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28th ANZSIL Conference. Inertia or Innovation? Reshaping International Law for a Complex Future

  • 30 Jun 2021
  • 06 Jul 2021
  • Online

How can we reshape international law in order to respond to and engage with our complex future?  Recent developments have presented distinct challenges to the effectiveness and legitimacy of international law in the form of populism, polarisation and pandemics.  More systemically, the architecture of international law – its processes, institutions and values – is being challenged by environmental change on a scale that has precipitated the beginning of a new geological epoch: the Anthropocene. Our future is increasingly complex, and that complexity is found in every area of international law.  The response of institutions and processes to recent and current challenges has been characterised at times by inertia or innovation or, in the case of the WTO, for example, both.  At the 28th ANZSIL Conference we encourage participants to reflect on whether, and if so, how, international law has been, is currently being and could be reshaped for our complex future.  

The Organising Committee for the 28th Annual Conference invites paper submissions and panel proposals on any area of public and private international law relevant to the conference theme. The Committee particularly welcomes panel proposals drawing on diverse areas of international law around a particular theme.  Proposals for discussion-based panels are also welcome.

ANZSIL 2021 will be fully online and will be held from 30 June - 6 July 2021.  

The deadline for paper and panel abstracts is 1 March 2021.  Please see the call for abstracts for further details.

 


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