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File Call for Papers - League of Nations
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Call for papers: The Legacy of the League of Nations
We invite proposals of early career researchers for papers to the conference ‘The Legacy of the League of Nations’ to be held at Leicester Law School on 31 January 2019.
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Conference: The League of Nations
The conference will assess the legacy of the League of Nations and the role of its successor, the United Nations, as a driving force for the development of international law.
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Law Professor speaks at Nobel Prize Nominee Nadia Murad's public lecture
Professor Jill Marshall highlights the vulnerability of girls and women in times of conflict despite international law's promise.
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The Negotiations at the Paris Peace Conference Relating to Prosecution of Kaiser Wilhelm
Professor Schabas will discuss the developments at the Paris Peace Conference in light of his new book The Trial of the Kaiser (Oxford University Press 2018).
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Same-sex marriage under International law
Research seminar jointly organised by the international law cluster and CELI on the status of same sex marriages under international law
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Postcolonial Trojan Horse or genuine agent for change? An inquiry into postcolonial engagement between Third World States and the United Nations, 17 October 2019
Dr. Thamil Venthan Ananthavinayagan (Griffith College, Dublin) will present a paper analysing the UN's engagement with Third World countries.
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Book launch: How could the rule of law at the UN Security Council improve international peace and security?
This book explains the necessity of a rule of law framework for the Security Council before analysing existing literature and UN documents on the domestic and international rule of law in search of concepts suitable for transposition to the arena of the Security Council.
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Protecting Human Rights of British Nationals in detention around the world: a view from the coalface, 4 May 2017
Ms Vicki Prais, Human Rights Adviser, Prisoner Policy and Human Rights Team, Consular Directorate, Foreign & Commonwealth Office & Prisoners Abroad
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Treaty of Lisbon Lecture Series
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