Submissions are invited for a two-day workshop on Protest Movements and International Law in Heidelberg on all aspects pertaining to protest movements in international law.
About the Call for Papers
Submissions are invited for a two-day workshop in Heidelberg, Germany on all aspects pertaining to protest movements in international law.
Abstracts will be selected for the on-site conference in Heidelberg in November 2023. Afterwards, the conveners plan to submit selected papers as a Special Issue to an international law journal.
Themes and Sub-themes
Particularly interested in submissions on:
- Human Rights protection of protest movements
- Protest movements and international Human Rights adjudication
- Protest movements in international and regional democracy frameworks
- The prohibition of intervention and support to protest movements
- Invocation of international law through protest movements
- Case studies on protest movements from an international law perspective
- The democratic or anti-democratic impact of protest movements
- Protest movements and their relationship to regional and international organizations
- Distinguishing violent from nonviolent protests from a perspective of international law
- A right to revolution or rebellion in international law
How to Submit?
Please submit abstracts of no more than 500 words alongside a short CV of one page to email@example.com by 30 April 2023. Applicants will be notified by the end of May.
April 30, 2023
Christian Marxsen (Humboldt University; MPIL) and Florian Kriener (MPIL)
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