Announcements: CfP Global Constitutionalism and Supranational Adjudicative Bodies; UN World Conference on Human Rights; CfP Groningen Journal of International Law

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1. Call for Papers: Global Constitutionalism and Supranational Adjudicative Bodies – Global South Experiences vis-à-vis Hegemony Seminar. The Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo is hosting a webinar/seminar on global constitutionalism, international adjudicative bodies, and hegemony on 16-17 November 2023. See the detailed call for paper here. They invite participants from different disciplines (including law, political science, and philosophy) to submit an abstract and a short bio by 21 August 2023. The abstract (maximum 300 words) and a short bio (one page) should be sent to Dr. Natalia Torres-Zuniga  and Dr. Juan-Pablo Perez-Leon-Acevedo  Those selected are asked to share their drafts (maximum 6000 words) by 6 November 2023. They aim to publish select papers in a special issue of a peer-reviewed international journal and/or in an edited book. The event will be held mainly online (Zoom). Additionally, participants are welcome (self-funding) to attend the conference onsite (Oslo).

2. UN World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna 1993: Strengthening Imperatives 30 Years After. The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights and the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law of the University of Vienna are hosting the international conference ‘UN World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna 1993 – Strengthening Imperatives 30 Years After’ which will take place from 27 – 29 September in Vienna. The conference, which is organised in cooperation with several international and national research institutions, as well as various ministries, will provide participants with an interdisciplinary forum to reflect on past achievements, discuss current challenges, and give an outlook on future challenges in international human rights protection 30 years after the adoption of the Vienna Declaration on Human Rights and its Programme of Action. The conference is relevant for both academics and representatives of practice and civil society. The programme can be found on the conference homepage. Participation will be free of charge while Registration is obligatory and can take place via the conference homepage.

3. Call for Papers: Groningen Journal of International Law. The Groningen Journal of International Law has issued a call for papers for its next edition. The Journal is open to all contributions on international law. The Editorial Board will select the articles after a quality of research and writing check, as well as according to the relevance of the topic. It also undertakes the responsibility of reviewing the articles as regards both language and formatting. The word limit for accepted articles is 7,000 to 15,000 words (excluding footnotes). For more detailed information, consult the GroJIL author guidelines here. Deadline for submissions is 1 August 2023. Articles should be submitted to board {at} grojil(.)org. The Editorial Board generally commits itself to reviewing manuscripts within 30 days. 

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