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Reminder: LDRN 4th Annual Conference - "The Plurality of Law & Development" | 15 February deadline for proposals

The call for papers is out for the 4th annual conference of the Law & Development Research Network: “The Plurality of Law and Development",  to be hosted by Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany, on 25 – 27 September 2019. See our earlier announcement for more information Proposals and expressions of interest (as well as applications for travel grants) are welcomed until 15 February 2019 For further details and proposal …
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Call for LDRN members' monthly publication highlights

A monthly list of LDRN members' publications is being compiled on the website to give visibility to individual members' research and keep readers up to date on recent work. If you are an individual LDRN member and would like to highlight a recent publication, please send references and/or links to the Editor by the final Monday of each month.  Preference generally goes to publications …
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Lecture Series of the Belgian Francqui Chair 2018-2019 | Dr Margot E. Salomon (LSE) - "Neon Gods of the Human Rights Legal Project" | 21 / 22 February & 9 May 2019 | University of Antwerp, Belgium

The University of Antwerp is delighted to announce that Dr Margot E. Salomon has been awarded a Belgian European Francqui Chair for the year 2018-2019. As laureate of the Belgian European Francqui Chair the University of Antwerp, Faculty of Law, will host a lecture series by Dr Salomon on "Neon Gods of the Human Rights Legal Project" The series will kick off with an inaugural …
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Call for applications (PhD / post-docs / research manager): RIVERS project | University of Deusto, Spain

In the framework of the project RIVERS - Water/human rights beyond the human? Indigenous water ontologies, plurilegal encounters and interlegal translation, the Human Rights Institute of the University of Deusto has opened a call for applications for one (1) PhD researcher, two (2) postdoctoral researchers and one (1) research manager. Deadline: 30 January 2019 RIVERS follows two interrelated research streams: I) indigenous visions/practices: …
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Sociolegal Studies Early Career Writing Workshop | 21 - 23 March 2019 | University of Cape Town, South Africa

The Sociolegal Studies Early Career Writing Workshop will take place on 21 - 23 March 2019 at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. This intensive workshop is for a small group of early career scholars from any university in Africa to receive feedback on papers in progress and mentoring on writing/publishing processes. The Workshop will cover travel expenses and …
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