Category Archives: Allgemein

En tant qu’ancien boursier j’annonce avec plaisir que la Suisse finance des études au Collège de l’Europe à Bruges et Natolin, ainsi qu’à l’Institut européen de Florence — International Law in Switzerland – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

La Suisse finance des études au Collège de l’Europe à Bruges et Natolin), ainsi qu’à l’Institut européen de Florence

La Suisse finance des études au Collège de l’Europe à Bruges et Natolin, ainsi qu’à l’Institut européen de Florence — International Law in Switzerland – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Les bourses d’études pour les universités européennes annoncées par le Secrétariat d’Etat à la formation, à la recherche et à l’innovation SEFRI : En 2022, le SEFRI attribuera : quatre bourses pour le Collège d’Europe à […]

La Suisse finance des études au Collège de l’Europe à Bruges et Natolin, ainsi qu’à l’Institut européen de Florence — International Law in Switzerland – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Looking forward to moderating a session at the 2021 Human Rights Week Scientific Colloquium: Discrimination and Inequalities – Geneva and online, 25-26 November — International and Comparative SOGIESC Law – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Looking forward to moderating a session at the 2021 Human Rights Week Scientific Colloquium: Discrimination and Inequalities – Geneva and online, 25-26 November — International and Comparative SOGIESC Law – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

2021 Human Rights Week Scientific Colloquium: Discrimination and Inequalities – Geneva, 25-26 November While discriminations and inequalities have always been a subject of international concern, the trend in recent years indicates an increase rather than a decrease of the phenomenon. This tendency has been further aggravated by the COVID 19 pandemic, despite the fact that […]

2021 Human Rights Week Scientific Colloquium: Discrimination and Inequalities – Geneva and online, 25-26 November — International and Comparative SOGIESC Law – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Invitation to the Webinar “Jurisdiction over Tax-Related Disputes in Investment Arbitration”, 11 November between 14.00 and 16.00 CET — International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Webinar series on the “Role of Investment Arbitration in Tax Disputes” – 2nd session, “Jurisdiction over Tax-Related Disputes in Investment Arbitration”, 11 November between 14.00 and 16.00 CET Dear Colleague, After the successful launch of our webinar series on the “Role of Investment Arbitration in Tax Disputes” yesterday, we are now pleased to invite you to the […]

Webinar “Jurisdiction over Tax-Related Disputes in Investment Arbitration”, 11 November between 14.00 and 16.00 CET — International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Happy to announce our participation in the Exposition Continuum – savoirs et récits LGBTIQ+ à Lausanne, Vernissage: Mercredi 27 octobre, 16h00

Exposition Continuum – savoirs et récits LGBTIQ+ à Lausanne, Vernissage: Mercredi 27 octobre, 16h00 Constituée de différents récits de personnes LGBTIQ+ et d’éclairages scientifiques sur ces thématiques, l’exposition CONTINUUM est une invitation à réfléchir sur nos réalités et imaginer nos existences au-delà de toute case sociale prédéfinie ou discriminante. Elle est complétée par les travaux […]

Exposition Continuum – savoirs et récits LGBTIQ+ à Lausanne, Vernissage: Mercredi 27 octobre, 16h00 — LGBTI Recht in der Schweiz – Droit LGBTI en Suisse – by Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Join us for the Annual Meetings of the Swiss Society of International Law and the Swiss Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) on 19 November in Bern — It is not too late to become a member ! – International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Annual Meetings of the Swiss Society of International Law and the Swiss Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) on 19 November in Bern

Annual Meetings of the Swiss Society of International Law and the Swiss Branch of the International Law Association (ILA) on 19 November in Bern — International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Looking forward to speaking at the Scientific Conference SSDI / ILA- Swiss Branch on “Current Developments Relating to State Immunity”, University of Bern, 19 November 2021 — International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Scientific Conference SSDI / ILA- Swiss Branch on State Immunity, University of Bern, 19 November 2021

Scientific Conference SSDI / ILA- Swiss Branch on “Current Developments Relating to State Immunity”, University of Bern, 19 November 2021 — International Law Association – Swiss Branch (since 1929) – President: Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Switzerland accepts same-sex marriage in referendum: 64.1 % of the voters say yes – all cantons and most municipalities accept it — International and Comparative SOGIESC Law – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

Switzerland accepts same-sex marriage in referendum: 64.1 % of the voters say yes – all cantons and most municipalities accept More information in English: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-58696604 For an interactive overview for each municipality see here: https://www.luzernerzeitung.ch/schweiz/interaktive-karte-die-abstimmungsresultate-in-der-uebersicht-wie-die-kantone-und-gemeinden-abgestimmt-haben-ld.2191575

Switzerland accepts same-sex marriage in referendum: 64.1 % of the voters say yes – all cantons and most municipalities accept it — International and Comparative SOGIESC Law – Professor Andreas R Ziegler

European research access vital for Swiss universities

European research access vital for Swiss universities

Switzerland’s top universities and research institutes have called on the government to intensify efforts to regain access to European Union research collaborations. Switzerland has been relegated to “non-associated third party” status in the EU’s flagship research scheme as a result of deteriorating political relations with the European bloc. Last week, the government announced plans to free up CHF290 million ($313 million) to make up for lost grants from the Horizon Europe program. But a collection of top Swiss learning establishments, known as the ETH Domain, said on Thursday that the money is not enough on its own. Researchers and students are also losing priceless connections with EU counterparts by being frozen out of the most prestigious projects, including space and quantum research. “Switzerland is losing an opportunity to help shape the development of European research and innovation and to set priorities,” ETH Domain stated. “There is a risk that top researchers will…

More: https://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/sci-tech/european-research-access-vital-for-swiss-universities/46973294