The USI Institute of Law (IDUSI) organises a seminar – Thursday 12 March, from 1.30 pm in the Aula Magna (USI, Lugano campus) – to discuss the responsibilities of States and investors for the sustainable use of natural resources. The event will be held in the context of the 7th meeting of the Committee of […]Invitation: Sustainable Natural Resources Governance in the SDGs Era Responsibilities of States and Investors (Lugano, 12/3) — International Law Association – Swiss Branch
The LL.M. International Business Law , organises a Conference on SOCIAL LICENSE AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES at the University of Lausanne on 27 March 2020.
I co-organise this event and am looking forwards to chairing a session on Consultation and Social License.
More: https://www.unil.ch/llm/home/menuinst/cooperations-1.htmlConference on SOCIAL LICENSE AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES, (Lausanne, 27/3/20) — International Law Association – Swiss Branch
Invitation: International Trade and Investment Law and Green Industrial Policy
In the framework of the Course “International Economic Law” (LLM Programme in International Business Law) by taught by Professor Andreas R Ziegler, Dr Elena Cima, Lecturer at the University of Geneva will deliver a presentation on “International Trade and Investment Law and Green Industrial Policy”. Everybody is welcome.
Elena Cima is currently Research and Teaching Fellow at ISE-GEDT (UNIGE). She holds a PhD in international law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from the University of Milan, and an LL.M degree from Yale Law School.
Her PhD thesis analyses the way in which international law deals with the trade and environment nexus. It does so exploring how the relationship between international trade and environmental norms has evolved over time, from their origin up to the most recent developments in terms of treaty negotiations, dispute settlement, and soft law instruments, both at the international and regional level. Through this analysis, it further explores the reasons underlying such evolution as well as its relevance and impact.
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Academics urged to rediscover role in ‘moulding’ society
Excessive focus on teaching and research is undermining a key function of academia, inquiry to hear
Le 9 février 2020, nous votons sur l’extension de la norme anti-raciste au critère de l’orientation sexuelle. Il s’agit d’obtenir une protection des lesbiennes, gays et bisexuel*le*s contre la haine, le dénigrement et la discrimination.
Am 9. Februar 2020 stimmen wir über die Erweiterung der Anti-Rassismusstrafnorm um die sexuelle Orientierung ab. Es geht darum, dass Lesben, Schwule und Bisexuelle einen Schutz vor Hass, Hetze und Diskriminierung erhalten.
As First Vice President I participated in a Board Meeting of the European Law Faculties Association (ELFA) at KU Leuven. This is the place where the association was founded in 1995, ie 25 years ago. This anniversary will be celebrated at this Year’s Annual General Meeting at the Faculty of Law of the University of Warsaw from 22-24 April 2020.
The second picture from the left above the group shows the Founding President, Professor Frans Vanistendael – at that time Dean of KU Leuven.
Just published: European Yearbook of International Economic Law (EYIEL) 2019 (edited by Andreas R Ziegler (UNIL) / Marc Bungenberg, Markus Krajewski, Christian Tams, Jörg Terhechte)
Volume 10 of the EYIEL focusses on the relationship between transnational labour law and international economic law on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). As one of the oldest UN Agencies, the ILO has achieved considerable progress with respect to labour rights and conditions. The contributions to EYIEL Volume 10 assess these achievements in light of current and future challenges. The ILO’s core instruments and legal documents are analysed and similarly the impact labour standards have on trade and investment agreements.
In its regional section, EYIEL 10 addresses recent developments in the US and the EU, including the US’ trade policy strategy towards China as well as the reform of the NAFTA. In its part on institutions, EYIEL 10 focusses inter alia on the role of the rule of law in relation to current practices of the International Monetary Fund and of the WTO’s Appellate Body as an international court. Furthermore, it provides an overview of current cases before the WTO. Finally, the volume entails a section with review essays on recently published books in the field of international economic law and international investment law.
