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Upcoming proposal deadline for LDRN annual conference (15 February 2019)

Proposals and expressions of interest for the 2019 LDRN annual conference are due on 15 February 2019 - don't miss out! See the call for papers or download it here The 4th annual conference of the Law & Development Research Network -  “The Plurality of Law and Development” will be hosted by Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany, on 25 – 27 September 2019 The conference aims …
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LDRN Publication Workshop for Early Career Researchers in Law & Development | University of Antwerp, Belgium | 25 - 26 March 2019

The LDRN Publication Workshop for Early Career Researchers in Law & Development will take place at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, on 25 - 26 March 2019. It is co-organised by the University of Antwerp Law and Development Research Group and Warwick University Law School, with the cooperation of Cardiff Law and Global Justice at Cardiff University. _________________________________________ Most researchers in …
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EDOLAD Summer School | North-West University, South Africa | 3 - 8 March 2018

The EDOLAD (European Joint Doctorate in Law and Development) consortium is organising its first summer school at North-West University (NWU), South Africa, in the week 3-8 March 2019. The programme is a combination of skills training and keynotes, panels and roundtables on pressing issues in the field of Law and Development. The skills training focuses on fieldwork and communication, and …
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Van Vollenhoven Institute & international partners launch TRAFIG empirical displacement research project

On 1 January 2019, research partners from Europe, Africa and Asia launched a new EU-funded Horizon2020 research project, TRAFIG (Transnational Figurations of Displacement), which aims to contribute to finding solutions to protracted displacement. TRAFIG introduces a novel perspective by focusing on refugee’s connectivity and mobility as a part of the solution rather than part of the problem of protracted displacement situations. …
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ISS launches edited volume on the pedagogy of crises

On 25 January, the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) - a founding LDRN partner - launched 'The Pedagogy of Economic, Political and Social Crises', a volume edited by Prof. Bob Jessop and Dr. Karim Knio and published by Routledge. Crises have been studied in many disciplines and from diverse perspectives for at least 150 years. Yet recent decades have seen …
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LDRN member publications: December 2018 / January 2019

The following chapters, articles and/or other contributions were recently published by LDRN members:  ___________________________________________ Christoph Antons, ‘Copyright Law in Indonesia: From a Hybrid to an Endogenous System?’, in: John Gilchrist and Brian Fitzgerald (eds.), Copyright, Property and the Social Contract: The Reconceptualisation of Copyright, Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2018 (pp. 73-88) Kinnari Bhatt,'Chagos: A Chance for the ICJ to do more for …
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