The ‘Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law’ project seeks to address these and related questions from the perspective of multiple disciplines and angles.
Papers will be discussed in a project conference to be held in New Delhi on 25th – 26th August, 2017, and considered for publication in an anthology to be edited by a team led by Professor Morten Bergsmo. All papers will be reviewed by an editorial committee.
Interested speakers should send a draft title and abstract of their proposal (500 words), written in English, together with a curriculum vitae to email@example.com
Proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis, and are due no later than 21st March, 2017.
Selected speakers will be notified as they are accepted, no later than 25th March, 2017.
Their travel to, and accommodation in, New Delhi will be covered by CILRAP. Guidance will be offered to authors during their preparation of papers, as may appropriate.
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