About the author(s):
The Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions (RLEC) at the
University of Haifa, Faculty of Law and the Geography and Environmental Studies
Department, invite submissions for participation in the third young researchers workshop on “Terrorism and Belligerency”. The workshop will be held at the Minerva Center, University of Haifa, February 3-17, 2019.
Papers are welcomed on theoretical or practical legal issues related to terrorism and belligerency from varied perspectives, such as: history, philosophy, sociology, geography, technology, economics, and politics. A non-exhaustive list of possible subjects includes:
- National law applicable to dealing with situations of high and low intensity belligerency (international and non-international armed conflicts).
- International law applicable to dealing with situations of high and low intensity belligerency (international and non-international armed conflicts).
- Law applicable to counter-terrorism efforts.
- Constitutional design for armed conflicts and counter-terrorism.
- Judicial review related to situations of counter-terrorism and belligerency.
- Application of constitutional or international human rights protection in situations of armed conflict and counter-terrorism.
- Legal aspects of economic and sociological developments in counter-terrorism situations.
- Geographical scope of application to counter-terrorism and belligerency legal regimes.
- Legal aspects of the use of advance technologies in the battlefield or for counter-terrorism purposes.
- Application of “Just War” doctrine in situations of armed conflict and counter-terrorism
This workshop will feature twelve papers selected through this call. The expected formation will include twelve both from Israel and abroad. The workshop will be held over a 2 weeks period; participants from abroad will be offered residency in the university dormitories.
The purpose of this workshop is to convene a group of scholars for a high-level discussion on enduring and emerging questions on law and policy related to terrorism / belligerency. This workshop will offer participants a balanced combination of rigorous scholarly discussion and more relaxed social interaction.
The full call can be found here: Call-for-proposals-Terrorism-and-Belligerency-Workshop-February-2019. Abstracts are due by November 18, 2018.