The Glasgow Centre for International Law and Security holds an exciting range of academic and professional events throughout the year. From research seminars to public lectures, in our activities, we aim to promote an understanding of how international law operates and helps to shape our world and why international legal research is crucial to this endeavour.

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Roundtable on the ‘Renaissance Dam’ dispute: the state of transboundary water law in the face of climate insecurity

Roundtable discussion The ‘Renaissance Dam’ dispute: the state of transboundary water law in the face of climate insecurity Wednesday 25 November 2020, 3pm GMT (via Zoom) The Great Ethiopian Renaiss...

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‘Justice for Syria? A reflection on developments and challenges’- roundtable discussion

‘Justice for Syria? A reflection on developments and challenges’ Roundtable discussion GCILS Webinar, Date: 11 November, Wednesday, 3pm (GMT), via Zoom We are delighted to invite you to our fourth ev...

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World Trade Governance: 2020 and beyond

World Trade Governance: 2020 and beyond GCILS Webinar, Wednesday, 28 October, 3pm (GMT), via Zoom The third event in our GCILS Webinars series was focusing on the World Trade Organization, its curren...

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International law and rival governments

International law and rival governments GCILS Webinar, Wednesday, 14 October, 3pm (BST), via Zoom Governments are key actors in international law: they act on behalf of the State; they have access to ...

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The UN @75 – Challenges for the new quarter-century

UN@75 – Challenges for the new quarter-century Glasgow Global Security Dialogue Series Wednesday, 30 September, 3.00pm (BST), via Zoom   The UN is marking its 75th anniversary in the midst of an ...

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GCILS Webinars – Autumn 2020

We are delighted to launch our new series of Wednesday Webinars this autumn. In the testing times of pandemic, the series aims to provide an online platform for forward-thinking debates on the most pr...

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