Neighbouring so many global sport organisations and situated in the “Olympic Capital City”, the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration of the University of Lausanne proposes with partners from 2020, a new executive education certificate in the Regulation of Global sport.
In the 20th century sport has evolved from a passion for a few gentlemen to a global phenomenon involving millions of men and women as practitioners, spectators and/or consumers. In the 21st century sport is fully globalised and requires ever increasing amount of regulation that is both progressive and adaptable.
Domestic (hard) laws are to be considered alongside transnational sporting rules (soft laws). Challenges of global sport such as integrity, credibility and sustainability require the close cooperation of many stakeholders: national and international sports organisations, the local, national and international public sector, NGOs, and commercial entities (sponsors, broadcasters, network providers, event organisers). The ecosystem of global sport is more and more complex and requires a good understanding of its legal and geopolitical dimensions, as well as the multi-faceted challenges it faces.
This new certificate is organised around three consecutive modules, each under the responsibility of one of the schools of the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration of the University of Lausanne:
- The ecosystem of global sport
- Laws of global sport
- Challenges in global sport
Each module is composed of six full days of teaching under the responsibility of a UNIL professor who can invite guest lecturers and lead group work activities. The teaching is in English. Participants are encouraged to study and present at the end of the course a case of global sport regulation in order to obtain the certificate of advanced studies attached to the course.
- to know the different global sport stakeholders, their autonomy and their network governance, and the ecosystem in which they take part
- to understand the global sporting regulations based on domestic, European and international (hard) laws, and/or transnational sporting rules (soft laws),
- to reflect upon the possible evolution of global sport regulations thanks to the models and current issues presented in the course.
Each teaching day will be devoted to a precise theme. Participants will be asked to make presentations during classes and to prepare for these course days by reading selected texts. Group work is also planned as a part of each teaching day.
The programme is intended for participants who have a first university degree in a relevant field, or who manage (units of) global sport organisations and are faced with the challenges of global sport involving domestic (hard) laws and transnational sporting codes (soft laws). The CAS ReGS prepares its participants to become highly skilled experts and managers of global sport in multinational companies, international organisations, law firms, courts, NGOs and academia. A few seats are reserved for university graduates in career transition with relevant profiles and foreign participants who follow the Master in International Business Law.
|Day 1||06.02.20||The stakeholders of global sport|
|Day 2||07.02.20||The autonomy and governance of global sport|
|Day 3||20.02.20||The social responsibility of global sport|
|Day 4||21.02.20||The regulation of global pro sport|
|Day 5||05.03.20||The global anti-doping regime and actors|
|Day 6||06.03.20||Anti-doping regulation|
|Day 7||12.03.20||(Swiss) association law and global sport|
|Day 8||13.03.20||European law, competition law and global sport|
|Day 9||02.04.20||Arbitration law and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)|
|Day 10||03.04.20||Sports arbitration: practice and procedure of the CAS|
|Day 11||23.04.20||Sport contracts: employment and transfers of players|
|Day 12||24.04.20||Sport contracts: sponsoring/broadcasting/organising|
|Day 13||07.05.20||Integrity and corruption in global sport|
|Day 14||08.05.20||Intelligence and investigation in global sport|
|Day 15||28.05.20||Criminal law and global sport|
|Day 16||29.05.20||Forensic analyses in global sport|
|Day 17||11.06.20||Human rights in global sport|
|Day 18||12.06.20||Taxation and data protection in global sport|
|Day 19||26.06.20||Oral presentation of a regulation of global sport case proposed by the scientific committee|
New article (in German): Ziegler Andreas R, 2019/12/31. Der völkerrechtliche Status der Schweiz, in: Schweizerische Zeitschrift für internationales und europäisches Recht (SZIER, hrsg. von der Schweizerischen Vereinigung für internationales Recht), 2019 (4) pp. 549-580. Peer-reviewed.