Lecture 'Dispute Settlement in the Proposed Convention on Crimes against Humanity'

For whom
Students, Employees
When
03-03-2020 from 09:00 to 13:30
Where
Diverse locaties
Language
English
Organizer
Ghent Rolin-Jaequemyns International Law Institute (GRILI)
Contact
Luca.Ferro@UGent.be
Website
https://www.law.ugent.be/grili/news-events/upcoming
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Seminar on 'Best Research Practices' and lecture on 'Dispute Settlement in the Proposed Convention on Crimes against Humanity' by Dr. Sarah Nouwen

On 3 March 2020, Dr. Sarah Nouwen will visit the Ghent Rolin-Jaequemyns International Law Institute for a public lecture and an interactive seminar with (post-)doctoral researchers.

First, Dr. Nouwen's lecture will be on 'What's Missing in the Proposed Convention on Crimes against Humanity? The Peaceful Settlement of Disputes'. Appropriately, it takes place in the context of Prof. Ruys' eponymous course from 9.30 until 11 AM in the Pleading Room (Pleitlokaal). Second, the seminar will discuss 'Best Research Practices', using as a starting point her award-winning article for the Leiden Journal of International Law - entitled '"As you set out for Ithaka": Practical, Epistemological, Ethical and Existential Questions about Socio-legal Empirical Research in Conflict'. The seminar will take place from 12 until 1.30 PM in the Liberty Meeting Room.

Attendance to both events is free of charge, yet prior registration is required with Ms. Kristien Ballegeer (Kristien.Ballegeer@UGent.be)