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Habilitationsvortrag: Rechtliche Implikationen eines Verbots der Vollverschleierung – EMRK, Deutschland, Schweiz

29 November 2017 @ 14:0015:30
Universität Regensburg, Universitätsstraße 31
Regensburg, Freistaat Bayern 93053 Germany
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Habilitationsvortrag von Dr. Andrea Edenharter (Universität Regensburg). Mehr Informationen hier.

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A behavioural turn to global public goods and commons (registration required)

29 November 2017 @ 16:3018:00
Hertie School of Governance, Friedrichstraße 180
Berlin, 10117 Germany
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A talk by Anne van Aaken (Sankt Gallen University).  An initiative of the European & Global Governance Research Cluster at the Hertie School of Governance.  To register, please send an e-mail to Andrea Derichs (derichshertie-schoolorg).  More information here.

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Constructing international law: property, commerce and ‘expectations’, Dr. Kate Miles

29 November 2017 @ 17:0020:00
Finley Library, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, 5 Cranmer Road Cambridge CB3 9BL United Kingdom + Google Map

In the interests of fostering interdisciplinary interactions which might not otherwise occur, the Global Legal Histories Project is inaugurating a regular work-in-progress (WIP) seminar for junior and early-career researchers.   Some sessions will be devoted to discussion of new, published work in the field, and others to the sharing of works-in-progress, whether draft articles, chapters or book prospectuses, with a core group of scholars from a variety of disciplines.   ...

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The return of civic activism. How a new generation of civil society activists answer democratic challenges (registration required)

29 November 2017 @ 18:0019:30
Hertie School of Governance, Friedrichstraße 180
Berlin, 10117 Germany
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Civil society organisations promoting open society enjoyed enormous expansion in the developing and post-Communist worlds of the 1990s. Today, they face serious contestation from groups with different values and states that fear their legitimacy and want to control them, as well as persistent underfunding. What new actions are civil society groups taking, how are governments reacting to these and which groups should the international community support? Join us for a ...

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