We were excited to launch our new series of Wednesday Webinars in the autumn. In the testing times of the pandemic, when we could not organise events in our usual fashion, the Webinar Series has provided an online platform for forward-thinking debates, with a strong voice from our audience, on the most pressing issues and challenges in international law and global affairs.

The webinars are held fortnightly, on Wednesday afternoons at 3pm, and are free and open to the public. Some of them are recorded and you can access videos on our website and YouTube channel. The series will continue in Semester 2 – follow us on social media and keep an eye on our website for the 2021 Winter/Spring Webinar Schedule.

Webinar Schedule:

Semester 2:

13 January – International Law as a Profession with Gillian Forsyth as our guest speaker 

10 March – Webinar with Eran Shtoeger, on the Security Council and the Use of Force

24 March – Webinar on investment arbitration “mega-awards” with Dr Antonio Marzal

8 April – Webinar with Dr Fuad Zarbiyev, Dr Akbar Rasulov and John Haskell from Manchester University

21 April – Webinar on Bridging the Humanitarian-Peace-Development Divide in Protracted Armed Conflicts

 

Semester 1:

30 September:

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

14 October:

International law and rival governments

28 October:

World Trade Governance: 2020 and beyond

11 November:

Justice for Syria? Roundtable discussion on current developments

25 November:

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


Individual links to register for each webinar will be published on the respective event pages. Please follow us on Twitter @UofGCILS  and visit our Events page for further details. You can also join our mailing list to receive regular updates on our upcoming webinars.