ANZSIL IPSIG workshop held at Adelaide Law School

Petra Ball (Australian Red Cross), Leonard Blazeby (ICRC), Professor Melissa de Zwart, Georgia Hinds (ICRC).


On Friday, 31 May, the Research Unit on Military Law & Ethics (RUMLAE) and Adelaide Law School hosted the 2019 Australian & New Zealand Society of International Law (ANZSIL), International Peace & Security Interest Group annual workshop.

The workshop brought together presenters from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom to present papers on a broad range of topics relating to international peace and security. Topics included: reparations, attribution for conduct in outer space, the relationship between contentious objection and the right to peace, climate change, obligations of corporations to comply with international humanitarian law, reliance on data in decision making, splinter cells, and more.

Professor Melissa de Zwart officially welcomed presenters to Adelaide Law School.  Dr Stacey Henderson co-organised and chaired the workshop, and Professor Dale Stephens and Associate Professor Matthew Stubbs delivered papers.

This event was supported by ANZSIL, Adelaide Law School, and RUMLAE.

The participants in the 2019 IPSIG workshop (not shown A/Prof Matthew Stubbs)


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