Call for Papers
The Latin American Network of International Law Journals, Conference II (RELAREDI 2016)
Lima, Peru, October 27 and 28, 2016
The Pontificia Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) with the support of the Mexican International Law Yearbook (AMDI) and the Latin American Network of International Law (RELAREDI) calls for the submission of papers for the Latin American Network of International Law’s second Conference (RELAREDI 2016) to be held in Lima, Peru on Thursday, October 27 and Friday, October 28, 2016.
The Latin American Network of International Law (RELAREDI) aims to establish a mechanism for dialogue and co-operation between journals and publications that specialise in international issues, and the region’s practitioners and academics who seek to publish their work in the region. RELAREDI seeks to position itself at the heart of academic reflection and the diffusion of work on International Law undertaken in the region and beyond.
RELAREDI also seeks to promote the inclusion of International Law issues in existing journals and support nascent publications in the field, recognising doctrine as an auxiliary means for the determination of the international rule of law, in accordance with Article 38 of the Statue of the International Court of Justice, to promote the production of content from Latin America that responds to the region’s problems and concerns from its own, critical viewpoint.
Dates for this call for papers:
Opens: April, 2016.
Closes: July 1, 2016.
Results announced: July 25, 2016.
The organisation will assume neither transport costs nor travel expenses, however an invitation letter will be delivered to the speaker in order for him or her to request support from their university or institution.
The candidate must indicate clearly whether he or she wishes to participate and send the proposal to María Ángela Sasaki Otani, mail: email@example.com and Evelyn Téllez Carvajal, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements: Presentation summary (one page maximum) and a brief summary of your resume (one page maximum)
Open to: Professionals, academics and graduate students in any area of International Law.
Tentative topics: Terrorism, Information Technology, Human Rights, Environment, History of Law, Investment, Regional Integration, TTP, Intellectual Property and the Jurisprudence of International Courts on Latin American issues, among others.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Call for Papers: Latin American Network of International Law’s Second Conference (RELAREDI 2016)
The Pontificia Catholic University of Peru, with the support of the Mexican Yearbook of International Law, and the Latin American Network of International Law, has issued a call for papers for the Latin American Network of International Law’s Second Conference (RELAREDI 2016), to be held October 27-28, 2016, in Lima. Here's the call: