Call for Papers
The Rapoport Center Human Rights Working Paper Series (WPS) is happy to announce a call for papers for the 2015 – 2016 academic year. The WPS seeks innovative papers of the highest quality by both researches and practitioners in the field of human rights. Acceptance to the WPS series provides authors with an opportunity to receive feedback on works in progress and stimulate a lively, productive conversation around the subject matter of their paper. This process is designed to prepare papers for publication in academic journals or other venues. This year we are particularly interested in papers exploring the relationship between human rights and inequality, natural resources governance, and the future of labor. Please see the submission guidelines here and feel free to contact us at rcwps [at] law [dot] utexas [dot] edu with any inquiries.
Oxford University Press and the Manchester International Law Centre (MILC) have been developing a database of annotated documents pertaining to the law of international organizations called ‘Oxford International Organizations’ (OXIO). They are now looking for rapporteurs who will be identifying relevant materials and providing short commentaries. Within a few years, OXIO is meant to become one of the largest databases of international law documents. The call for rapporteurs is available here. It is of the utmost importance that the pool of rapporteurs remains representative of the variety of practices in the field, the variety of geographical traditions, as well as the variety of international organizations.
ALMA – Association for the Promotion of International Humanitarian Law and the Radzyner Law School of the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) would like to invite you to the upcoming session of the Joint International Humanitarian Law Forum. The session will be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, 18:30, in the meeting room of the Communication School (C228) Arazi-Ofer Building, IDC Campus, Kanfei Nesharim St., Herzliya In this session, Adv. Eitan Diamond will present the recent report of Gisha – Legal Center for the Freedom of Movement: Separating Land, Separating People: Legal Analysis of Access Restrictions between Gaza and the West Bank. Following the presentations, there will be an open round-table discussion. Please note that the session will be conducted in English. The meeting is free and open to the public. If you wish to attend the meetings of the Joint IHL Forum please register in advance via forum [at] alma-ihl [dot] org.
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