Announcements: Indigenous Gender Justice Lecture; Combating Impunity for International Crimes Conference; CfS Changing Approaches towards Restitution of Colonial Heritage; International Administrative Tribunals and the MAT; The Hague Initiative for Law and Armed Conflict Lecture Series; Interplay between International Criminal Tribunals and Domestic Accountability Roundtable; Tübingen Lecture Series on the Laws of War

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1. Indigenous Gender Justice: Two-Spirit Identity, the Missing Indigenous Women and Girls Crisis, and Canada’s Commitment to UNSDG 5. Join the Research Centre in International Justice in Maynooth University for a hybrid keynote by Dr Gerard Maguire (Lecturer, Irish Centre for Human Rights and the School of Law and Criminology, Maynooth University). This lecture delves into the positioning of gender within Indigenous life. Dr Maguire will focus particularly on the pre and post-colonial roles of Two-Spirit peoples and the crisis of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) in Canada. This event will take place in person and online. Thursday 7 March, 11am – 1pm, SE128, School of Education, Maynooth University. Join the Zoom meeting here.  Meeting ID: 851 0869 1667, Passcode: 158004. For more information, see here

2. Combating Impunity for International Crimes: The EU’s Response to the War in Ukraine and Beyond Conference. The Centre for European Law of the Université libre de Bruxelles is hosting an academic conference on “Combating Impunity for International Crimes: the EU’s Response to the War in Ukraine and Beyond” at the Spaak Room, Institute for European Studies, Université libre de Bruxelles (IEE-ULB) (Av. F.D. Roosevelt 39, 1050 Brussels).  Tuesday 19 March, 09.00-17.00 (CET). The conference will be held in English. Attendance is free, but registration is mandatory. See the full program and secure a spot here

3. Call for Submissions: Conference on Changing Approaches towards Restitution of Colonial Heritage, Leiden 23-24 May 2024. The Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies and the Research Group ‘Museums, Collections and Society’ at the University of Leiden invite submissions for an interdisciplinary symposium on ‘Changing Approaches Towards Restitution and Return of Colonial Heritage’. The idea is to look beyond existing national policies and ethical frames and identify shared decolonial practices. The event will take place at the Wereldmuseum and the University of Leiden. The call is here. The submission deadline is 31 March 2024.

4. International Administrative Tribunals and the MAT: Problems and Perspective Conference. On Friday 8 March the First Annual Conference of the newly established ‘Mission Appeals Tribunal’ will be held in Naples (and hybrid) by the IRISS-CNR on the topic ‘International Administrative Tribunals and the MAT: Problems and Perspectives’. Register at: marco.fasciglione {at} cnr(.)it.

5. The Hague Initiative for Law and Armed Conflict (HILAC) Lecture Series. The T.M.C. Asser Instituut, in collaboration with the Amsterdam Center for International Law and the Netherlands Red Cross, is hosting a webinar entitled “The Red Sea Crisis: Assessing the International Legal and Maritime Security Implications” on 20 March at 14:30 (CET). Register here.

6. The Interplay between International Criminal Tribunals and Courts and Domestic Accountability Roundtable. The European Society of International Law’s Interest Group on International Criminal Justice is holding an online roundtable discussion on “The Interplay between International Criminal Tribunals and Courts and Domestic Accountability”. The roundtable aims to facilitate a comprehensive dialogue on whether states have become more capable or willing to investigate international crimes and the evolving role of international criminal tribunals in supporting and complementing domestic legal processes, reflecting on the developments of the past three decades. The event will take place on 25 March 2024 from 14:00-16:00 CET via Zoom. A Q&A will follow the roundtable discussion. The speakers will include, Patryk I. Labuda, Geoffrey Lugano, Sarah Nouwen, and Elies van Sliedregt. Programme and registration link can be found here.

7. TuLaw – Tübingen Lecture Series on the Laws of War. TuLaW provides a critical perspective on pertinent challenges of the laws of war, broadly understood. Each one-hour event, organized by Jochen von Bernstorff and Andreas Kulick, features a thought-provoking presentation by a leading scholar in the first half hour followed by a discussion in the second half hour. All events are held exclusively online from 6–7 pm CET. The inaugural lecture will be held by Professor Sarah Nouwen (EUI/Cambridge), who will speak on “Intra-State Peace Agreements – Prose, Poetry, Legal Instrument?” The lecture will be held on Wednesday 13 March 2024 from 6-7 pm CET. Send an email to: jessica.oheim {at} student(.)uni-tuebingen.de to register. The Zoom link and login data will be sent to those registered ahead of the event. More information can be found here.

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