CfP South Asia in the Era of International Courts and Tribunals, 28-29 February 2020, New Delhi

The Conference is announced in the backdrop of discernibly increased activities of international courts and tribunals. Abstracts are invited that engage with the conference theme which intends to facilitate a number of streams of inquiry both within and across them. In particular, the conference theme invites engagement with a range of issues broadly falling within the following three sub-themes:
Sub-Theme 1: The Composition and Competence of International Courts and Tribunals and the Role of South Asian Countries.
Sub-Theme 2: The Strategies and Advocacy before International Courts and Tribunals and South Asian Countries.
Sub-Theme 3: The Impact of International Courts and Tribunals on the Governance of South Asian Countries.
Interested scholars are invited to submit one abstract of 400–500 words. Full name, email address and affiliation of the applicant must be written at the top of the document containing the abstract. Proposals should identify whether they are a “young scholar” proposal. The abstract file must be submitted in .doc, .docx or .pdf format, and named “Surname_Name_SACT2020_Abstract”. The applicant must also send a one-page curriculum vitae, including a list of most relevant publications. The curriculum vitae file must be submitted in .doc, .docx or .pdf format, and named “Surname_Name_SACT2020_CV”. The subject column of the submission e-mail must be composed as “SACT2020 Submission – Surname_Name”. The abstract and the curriculum vitae must be emailed to: <>.
Selection criteria
Relevance to the Conference theme
Originality of the paper
Geographical and gender balance of the participants
Issue of the call for papers: 28 February 2019
Submission of abstracts (400–500 words): 30 June 2019
Communication to the successful applicants: 31 July 2019
Submission of full papers (8000–12000 words): 15 December 2019
Last date of registration: 31 January 2020
Conference dates: 28–29 February 2020
More information here.
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