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On 11/12 April, the Schools of Law of the University of Glasgow and Queen Mary, University of London, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, are hosting a workshop entitled ‘Structural Challenges Facing International Organisations: Re-Assessing the League of Nations’ (Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London). The workshop will discuss key challenges facing international organisations, such as the tension between coherence and wide membership and the balance to be struck between stability and reform. It does so by looking at the example of the League of Nations as the first attempt at ‘world organisation’. The keynote address on ‘Lessons from the League of Nations’ will be by Mr Stephen Mathias, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Legal Affairs (New York). To attend, please register here or email Christian J. Tams at christian.tams {at}

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