On the 29th and 30th October 2010, the UNILU Chair of Comparative Law with the support of the University of Lucerne will host a two-day workshop on Transnational Legal Process and Human Rights.
Object and Theme
Within the broader and currently very topical theme of the ways in which human rights norms are transferred between legal and political systems, the workshop will focus on the following ( non-exhaustive) list of topics:
-Role and Relevance of National Human Rights Traditions in International Law:
- Nature and Impact of International and Transnational Organizations in the Transfer of Human Rights Norms:
- Crossing Borders in Multicultural Societies
- International Constitutionalization and Human Rights
The presentation and discussion of papers is designed to promote reflection and debate between students, researchers and professors while encouraging presents to organize as efficiently as possibly their scholarly work. The workshop is also intended to promote early-stage research and networking synergies.
Students of international, European or comparative law as well as early career researchers are particularly invited to respond to this Call for Papers.
Submission of Paper Proposals
Paper proposals should be clear, concise and not exceed 500 words. Proposals should be written in English and include the following information:
- Name, surname, email of the author(s)
- Affiliation and academic status of the author(s)
- Title of the paper
- Clear indication of the sub-theme to which the paper belongs
- Keywords ( maximum 10 words)
Paper proposals must be submitted by August 15, 2010 to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If your proposal is selected, you will be informed by August 23, 2010.
Dr Kyriaki Topidi
University of Lucerne
Phone +41 41 2287418
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