26 Mar Events and Announcements: 26 March 2023
Calls for Papers
Call for Abstracts – Reforms at United Nations: This book attempts to address much-needed reforms at the United Nations, more particularly Security Council in a global hegemonic world. In 2022, the United Nations completed 75 years and the permanent membership remains the same as it was in 1945. The book seeks to answer questions such as veto powers, wars, human rights violations, voices of small States, climate change, migration and the role the United Nations as a world body can play. Apart from it, the book would also include issues on the global south, imperialism and the United Nations. For more information, click here.
Call for Papers – Volume 12(2) of the Cambridge International Law Journal: The Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) is pleased to invite submissions for Volume 12(2) to be published in December 2023 on the theme ‘Language in International Law’. The Board welcomes articles (6,000–12,000 words, inclusive of footnotes) and case notes that engage with aspects of this theme, as well as book reviews on recently published works. This issue will build upon the 12th Annual Cambridge International Law Conference (24–25 April 2023), but is open to submissions from all authors including those who are not presenting or participating in the Conference.
The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm (BST) on Friday, 12 May 2023. For more information, click here.
Understanding State Organs’ Activities on Social Media under International Law: On 4th April, 5.30pm, at Westminster Law School, room 2.05C, the International Law at Westminster (ILaW) research cluster will host a panel on Understanding State Organs’ Activities on Social Media under International Law, with Professor James Green (UWE, Bristol) and Associate Professor Alessandra Annoni (University of Ferrara). Dr Marco Longobardo (University of Westminster) will chair the event. More information and free registration are available here.
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