Domus Juridica, 7th floor
Kristian Augusts gate 17 (map)
The Legitimacy in International Law and International Relations.
Chapter 1 and 6 in Gunther Teubner's: Constitutional Fragments: Societal Constitutionalism and Globalization.
Daniel Viehoff is currently based at the Department of Philosophy, the University of Sheffield, after completing a PhD at Columbia University and spending a year as Faculty Fellow at Harvard University´s Safra Center for Ethics.
Marjan Ajevski, postdoctoral fellow at MultiRights, will present his recent work on the European Court of Human Rights.
The MultiRights Reading Group will meet to discuss Michel Rosenfeld's article published by the Southern California Law Review Vol. 74: 1307.
André Nollkaemper is Professor of Public International Law and Vice-Dean for Research at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam. Since May 2011 he also is (external) Advisor to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. All welcome!
PhD candidate Nino Tsereteli presents the progression of her doctoral thesis "Legitimacy of Pilot Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights". Tsereteli's research is connected to the MultiRights Project.
Prof. of Philosopy and Law, James Nickel, from the University of Miami will present his latest work.
The ERC project ‘MultiRights’, the ECRP project ‘International Law through the National Prism: the Impact of Judicial Dialogue’ and the Norwegian Centre of Excellence ‘PluriCourts’ host a conference ‘Transnational Judicial Dialogue: Concept, Method, Extent and Effects’ .
The selected participants of the MultiRights Summer Institute 2013 will present their research at the end of their fellowship with MultiRights.
After a process of selecting the strongest candidates, we are happy to welcome such a distinguished group of scholars to our MultiRights Summer Institute in Oslo June 9-22. Here are the selected participants and their intended research topics.
Karolina Bubnyte, a doctoral student at the Law Faculty of Vilnius University, will present an introduction to her research topic.
Matthew Saul, postdoctoral research fellow to the MultiRights Project will present his latest work at the next MultiRights Seminar.
MultiRights organizes a workshop on the contested topic of fragmentation of international human rights law in collaboration with the Central European University in Budapest.
Victor Peskin, Assistant Professor at the School of Global Studies at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will present one of his lates works at the next MultiRights Seminar.
Prof. Kit Wellman from the Philosophy Department at the Washington University in St. Louis will present one of his latest pieces at the next MultiRights Seminar.
Reidar Maliks, MultiRights post doctoral fellow (on leave), will present his latest work at the next MultiRights seminar.
Amrei Mueller is a post doctoral researcher at the Department of Public and International Law (UiO), and connected to the ECRP project on Judicial Dialogues on the Rule of Law. She will present a working paper entitled “Parliaments - Domestic Courts - ECtHR - and Back?” for discussion.
The MultiRights Reading Group will meet to discuss Jo Pasqualucci's "Introduction: The Practice and Procedure of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights" (Cambridge University Press, 2013)
The MultiRights Reading Group will meet to discuss Aruna Sathanapally's 'Beyond Disagreement: Open Remedies in Human Rights Adjudication' (OUP, 2012). Chapter 1, 11-33.
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Michael Reiertsen is a Phd Research fellow at the Department of Public and International Law (UiO). He presents a working paper entitled “Past, present and future of the European Convention on Human Rights Article 13” for discussion.
Post Doc Claudio Corradetti will present his research agenda.
A presentation by Jonas Iversen on the research question for MultiRights this year, its research frontier, and how the participants to the MultiRights Summer Institute fit into this discourse
The MultiRights Reading Group will meet to discuss Sonia Cardenas's "Introduction: Compliance Revisited", Conflict and Compliance: State Responses to International Human Rights Preassure (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007)