Events

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Netherlands: towards mandatory human rights due diligence legislation

The conference ‘Corporate Social Responsibility in the Netherlands: towards mandatory human rights due diligence legislation’ will take place on 12 November 2021 at the The Hague Humanity Hub. The regulation of multinational corporations, especially in situations of negative impact, poses challenging questions. Current developments show a transformation of voluntary and sector driven guidelines into legally …

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Workshop: Article 47 of the EU Charter and effective judicial protection: The National Courts’ perspective (hybrid)

On 23 and 24 September 2021, the GLaw-Net Research Network will host a hybrid workshop ‘Article 47 of the EU Charter and effective judicial protection: The National Courts’ perspective’. During the workshop, senior and junior academics and practitioners specialising in EU law will discuss the application of Article 47 of the EU Charter and of …

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Sensing Practices & Representations of More-than-human Worlds

Jointly organized by: Dr. Marie Petersmann (Tilburg University) m.c.petersmann@tilburguniversity.edu Dr. Andrea Leiter (University of Amsterdam) a.b.leiter@uva.nl Date: 17-18 March 2022 Time: 09:00-13:00 Abstract This conference is the culmination of a series of workshops on the role that emerging technologies play in mediating the agency of the nonhuman. Over the course of 2021, six tech-developers from …

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Conference on ‘Global Standards and EU Law – Challenges for European Administrative Law’ (webinar)

On 17 and 18 June 2021, Prof. Mariolina Eliantonio, Annalisa Volpato and Sabrina Röttger-Wirtz are organising the conference ‘Global Standards and EU Law – Challenges for European Administrative Law’ (via Zoom). In this conference, the speakers will critically reflect on the increasing incorporation of global standards in the EU legal system and the legal questions …

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Workshop ‘Transitioning towards sustainable European cities: a law and governance perspective’ (webinar)

On 7 and 8 June 2021, Carlo Colombo (Maastricht University) and Prof. Martijn Groenleer (Tilburg University) are hosting the workshop ‘Transitioning towards sustainable European cities: a law and governance perspective’. Taking stock of the latest developments across the world of science and practice, legal and governance scholars will offer a fresh perspective on the transition …

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Workshop: Article 47 of the EU Charter and effective judicial protection – The Court of Justice’s perspective (webinar)

On 15 and 16 April 2021, the GLaw Research Network will host the online workshop ‘Article 47 of the EU Charter and effective judicial protection: The Court of Justice’s perspective’. During the workshop, senior and junior academics specialising in EU law will discuss various aspects of the impact of Article 47 Charter on the EU constitutional order. On the …

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Call for panels: Transformative effects of Covid-19 on Law and Globalisation

Conference Transformative effects of Covid-19 on Globalisation & Law 16-17 September 2021 It is hard to name an area of life that the Coronavirus pandemic has not affected – from travelling to doing groceries and from grieving to global politics. Yet, as we brace to enter the second year with Covid-19, we can see that …

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Conference: Netherlands as forum conveniens for collective claims?

On 5 February 2021 a group of renowned experts will discuss the (comparative) position of Dutch courts in the settlement of complex private transnational disputes in light of recent Dutch and European legislation.     The starting point for this event is the observation that a number of complex multijurisdictional cases find their way to the Dutch courts. …

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