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The Goettingen Journal of International Law seeks contributions for its 12.1.Issue.

Deadline for submissions is 1st September 2021.

Over two million deaths are currently attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines become available, an end to the crisis seems in sight. However, not all countries are able to access vaccines easily for the benefit of their populations. Moreover, the emergence of coronavirus mutations and, by extension, the danger of increasing infection rates are matters of ongoing concern.

For our first issue of 2022, we seek authors that reflect on international issues raised by the ongoing global pandemic and its direct and indirect effects. Furthermore, we welcome contributions on current developments in Space Law and the Law of the Sea. Apart from this focus, we welcome any contribution to the current discourse in International Law, including papers with a theoretical and interdisciplinary approach. The word count is about 15.000 words (excluding footnotes and abstract).

For queries please contact Ida Oks at info@gojil.eu

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The Goettingen Journal of International Law (www.gojil.eu) seeks contributions on the topic

International Law in Times of a Pandemic (Deadline: 1st August 2021).

Over two million deaths are currently attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic. As vaccines become available, an end to the crisis seems in sight. However, not all countries are able to access vaccines easily for the benefit of their populations. Moreover, the emergence of coronavirus mutations and, by extension, the danger of increasing infection rates are matters of ongoing concern.

The pandemic continues, thus, to be omnipresent in our lives and gives rise to a number of legal questions, including in international law. GoJIL is seeking student contributions that explore such questions from novel and interesting perspectives.

See for further information: Student Essay Competition

For queries please contact Ida Oks at info@gojil.eu

× Our Essay Competition is open to students (including doctoral students). For graduated scholars and professors we offer an open call for papers.

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The European Court of Human Rights Through the Looking Glass of Gender: An Evaluation
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