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Public International Law

Lunchtime Discussion Group

Trinity Term 2015  

Thursdays at 12:30

The Old Library, All Souls College

 

The speaker will commence at 12:45 and should conclude before 2:00pm.  A light lunch is available and no RSVP is necessary

 

Week 3 - 14 May                    Surya Subedi, Professor of International Law at the University of Leeds, UN 
                                                Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in Cambodia
                                                 The UN Human Rights Special Rapporteurs and the impact of their work: some 
                                                 reflections of the longest serving UN 
                                                 Special Rapporteur for Cambodia

Week 4 - 21 May                    Charlotte Peevers, University of Technology Sydney
                                                 The politics of Justifying Force and the Chilcot inquiry: Revealing the 'inner life' 
                                                 of International Law


Convenors of the Oxford Public International Law Discussion Group: Ryan Manton and Kate Mitchell

The discussion group’s meetings are part of the programme of the British Branch of the International Law Association and are supported by the Law Faculty and Oxford University Press.

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The Annual James Muiruri International Law Lecture

‘Recognition and Enforcement of Human Rights at the International Court of Justice’

A lecture by Judge Julia Sebutinde, International Court of Justice.


13 May 2015
 18:00-19:30
St George's Church

Judge Julia Sebutinde is a jurist and has been a member of the International Court of Justice since 2012. She is the first African (Ugandan) woman to be a judge for the World Court. In 1996, she was appointed Judge of the High Court of Uganda. In 2005 Justice Julia Sebutinde worked for the Special Court on Sierra Leone, handling several high profile war crime trials while most notably, responsible for hearing the case against Charles Taylor.

The Sheffield Centre for International and European Law named their Annual Lecture in honour of James Muiruri a PhD student in the Centre. James Muiruri was tragically killed in Kenya in January 2009 only a couple of months after successfully defending his thesis.

Book your place.

The lecture is free and everyone is welcome to join us.

Book here http://annual-lecture.eventbrite.co.uk

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Public International Law

Lunchtime Discussion Group

Trinity Term 2015  

Thursdays at 12:30

The Old Library, All Souls College

 

The speaker will commence at 12:45 and should conclude before 2:00pm.  A light lunch is available and no RSVP is necessary

  

Week 2 - 7 May                      Sarah Nouwen, University of Cambridge
                                                 Complementarity in the line of fire: The catalysing effect of the International 
                                                 Criminal Court in Uganda and Sudan

Week 3 - 14 May                    Surya Subedi, Professor of International Law at the University of Leeds, UN 
                                                Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in Cambodia
                                                 The UN Human Rights Special Rapporteurs and the impact of their work: some 
                                                 reflections of the longest serving UN 
                                                 Special Rapporteur for Cambodia

Week 4 - 21 May                    Charlotte Peevers, University of Technology Sydney
                                                 The politics of Justifying Force and the Chilcot inquiry: Revealing the 'inner life' 
                                                 of International Law


Convenors of the Oxford Public International Law Discussion Group: Ryan Manton and Kate Mitchell

The discussion group’s meetings are part of the programme of the British Branch of the International Law Association and are supported by the Law Faculty and Oxford University Press.