultiRights project.
Dr. Birgit Schlutter will present a work in progress in collaboration with MultiRights.
Dr. Reidar Maliks will present a work in progress in collaboration with MultiRights.