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Seminarer, kurs og konferanser for ph.d.-kandidater

Her legges invitasjoner til seminarer, kurs og konferanser som kan være aktuelle for ph.d.-kandidater ved Det juridiske fakultet.

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Fakultetet får ofte invitasjoner til kurs, seminarer og konferanser som kan være aktuelle for ph.d.-kandidater. Disse legges ut på denne siden.

Arrangementene som legges her er ikke kvalitetssikret eller garantert studiepoenggivende, og interesserte må selv ta kontakt med arrangører dersom de ønsker ytterligere informasjon. 

 

 

Annual UiB/LawTransform PhD course on “Effects of Lawfare: Courts and Law as Battlegrounds for Social Change”  August 15th -30th  (preparatory period from 8th).

This is an interdisciplinary course open to students across UiB as well as other institutions in Norway and internationally. It is a hybrid course where the students come to Bergen for the week 22-26 August to take part in the Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation, but otherwise have digital classes and groupwork. It can also be taken as a fully digital course. 

In addition to a general track, where the students analyze processes of legal mobilization and their effects across different fields, we offer three special tracks this year: Democracy & autocratization through law; Gender, sexuality, health & the law; and Contestations over natural resources & climate change.

This year’s course is organized by the Research group on Law, Politics & Welfareat the Department of Administration and Organization Theory (which from 1 August will be the Department of Government) in collaboration with LawTransform (the CMI-UiB Centre on Law & Social Transformation).

The course is free of charge, but external students who choose the hybrid version and come to Bergen for the week of the Bergen Exchanges have to pay for their travel and accommodation (with some possibilities for partial grants).

For more information see the LawTransform webpage.  Apply here by 1 June 

 

2022 Summer School in Longyearbyen, Svalbard

The Norwegian Scientific Academy for Polar Research (NVP) has opened for new applications to the 2022 Summer School in Longyearbyen, Svalbard. This is an interdisciplinary summer school mainly for PhD students and Post-docs. It will be held at the University Centre in Longyearbyen (UNIS), 17 – 26 June 2022.

The main theme for the summer school is “The Global Arctic”. This summer school will be the first of a three-year summer school project, more information here.

More detailed information, including a tentative programme for 2022, can be found on this website.

Application deadline: 20 April 2022

 

 

PluriCourts, Senter for fremragende forskning ved UiO, arrangerer et flerdisiplinært, intensivt og internasjonalt PhD kurs om legitimiteten til internasjonal rett og internasjonale organisasjoner med spesiell vekt på internasjonale domstoler. 

PhD kurset avholdes i Oslo mellom 13 – 17 juni og vil ha et variert program bestående av moduler inne både filosofi, juss og statsvitenskap. Påmeldingsfristen er 15. Februar. Mer informasjon om kurset, påmelding og program finner dere her.

 

 

Forskningssenteret PluriCourts ved UiO skal i samarbeid med Høyesterett og Domstoladministrasjonen v/Samisk forum avholde seminaret «Samiske saker i norske domstoler – internasjonale og nasjonale perspektiver».

Formålet med seminaret er å belyse de utfordringene norske domstoler møter ved behandlingen av saker om samiske forhold. Teamer som vil tas opp inkluderer internasjonal urfolksretts betydning, dagens rettspraksis fra et samisk perspektiv,  og sametinget som rettskildefaktor.  En oversikt over det nåværende programmet ligger vedlagt sammen med en invitasjon til å følge seminaret. (Kontakt ph.d.-koordinator Karoline Aksnes dersom du ønsker program + mer info)

Seminaret finner sted mandag 21. mars 2022. Det vil gjennomføres i Høyesteretts Hus med både fysisk og digital deltakelse. Det vil også være mulig for alle å følge seminaret på www.hoyesterett.no.

 

 

Call for applications of the 2022 edition of the French Institute Nordic Award FINA.
The call for applications of the 2022 edition of the French Institute Nordic Award FINA is now opened until March 15th.
It is dedicated to Ph.D students or young researchers from a Norwegian institution who are carrying a research project related to the Ocean.
The laureates will be granted a scientific mobility trip in Brest, to expand their professional network, to meet their French counterparts and to visit the leading French marine laboratories.

More information and application: https://www.france.no/oslo/appel-a-candidaturescall-for-applications-fina-2022/
Contact: science@france.no

SDG Conference 2022

The fifth SDG Conference Bergen will take place 9-11 February 2022 with the theme “Ways of knowing, modes of living” (see SDG Conference Bergen | University of Bergen (uib.no) for details). This fully digital conference provides new opportunities to present emerging and important research by motivated PhD students and postdoctoral researchers addressing the conference themes. We will therefore invite all PhDs and postdoctoral researchers that are interested to present a digital videorecorded poster on your research and how it relates to the broad theme of the upcoming conference.

The deadline for submitting a two-minute videorecorded poster is 1 February 2022.

For more information on details on how to record your contribution and practical information regarding submitting, please see attached pdf flyer with information. Your videorecorded poster videos will be showcased in the conference platform and available for all digital participants to view.

This is a great opportunity to share your research with a global audience and we hope to see your presentation at the conference!

 

 

iCourts / PluriCourts PhD Summer School 2022

7 June - 10 June 2022 in Copenhagen

The Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) and Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order (PluriCourts) are hosting a Summer School for ambitious PhD students working on international courts and international bodies and organizations broadly in their social and political contexts. We particularly welcome applications from students whose projects have a strong empirical approach, who are from the Global South and whose projects center on non-European institutions.

See https://jura.ku.dk/icourts/calendar/2022/summer-school-2022/ for more information.

(Deadline for submission: 7 February 2022)