Amnesty International, Climate Justice Consultant, United Kingdom and Ireland
Amnesty International is seeking a consultant for preparations for COP27. Applications close 14 August 2022. See here for more information.
INTERPOL, Counsel Legal Support to Operations, Singapore
Applications close 16 August 2022. See here for more information.
Green Climate Fund, Associate Counsel, Incheon, South Korea
Applications close 24 August 2022. See here for more information.
Associate, 4-5 years PQE, Marine, International Trade & Shipping, Clyde & Co, Sydney, Australia
See here for more information.
Office of the General Counsel, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines
Applications close 15 September 2022. See here for more information.
Fellowship, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
The UNFCCC is offering a one-year fellowship in its Legal Affairs Division for mid-career professionals who are already in a government’s employment and who are nationals of and working in a Small Islands Developing State or Least Developed Country. Applications close 12 August 2022. See here for more information.
Call for Papers, Beyond State Consent to International Jurisdiction – From Courts to Law
The State Consent to International Jurisdiction (SCIJ) project, funded by the Research Council of Norway and conducted at PluriCourts (University of Oslo) is issuing a Call for Abstracts for its closing conference entitled “Beyond State Consent to International Jurisdiction“. This conference has been tentatively scheduled for 29-30 September and will be held entirely online. Applications close 25 August 2022. See here for more information.
Global Corporations and International Law: Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship and University of Melbourne PhD Scholarship
Applications are now open for three scholars to undertake a PhD as part of Professor Sundhya Pahuja’s ARC Laureate Program in Global Corporations and International Law. Applications close 30 September 2022. See here for more information.
Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland”, 11 August 2022
In the next Space Café “Law Breakfast with Steven Freeland”, Host Steven Freeland, Emeritus Professor of International Law at Western Sydney University, Sydney and Professorial Fellow at Bond University, Australia, and Co-Host Torsten Kriening, SpaceWatch.Global’s Publisher, welcome Annie Handmer and Christopher Johnson at the wonderful and cosy Café in Washington, D.C. See here for more information.
Micronations and the Search for Sovereignty, 11 August 2022
Micronations and the Search for Sovereignty is the first comprehensive examination of the phenomenon of people purporting to secede and create their own country, featuring Dr Imogen Saunders (ANU, Faculty of Law) and Dr Harry Hobs (UTS, Faculty of Law). See here for more information.
UNCLOS III and the LOSC institutions and implementing agreements, 23 August 2022
The fourth instalment of the ANU Centre for International and Public Law webinar series on UNCLOS, moderated by Professor Don Rothwell, will focus on the institutions established under UNCLOS, including the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf, and the International Seabed Authority, and the current negotiations on an international legally binding instrument on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. See here for more information.
Launch of the International Review of the Red Cross: Emerging Voices, 15 September 2022
Join Australian Red Cross and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) for the Australian launch of the “Emerging Voices” edition of the International Review of the Red Cross. Samuel White and Ray Kerkhove, authors of Indigenous Australian laws of war: Makarrata, milwerangel and junkarti, will be joined by a panel of First Nations scholars and Elders to discuss Indigenous warfare, Indigenous knowledge and the lessons they can offer for International Humanitarian Law (IHL). Through its focus on Indigenous Australian laws of war, this event seeks to showcase the rich but often overlooked cultural traditions in war and the continued importance they play in demonstrating the relevance and universality of placing limits on how wars are conducted. See here for more information.