Announcements: Global Constitutionalism and Supranational Adjudicative Bodies Seminar; CfP MenschenRechtsMagazin; CfA Human Rights and Digital Design Conference; CfP Biometrics by Armed Forces Workshop

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1. Global Constitutionalism and Supranational Adjudicative Bodies Seminar: Global South Experiences vis-à-vis Hegemony. This webinar will take place on 16 – 17 November 2023, convened by Dr. Natalia Torres-Zuniga (Peru/Norway), Researcher, Norwegian Center for Human Rights, University of Oslo; and Dr. Juan-Pablo Perez-Leon-Acevedo (Peru), DPhil in Law student (second doctoral course) at the University of Oxford, Affiliated researcher at the University of Oslo, and Lecturer at the Catholic University of Peru. Those interested should register here, where the programme can also be viewed. Upon registration, attendees will receive the webinar Zoom link.
 
2. Call for Papers: MenschenRechtsMagazin – 30 Years Human Rights Centre. On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the MenschenRechtsZentrum, the MenschenRechtsMagazin (MRM) will be converted to Open Journals and further developed. The MRM is constantly looking for articles in German and English for the coming issues, which can be submitted directly via the new website. Contributions for the next issue 29/1 (2024) of the MRM on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the MenschenRechtsZentrum must be submitted by 15 December 2023. For further information, see here or contact Theresa Lanzl and Navin Mienert at redaktion-mrm@uni-potsdam.de.

3. Call for Abstracts: Human Rights and Digital Design Conference. The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford in collaboration with the Center for Technology and Society and its Diversity and Inclusion Program at the Getulio Vargas Foundation have issued an invitation to participate in an interdisciplinary conference focused on human rights and digital design. The theme of the conference is to explore the existing and potential ways in which rules and norms deriving from human rights and human rights law can be incorporated into the design of digital systems. Those interested in participating may interpret the conference theme broadly. As one of the aims of the conference is to foster interdisciplinary discussion, authors need not have a background in law, philosophy, or human rights, but may work in fields such as computer science, information technology, or public policy. More information about the conference and the call for abstracts can be found here.
 
4. Call for Papers: International Workshop on the Law Applicable to the use of Biometrics by Armed Forces. The NATO Cyber Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, the War Studies Research Centre of the Netherlands Defence Academy and the University of Amsterdam are organizing an international workshop on the law applicable to the use of biometrics by armed forces. The aim of the workshop is to provide a platform for debate between academics, practitioners and policy-makers to discuss the legal aspects of the military use of this new technology. The workshop will take place in Tallinn on 7 – 8 May. Those interested are invited to submit an abstract of 500 words and a brief CV before 1 December. See the call for papers here for further details and suggested topics.
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