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History and Mission

The Interest Group on International Organisations or simply IG-IO was formally established in January 2017 with the purpose of serving as an arena for academics and professionals working on international organizations to dialogue, debate and exchange their experience continually and through specific events and publications. As of December 2017, it counts 290 members and it continues to attract new affiliates.

The activities of the IG-IO form an integral part of the activities of the European Society of International Law. The IG-IO is administered autonomously by a Coordinating Committee in accordance with the ESIL Articles of Association and relevant ESIL rules and subject to supervision by the Board. The members of the Coordinating Committee serve as editors of of the IG-IO Blog.

 

Coordinating Committee 2018 & 2019

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Catherine Brölmann

Associate Professor of International Law at the University of Amsterdam. She has done extensive research into issues of international lawmaking and legal aspects of international organizations, both in academic publications and in national and international legal practice. Brölmann is a member of the Advisory Committee for Public International Law of the Netherlands Government. She is one of the editors-in-chief of Oxford International Organizations (OXIO).

 

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Richard Collins

Lecturer in International Law at University College Dublin (UCD), where he currently teaches and researches in the fields of public international law, international organisations and philosophy of law. Prior to joining UCD in January 2015, Richard was a lecturer at the School of Law, University of Sheffield, where he completed his PhD in 2011 looking at the institutional structure of the international legal order. An updated and revised version of his PhD thesis was recently published as “The Institutional Problem in Modern International Law (Hart, 2016). Richard also co-edited (with Nigel D White) the volume, “International Organizations and the Idea of Autonomy” (Routledge 2011). He has held visiting research positions at the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) and the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights. In 2018, Richard will be a visiting scholar at Osgoode Hall Law School, Canada and the University of Sydney, Australia.

 

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Member of the Research Group on Constitutions, Politics and Institutions, at the School of Law, University of São Paulo. Member of the Manchester International Law Centre, School of Law, University of Manchester. He holds a PhD in Law from the University of Essex. His doctoral thesis examined resistance to mandatory resolutions of the UN Security Council, which was published as a monograph in 2014 (Routledge). He carried his previous studies in law at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Fully qualified lawyer in Brazil since 1996, he spent twelve years in practice in International Investment and Trade Law before deciding to turn to the academia. His research is particularly concerned with the role of International Organisations and Non-State Actors in the international sphere.

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