Announcements: Surviving Peer Review Workshop; Capri School of European Procedural Law; CfA Climate Change and Migration; Provisional and Interim Measures Symposium; Comparative Regard at Collective Pursuit of Justice Workshop; Reparation for Climate Change Conference; CfA Adamas Residencies; Human Rights & Persons Deprived of Liberty Summer School; Cambridge International Law Journal Conference; CfS Polish Review of International and European Law

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1. Online Workshop: Surviving Peer Review – From Submission to Publication. The Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is organising a workshop on 8 April, entitled ‘Surviving Peer Review: from Submission to Publication’ at 14:30-15:30h. It is geared towards early career researchers from any country in the world and includes the following speakers: Katharine Fortin, Yvonne Donders, Anja Mihr, and Elina Pirjatannieni. Register here.

2. Capri School of European Procedural Law. The second edition of the Capri School of European Procedural Law (CSEPL) will take place from 20 – 23 May 2024, at the University of Naples Federico II venues of Capri and Naples. The CSEPL aims to provide knowledge and skills in EU procedural law, offering in-depth analysis of its application before both European and national courts. The course, conducted in English, will be an opportunity to attend lectures given by Judges, Advocates General, and Legal Secretaries of the Court of Justice of the European Union, along with Professors of EU law and partner lawyers from prominent international law firms, as well as to have networking opportunities. The registration fee is 300 euros, reduced at 150 euros for some categories of participants. For more info, see here or send an email at csepl {at} unina(.)it

3. Call for Abstracts: Climate Change and Migration – New Challenges, Legal Responses, and Policy Solutions. The University of Nottingham’s Human Rights Law Centre and Nottingham Trent University’s Climate Justice Hub, along with the ICON•S Interest Group on Climate Change and Migration and the ESIL Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law, are inviting submissions for their seminar on 19 June 2024 in Nottingham. Sponsored by the Socio-Legal Studies Association, this event aims to foster discussions among UK-based researchers, practitioners, and scholars from diverse fields interested in climate-related human (im)mobility through small group workshops. Submissions are welcome from individuals at any career stage, especially PhD candidates, early career researchers, and those with firsthand experience of displacement. Civil society organisations working with displaced populations are also encouraged to express interest. Abstracts of no more than 400 words should be submitted by 12 April 2024. Selected participants will be invited to provide full draft papers of maximum 3,000 words by 7 June 2024. For further details, see the full text of the call

4. Provisional and Interim Measures in International Law Symposium. The Hague Yearbook of International Law is organising a symposium on “Provisional and Interim Measures in International Law”, due to be published in Volume 38 (2025). They welcome contributions on all topics relating to provisional measures and international law, including (but not limited to) topics related to provisional measures and strategic litigation, the nature of obligations stemming from provisional measures orders, comparative studies of such measures in different adjudicative bodies, procedural issues, and critical approaches. The deadline for paper proposals is 30 June 2024. More information can be found here.

5. Transnational Litigation Networks: Comparative Regard at Collective Pursuit of Justice Workshop. On 27 March 2024 (2:00 pm – 6:00 pm CET), the Institute of Advanced Study and the Democracy Institut of Central European University will hold a hybrid workshop on “Transnational litigation networks: comparative regard at collective pursuit of justice”. More details can be found here.

6. Reparation for Climate Change? The Possibilities and Limits of Litigation Conference. On 11-12 April 2024, the Climate Rights and Remedies Project at the University of Zurich is pleased to host an international conference on ‘Reparation for Climate Change?: The Possibilities and Limits of Litigation’. Co-organized by Prof. Helen Keller and Dr. Corina Heri, the conference will explore the kinds of remedies that climate litigation can offer, their implementation, and whether climate judgments can and do lead to better climate protection or climate justice. It sets out to do this from an interdisciplinary perspective by bringing together legal scholars and perspectives from outside the law, including from economics, political science, and climate science. The conference programme and registration are available here.

7. Call for applications: Adamas Residencies 2024. Research residency as part of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy Award. From 6 to 15 September 2024, the Château de Goutelas, in collaboration with the International Nuremberg Principles Academy, the French Constitutional Council, the International Association of Economic Law (A.I.D.E.) and the Institute for Studies and Research on Law and Justice (IERDJ), is hosting the fourth edition of this European residency programme for legal researchers – the Adamas Residencies. The aim of the residency program is to explore contemporary legal issues and foster connections among young jurists, artists and researchers from different disciplines. In this context, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy awards a prize to co-finance one research stay.  Applications are now open until 31 May 2024. More information on the Adamas Residencies, including the call for applications is available here.

8. 3rd Edition of the Summer School: Human Rights & Persons Deprived of Liberty. Organized by the ERC-IMPACTUM team, the Programme for Studies on Human Rights in Context, the Human Rights Centre at Ghent University, and the Global Campus on Human Rights, this course unravels the complexities surrounding human rights issues related to persons deprived of liberty. Led by Prof Clara Burbano Herrera (ERC-IMPACTUM, Ghent University) and Prof Manfred Nowak (Global Campus of Human Rights), this course provides insights from world-leading academics from Europe, Africa, and North & South America. The course will be conducted from 18 – 21 of June 2024 via Teams. Applications close on Friday 3 of May 2024. Participants from the Global South can apply for a scholarship. More details can be found here.

9. Cambridge International Law Journal 13th Annual Conference. This year’s Cambridge International Law Journal Annual Conference will be held on 8 – 9 April 2024 in the Faculty of Law of the University of Cambridge. The topic is ‘The Intersection of Peace and Sustainability in International Law’, with six panels, and includes four  keynotes: Professor Claus Kreß; Professor Guy Goodwin-Gill; Professor Martins Paparinskis; and, Professor Annalisa Savaresi. In-person ticket sales close on 29 March 2024. Virtual tickets available until 5 April 2024. Tickets can be purchased here.

10. Call for Submissions: The Polish Review of International and European Law. The Polish Review of International and European Law invites submissions for an issue on self-determination of peoples in the context of contemporary international developments (expected publication date: second half of 2024) Although the principle of self-determination has been enshrined in several international instruments, most notably the United Nations Charter, it has been defined in a rather imprecise manner. As a result, there exists some tension between the principle of self-determination of peoples and the other fundamental principles, in particular territorial integrity and the non-intervention. Furthermore, the current practice suggest the need to evaluate the application of the principle of self-determination in connection with other issues such as self-determination supported by third states and international organizations; self-determination and occupation and secession; self-determination and racial discrimination; use and abuse of the right of self-determination by peoples and states; right of self-determination as an ius cogens norm and generating erga omnes obligations;  right to self-determination and the obligation not to recognise an illegal situation resulting from that right and not to render aid or assistance in maintaining that situation; and, right to self-determination and economic development including disposal of wealth and natural resources of the occupied territory. For formal requirements, see here

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