Activities

The ICC Statute Reaches 20: Critical and interdisciplinary approaches

July 1998, Rome. After 3 years of negotiations, plenipotentiaries from 185 member states of the United Nations adopt a convention establishing a permanent international criminal court. 20 years later, an assessment is needed. Whilst many saw in the Rome Statue a theoretical construction doomed to fail, the last two decades proved them wrong, at least on paper. Nowadays, the International Criminal…

THE USE OF LAW BY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY

  International and interdisciplinary symposium : THE USE OF LAW BY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY,  Brussels, 22-23 March 2018 Keynote speakers : Michael McCann (University of Washington) Presentation – Podcast  Liora Israel (EHESS) – Podcast Bruno Frère (Université de Liège) – Podcast in french Shalini Randeria (IWM, Vienne) Registration (free): colloque.22-23.mars.2018@ulb.ac.be Programm Venue: Salles Schuman &…

The use of law by social movements and civil society. Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals The use of law by social movements and civil society The team of the Concerted Research Action « Strategic Litigation » together with the ISA Research Committee 47 Social Movements launch a call for proposals for an international and interdisciplinary symposium on the use of law by social movements and civil society.…

17 March 2016: Student Tribunal for International Dispute Settlement: Is the Greek public debt legal?

On Friday, March 17, the Student Tribunal for International Dispute Settlement (STIDS) will proceed to its hearings in the case of the legality of the Greek public debt. The Tribunal is seized, in particular, of the question of the conformity to international law of the 2015 Memorandum of Understanding between the European Union, Greece and…

Conférence : Premiers commentaires sur le jugement Hissène Habré – 30 juin 2016

UN TOURNANT POUR LA JUSTICE PÉNALE INTERNATIONALE ? LE JUGEMENT DE HISSÈNE HABRÉ PAR LES CHAMBRES EXTRAORDINAIRES AFRICAINES Avec Annemie Schaus – Vice-Rectrice à la politique académique, ULB Reed Brody – Conseiller juridique et Porte-parole de Human Rights Watch Olivier Corten – Professeur ordinaire, Centre de droit international, ULB Vaios Koutroulis – Professeur assistant, Centre…

Visite de Stephen Rosenbaum (UCBerkeley) et Selma Josso (Université François Rabelais)

27-29 avril 2016 Stephen Rosenbaum, John & Elizabeth Boalt Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley, SSRN / Bio. Selma Josso, Maître de conférences de droit public, Université François Rabelais de Tours – Institut de Recherche Juridique Interdisciplinaire (IRJI) François, Rabelais, Département Responsable de la Clinique juridique en droit européen – CJDE.