Youth, Peace, and Conflict

18th April 2022

  Around the world, more than 600 million young people live in fragile and conflict-affected contexts today. Despite being deeply affected by violence in a myriad of ways, young people’s voices are no...

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The Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries (BIO) as a Sustainable Development Actor

7th April 2022

National Development Banks and development finance are increasing their role in channelling Official Development Aid in the Global South. The report is the outcome of a year-long research on the Belgi...

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Litigating Corona? How Lawsuits Could Shape Post-Covid Decisions, and How States Should Respond to Them

22nd October 2020

This new research project within GCILS aims to identify, map, and analyse developments in litigation that are emerging in response to government measures taken to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The...

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Endless Conflicts

15th April 2020

Professor Robin Geiß (PI), Dr Giedre Jokubauskaite (Co-I) and Dr Asli Ozcelik Olcay (Co-I) have received a prestigious research grant (£315,960) from the AHRC/DFG Funding Initiative in the Humanities ...

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ReVisions Seminar Series

1st February 2020

The ReVisions Seminar Series invites scholars to share their current research on international law.  The process of revision provokes a re-interpretation of the record of international law and seeks t...

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‘The Hope of Ages is in the Process of Realization’: Establishing a World Court, 1920-1922

1st January 2020

During 1920-1922, experts and diplomats established the Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ), located in The Hague. This was no mean feat: for centuries, activists and lawyers had argued th...

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