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.

Webinar

“Taxation under International Investment Law: A Round Table on Cairn Energy v India”

GCILS Webinar “Taxation under International Investment Law: A Round Table on Cairn Energy v India”.   Panel Discussion moderated by Toni Marzal   Taxation has become in recent years a cen...

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The UN Security Council as a forum for international dispute settlement and legal discourse – webinar with Eran Sthoeger

The UN Security Council as a forum for international dispute settlement and legal discourse GCILS Webinar with Eran Sthoeger in conversation with Christian Tams   We are pleased to invite you to...

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“Strategic Human Rights Litigation – Understanding and Maximising Impact” – Helen Duffy in conversation with Anni Pues

GCILS Webinars: “Strategic Human Rights Litigation – Understanding and Maximising Impact” – Helen Duffy in conversation with Anni Pues Professor Helen Duffy, professor of human...

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“A Matter of Survival? Attributing the Conduct of Secessionist Entities to Third States at the ECtHR”

A Matter of Survival? Attributing the Conduct of Secessionist Entities to Third States at the ECtHR Is Armenia responsible for human rights violations committed by Nagorno-Karabakh? Is Russia respons...

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International Law as a Profession | Webinar

International Law as a Profession- Gillian Forsyth

We’re delighted to invite you to the first event in the new year 2021 – the next event of our International Law as a Profession Series, which will take place virtually, via Zoom, on 13 Jan...

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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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