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Announcements: CfP Reality of International Legal Theory; CfP IJLSA; From Sacred Trust to Common Heritage Lecutre; CELI Events; PhD Summer School; ILA American Branch Event; CfA Climate Change Conference; CfA Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

1. Call for Papers: Reality of International Legal Theory – Reality in International Legal Theory. The ESIL Interest Group on International Legal Theory and Philosophy (ESIL IGILTP) and iCourts have issued a call for papers for a conference on “The Reality of International Legal Theory – Reality in International Legal Theory” to take place 19 - 20 May 2022, at the University of Copenhagen. The call is here. The deadline for the submission of abstracts and other requested documents (see information in the call for papers) is 14 February 2022. Confirmed contributions include a key-note speech by Mikael Madsen (iCourts) and presentations by Arthur Dyevre (KU Leuven), Andreas Føllesdal (PluriCourts), Brad Roth (Wayne State), Urska Sadl (EUI) and Nora Stappert (Leeds). 2. Call for Papers: International Journal of Legal Studies and Arbitration. IJLSA is now receiving submissions for publication in its upcoming volume. IJLSA is an internationally recognised journal with a wide-ranging and in-depth focus on various issues of international law and arbitration. It aims to offer a platform for review…

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Announcements: CfR Human Rights and Climate Change; BIICL Training Programme; Environmental Crimes and Protection Conference; CfP Environmental Emergency; CfS Alleged Witchcraft Persecution; Weapons in Space Webinar; CfS Military Law and the Law of War Review; UN Audiovisual Library of International Law; Poland’s Constitutional Crisis Discussion; Antonio Cassese Podcast

1. Call for Registration: Human Rights and Climate Change. On 27 - 28 January 2022 Leiden University will host (online) a two-day international, interdisciplinary conference on the role of human rights in the context of climate change. The conference seeks to examine whether the impact of climate change on the human condition can be framed in terms of…

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Announcements: Human Rights Law Centre Annual Lecture; International Legal Podcast Spanish; Rising Sea Levels Lecture; Prosecuting Ecocide Roundtable; Climate Justice Fellow 2022; e-books Young Authors Contest; Complex Relationships in International Law Workshop; EU Judicial Conversations Workshop

1. Human Rights Law Centre, University of Nottingham Annual Lecture. Hasina Safi, Women’s Rights are Human Rights: A Perspective from Afghanistan, Thursday 3 February 2022, 14:00-15:30 GMT. Hasina Safi served as Afghanistan's Acting Minister for Women from May of 2020 until August 2021, and as Minister of Information and Culture prior to that. Ms. Safi has…

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Our Most Read Posts of 2021

As the year draws to a close and we move into 2022, I would like to thank our readers for coming back to us time and again over the course of the year. I also wish you all a very Happy New Year. Below is a list of our most read posts of 2021. In 2020, the…

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Announcements: CfP Institutionalization of Climate Security; Database on International Law in Belgium Courts; Athens PIL Discussion Group; SAPLawC’22; Young European Law Scholars Conference; CfP Journal of International Peace and Organization; CfP Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law; International Moot Court Competition; CfP International Law Association Conference; Nuremberg Academy Series; CfA Competition and IP in the Digital Markets; CfA Secretariat of the Global Law Assembly; Kathmandu Writing Competition

1. Call for Papers: The Institutionalization of Climate Security. The ESIL Interest Group on International Organizations have announced a call for abstracts for their Workshop on The Institutionalization of Climate Security, that will take place as a side-event to the 2022 ESIL Research Forum in Glasgow. The abstract submission deadline is midnight 31 January 2022. …

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