Tag Archive: International Law

PSRP Panel: Understanding the Role of Political Settlements in Shaping the Opportunities for Progressive Institutional Change in Conflict-to-Peace Transitions

PSRP members have organised a panel at the conference ‘Gender, Institutions and Change: Feminist Institutionalism after 10 years’.

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Mainstreaming Women’s Rights in the Human Rights Council Special Procedures: The UN Special Rapporteur on Transitional Justice and UN Security Council Resolution 1325

This post by Dr Catherine O’Rourke, PSRP researcher from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) University of Ulster, was first published by IntLawGrrls on 27 February 2017. It addresses the integration of proliferating normative and legal activity to advance women’s rights in conflict under international law. One of the most significant contemporary developments in international law and its application to the […]

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In Turkey, Where the More Things Change . . .

This post by Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) University of Ulster, was first published by Just Securtity on 20 Septembre 2016. It addresses the consequences of the failed military coup in Turkey in terms of human rights.   The past couple of months have been tumultuous in Turkey. In short order, an ill-conceived military […]

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Professor Philipp Kastner: The role of international law in the context of peace negotiations

Professor Philipp Kastner, from the University of Western Australia, will give a talk on ‘The role of international law in the context of peace negotiations’ for the Scottish Centre for International Law at the University of Edinburgh. The talk is on October 9th 2015, and will be held in room G.02, 50 George Square.

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