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The Institutionalization of Climate Security

Programme | ESIL Research Forum 2022 | Glasgow Wednesday, 30 March 2022 13:30 - 16:30 (BST) Hybrid: In person (University of Glasgow) and on Zoom Register to attend online: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAldOitrTkpGdxBBz1ZwvdNXWBOPJj6Vazx 13.30 - 13.45Welcome by conveners: Gail Lythgoe (University of Manchester)13.45 - 14.00Cathleen Berg ( University of Bayreuth): ‘A driving force or a mere follower: Whatrole... Continue Reading →

Call for Papers | Glasgow ESIL Research Forum 2022 | The Institutionalization of Climate Security

The ESIL Interest Group on International Organizations welcomes submissions from early career scholars for the interest group workshop taking place as part of the ESIL Research Forum in Glasgow on Wednesday, 30 March 2022.  THEME: The Institutionalization of Climate Security World peace and international security are key areas of international law in which international organizations... Continue Reading →

Mercosur at 30: the challenges of a post-pandemic world

Cláudio Finkelstein Professor of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil 1. Introduction: Mercosur and the pandemic On 25 March of 1991, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay signed the Treaty of Asunción creating the Southern Common Market (“Mercosur”). At the time, the intention was only to establish a mutual economic relationship within a free... Continue Reading →

ESIL Pre-Conference Workshop: international organizations’ action in times of covid-19: law-making by expertise and questions of soft law

We are pleased to publish the final agenda for the joint workshop organised by the interest groups on International Organizations and International Health Law.  WEDNESDAY, 8 SEPTEMBER, 2021 13:00 - 17:00 CEST  Hybrid Venue:  Stockholm University´s Aula Magna, Mimer(http://esil2021.se/venues/) Frescativägen 114 19, Stockholm, Sweden AND Online via Zoom. Email esil.igihl[@]gmail.com or CoordinatingCommittee[@]igioesil.blog for Zoom details... Continue Reading →

Book Talk with Lorenzo Gasbarri

The ESIL Interest Group on International Organizations today announces the launch of a new series, where we interview authors, researchers, and practitioners about their new research and the latest developments concerning international organizations. In this inaugural interview, Catherine Brölmann (University of Amsterdam) and Richard Collins (University College Dublin) interview author Lorenzo Gasbarri (Bocconi University) about... Continue Reading →

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Interest Group on Peace and Security / Groupe de Réflexion sur la Paix et la Sécurité

International Organisations Interest Group

European Society of International Law