Making international law work for women post-conflict : new voices

Publié le 14 juin 2018 par Institut du genre

This workshop seeks to bring together early career researchers to explore new perspectives on international law, women and post-conflict situations. It will address the multifaceted challenges facing women in post-conflict situations and to explore ways in which international law can (and should) be put to work in order to effectively assist women and secure their rights in the aftermath of contemporary conflicts. Contributions which explore the interdisciplinary perspectives on this theme as well as those which reach beyond the question of accountability for CRSV are particularly welcome.
The workshop will also present an opportunity for early career researchers to share their research with experts in the field of international law, women, peace and security.

Deadline : Titles and abstracts of no more than 300 words should be sent with a
biography of no more than 100 words to Dr Olga Jurasz ( by 10am GMT on Monday 25 June 2018.
Participants will be asked to provide draft papers (4000 - 4500 words) in advance of the workshop.

Workshop : The workshop will be held on 26 and 27 November 2018 at Amnesty
International, Human Rights Action Centre in London.

Eligibility : This is the workshop for early career researchers (max. 8 years from the award of a PhD or equivalent professional / research experience). Participation of early-career researchers from the Global South and conflict-affected countries is particularly welcome.

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