Announcements: CfP Generating Respect Project; CfA Global Food Governance Conference; CfC Colonial Trials Blog Series; NUS Centre for International Law Research Position

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1. Call for Papers: Generating Respect Project. The Generating Respect Project is inviting paper submissions for the conference Religious Actors & Humanitarian Norms Compliance in Armed Conflict: Roles, Influence, Engagement that will take place online from 8 – 10 December 2021. The conference will take stock of important developments relating to the engagement between humanitarians and religious actors aimed at generating greater respect for humanitarian norms in times of armed conflict. The call for papers provides further information. Paper abstracts  of up to 500 words & a short CV with current affiliation should be submitted to generatingrespectproject {at} by 1 September 2021. 

2. Call for Abstracts: 2021 Global Food Governance Conference. The Food Governance Node at the Charles Perkins Centre (University of Sydney), the George Institute for Global Health, and the Global Center for Legal Innovation on Food Environments at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law (Georgetown University), are inviting submissions of an Abstract for Presentation for the 2021 Global Food Governance Conference. For more information, visit the website.

3. Call for Contributions: Colonial Trials Blog Series. Indian Society for Legal Research invites contributions to the upcoming blog series on ‘The Colonial Trials.’  The purpose of this initiative is to revisit the legality of trials conducted by the British EIC and the British government. Some of the articles will assess the nature of the powers exercised by the British EIC and its relevance in international law. With reference to the trials of heads of  States, it will also look into the arguments relating to the immunities and privileges prominent in the British legal literature. Contributors can choose/frame topics that broadly fit in the series. Find the guidelines for the blog post here. There is no fixed deadline for submissions. Questions and suggestions can be sent to Mohd Imran (imranmohd288 {at} gmail(.)com).

4. NUS Centre for International Law Research Position: Research Associate/Fellow (Oceans Law and Policy Programme). The NUS Centre for International Law (CIL) is accepting applications from candidates with both an advanced degree in international law (PhD or LLM) and a demonstrable interest in the law of the sea, marine environmental law or the international regulation of shipping. Candidates with a particular interest in Southeast Asia and its regional institutions are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications are assessed on a rolling basis. Full details of the position and application procedure are available here. For further information on the focus area including events, activities and publications, please see here.  Applications open 15 June 2021 and close on 30 August 2021. 

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