Women

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Women's Economic Rights, International Law and the Financial Crisis

Author: 
Laurisha Cotton

Women’s participation in business and

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16th Annual Grotius Lecture: Women and Children: The Cutting Edge of International Law

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R. Carter Paret

Distinguished Professor Radhik Coomaraswamy delivered the 16th Annual Grotius Lecture, unofficially launching the 108th Annual Meeting of t

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Distinguished Jurists to be Honored at the 2014 Annual Meeting

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Carter Paret

ASIL Cables is pleased to congratulate Alain Pellet, Cherif M. Bassiouni and Fatou Bensouda, who will be honored at the ASIL-ILA Gala Dinner on Friday April 11, at 8:00 pm. 

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Next Week’s ASIL Meeting Highlights

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Carter Paret

With the Annual Meeting only days away, ASIL Cables would like to highlight a few key events should not missed this year. 

 

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IG Update: Women in Law Interest Group

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Christie Edwards and Clara Brillembourg

The Women in International Law Interest Group (WILIG) of the American Society of International Law would like to announce the annual WILIG Luncheon.  The WILIG will honor International Court of Jus

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Co-Chairs’ Thoughts on the Effectiveness of International Law

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Laurisha Cotton

We are only a few weeks away from the Annual Meeting. Recently, our meeting co-chairs, Larry Johnson, Oona Hathaway and Fionnuala D.

ICC Released Draft OTP Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender Based Crimes (February 7, 2014)

Author: 
Adom Malcolm Cooper

On February 7, 2014, the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Criminal Court published a DRAF

Substantive New Normative Provisions on Women and Armed Conflict Concurrently Adopted by the United Nations Security Council and the CEDAW Committee

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18
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5
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Aisling Swaine
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Monitoring the Implementation of CEDAW toward Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights

The American Society of International Law and ASIL Academic Partner American University Washington College of Law's Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law are pleased to present a three-part continuing legal education (CLE) series to provide a forum for the better understanding and discussion of human rights and humanitarian law theory.This first course will focus on how human rights related to sexual and reproductive health are enshrined in the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), governmental obligations to implement those rights, and m

The Prosecution of Gender-based Crimes by International Criminal Courts: An Assessment of Successes

In the last two decades international criminal courts such as the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the International Tribunal for Rwanda have issued judgments characterizing gender-based crimes as war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide, depending on the context in which the crimes had been perpetrated.