The United Nations at 70: Key Challenges for International Law
Call for papers - submissions close 1 October 2015.
The United Nations is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. The world continues to grapple with challenges posed by violent conflicts, terrorism, human migration, environmental disasters, and severe human rights violations. In addition, recent financial crises and technological advances pose growing threats to the international community. Against this background, the 70th anniversary of the most important international organisation presents an opportunity to reflect on the role of international law in addressing these problems, and to evaluate the need for reform in the UN and its institutions.
This international conference, jointly organised by Fudan Law School and Deakin Law School, will focus on current international law issues on the following themes: human rights, international criminal law, natural resources law, trade, international conflict, and international dispute resolution.
We invite papers from academics and researchers on any topic under these themes for presentation at the conference.
Conference directors: Professor Sandeep Gopalan, Dean of Law and Head of Deakin Law School and Professor Zhang Naigen, Fudan Law School
Conference date: Shanghai, 9-10 November 2015
Submissions: scholars should email a brief abstract of under 500 words to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 1 October 2015
Additional notes: please put 'Fudan Conference' in the subject line of the email
Notification: selected presenters will be notified by 7 October 2015
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Call for Papers: The United Nations at 70: Key Challenges for International Law
A call for papers has been issued for a conference on "The United Nations at 70: Key Challenges for International Law." The closing date for submissions is October 1, 2015. Here's the call: