Inaugural PGR Conference – Panel IV: Preparing for Future Crises



Inaugural Postgraduate Conference in International Law and Human Rights
International Law and Human Rights in Crisis?

Day 2

Panel IV: Preparing for Future Crises
09.45—10.45

Chair: Dr Joshua Curtis (University of Liverpool)

09.45 – 10.00
Snjólaug Árnadóttir (University of Edinburgh)
The Effect of Climate Change on Maritime Delimitation and Existing Maritime Boundaries

10.00 – 10.15
Jean-Michel Marcoux (University of Victoria)
Trying to Avoid a Crisis in the Elaboration of a Business and Human Rights Treaty: An Interactional Account of the Guid-ing Principles

10.15 – 10.30
Philippa Osim (Lancaster University)
Corporate Impunity: Developing International Enforcement Mechanisms as a Solution for Human Rights Violations

10.30 – 10.45
Discussion

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The Organising Committee is excited to announce that every Panel and Session during the conference, during which our delegates will present, will be Live Streamed on YouTube or on Periscope. The Poster Session will be streamed via mobile on Periscope, including short Q&As with Poster delegates on their research.

This is an exciting opportunity for our delegates to demonstrate their research internationally and engage with the wider public. It is also a great opportunity for our international delegates’ colleagues to participate and engage with the conference in Liverpool Live online, as well as those otherwise unable to travel to Liverpool for the day.

For more information about ILHRU and the Inaugural PGR Conference:

twitter: @livuni_ILHRU – https://twitter.com/livuni_ILHRU
hashtag: #ILHRUConf2016 – https://twitter.com/hashtag/ILHRUConf2016?src=hash

email: ilhrucon@liverpool.ac.uk

More about ILHRU:
https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/law/research/international-law-and-human-rights-unit/about/

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