Announcements: CfP ASCOMARE Yearbook on the Law of the Sea; Maastricht PhD Position jus ad bellum & jus in bell; CfP Teaching International Law in the Digital Era

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1. Call for Papers: ASCOMARE Yearbook on the Law of the Sea – Humanity across the Waves: Exploring the Interplay Between the Law of the Sea and Human Rights Law. The ‘Associazione di Consulenza in Diritto del Mare’ (ASCOMARE) has launched a call for papers for the Fourth Volume of its Yearbook series on the Law of the Sea. This volume will delve into the intricate relationship between the law of the sea and the protection of human rights. It will analyze how the law of the sea shapes the interpretation and application of human rights legal instruments and obligations, including those that embody peremptory rules of international law. Within this framework, the volume will examine how maritime spaces and resources are utilized by both States and non-State actors to either uphold human rights law or to perpetrate, facilitate, or prevent serious human rights violations of international concern, such as crimes against humanity, genocide, human trafficking, and ecocide. Acknowledging that the law of the sea applies even during wartime, as long as it does not conflict with the law of armed conflict, this book encourages contributions that further explore the interaction between the law of the sea and international humanitarian law in conflict zones. Deadline for the submission of abstracts: 31 August 2024. Submissions are accepted in English or Italian. More information is available here. The most insightful contribution will be awarded a copy of Volume IV of the “United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982: A Commentary” (Virginia Commentary).

2. PhD Lecturer Position : Faculty of Law of Maastricht University – Interaction between jus ad bellum and jus in bello. The Faculty of Law of Maastricht University is inviting applications for a PhD-Lecturer position focusing on the interaction between jus ad bellum and jus in bello. Interested candidates should develop their own research proposal, addressing the theoretical challenges in situations of normative interplay between jus ad bellum and jus in bello.  Fields such as international human rights law and international criminal law may be incorporated into the research proposal. This position offers the successful applicant the opportunity to earn a PhD based on their research and to develop a robust teaching profile. Further details can be found here.

3. Call for Papers: Teaching International Law in the Digital Era – Discussing the Role of Podcasts and Video Talks in the Classroom and Beyond. The Society of Legal Scholars and its International Law section is organising a one-day seminar to be held on 30 October 2024 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London. The seminar calls to explore the role podcasts and video talks play in the dissemination of international law and its entrenchment in the consciousness of the wider public as well as among university students and legal practitioners. Proposals of 500 words should be sent to both conveners of the SLS International Law section, Dr Saeed Bagheri and Dr Solon Solomon by 20 July at saeed.bagheri {at} reading.ac(.)uk and solon.solomon {at} brunel.ac(.)uk . For applicants coming outside London, travelling and accommodation expenses will be partly or fully covered. The full invitation can be found here.

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