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News from the IGLP - January 2017

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IGLP Collaborates with Thailand Institute of Justice

 


The IGLP is currently in Bangkok for an exciting new collaboration with the Thailand Institute of Justice (TIJ), bringing our world-renowned Regional Workshop to Bangkok from January 6-11, 2017. The IGLP is also collaborating on the concurrent  TIJ Workshop for Emerging Leaders  and the TIJ Forum on the Rule of Law and Sustainable Development.
 
Call For Applications: The IGLP Fellows Program



Inaugurated in 2006, the IGLP Fellows Program offers full or partial doctoral and post-doctoral fellowship support to a small number of scholars pursuing research in the areas of global law, economic policy, and social justice. Applicants considered for Fellowships are those whose work is challenging, original and focuses on progressive and alternative ideas within international law. Often, work of this nature is not supported by mainstream institutional resources and the IGLP strives to give opportunities for diverse ideas to flourish. 

Alumni of IGLP Workshops are especially encouraged to apply. Fellowships typically begin July 1st and run through June 30th.
 Applications are due by February 17th, 2017.

To learn about our current and previous Fellows, click here.


To learn more and apply, click here.

Usha Natarajan, IUCN Award Recipient

Usha Natarajan, IGLP faculty and Assistant Professor of Law and Associate Director of the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies at the American University in Cairo, has received the 2016 IUCN Global Emerging Scholar Award.

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world's oldest and largest environmental network. It is the global authority on the environment, uniting more than 1,300 governmental and non-governmental organizations. This award, announced at the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law annual gathering in Oslo, is given to two scholars from a global network of 200 law schools.

Usha received the award in recognition of her pioneering research in critical, third world, and postcolonial approaches to international environmental law as well as her collaborative network and movement building bringing together diverse scholars and practitioners from around the world, for both of which IGLP support networks and grants played an integral role.


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Roger Merino Acuña, former IGLP Visiting Scholar, has recently published "An alternative to ‘alternative development’? Buen vivir and human development in Andean countries" and "Justicia Social y Economía en la Teoría del Derecho. Las intersecciones entre el Derecho, la Economía y la Política" with Palestra Editores.

Honor Brabazon, IGLP alum, has collaborated with a number of IGLP faculty and alumni on the recently published book "Neoliberal Legality: Understanding the Role of Law in the Neoliberal Project" (Routledge). She has also published “Occupying Legality: The Subversive Use of Law in Latin American Occupation Movements” in the Bulletin of Latin American Research.

Natalie R. Davidson, IGLP alum, has published "Shifting the Lenses on Alien Tort Statute Litigation: Narrating US Hegemony in Filártiga and Marcos" in the European Journal of International Law.

Jorge Esquirol, IGLP Advisory Board member, has published "Ficções do Direito Latino-Americano" in Brazil by Editores Saraiva. The book explores the two main traditions of comparative legal scholarship on Latin America: the European legal family stream and the economic development stream.

Sandy Brian Hager, IGLP alum, has published “Public Debt, Inequality, and Power: The Making of a Modern Debt State” with the University of California Press.

Adaeze Okoye, IGLP Workshop Alumni, has published Legal Approaches and Corporate Social Responsibility: Towards a Llewellyn’s Law-Jobs Approach with 
Routledge.

Jimena Sierra, IGLP alum, has published “The criminalization of small-scale mining and the transnationalization of punishment..." (Spanish), a chapter in the book Minería y Desarrollo with the Universidad Externado de Colombia.

The Harvard International Law Journal invites submissions on a rolling basis from IGLP members for publication in the Summer 2017 Volume. The ILJ seeks to publish innovative, original scholarship that makes a significant contribution to the field of international law.


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