- Brigitte Herremans (HRC researcher) on 'Human rights under fire: Lawfare and the shrinking space for human rights defenders in Israel'
- Martin Konecny (European Middle East Project) on 'Trump's Middle East plan and the international order'
- Tom Ruys (GRILI) on 'Settling Palestine's status at the International Criminal Court'
On Monday 27 April there is a class on genetic resources, within the course ‘International and European Biodiversity Law’ by Prof. An Cliquet. There are 3 speakers:
- Ays Sirakaya (Ghent University), on access and benefit sharing of genetic resources
- Marc Heijde (VIB), on genetic modification
- Piet van der Meer (Ghent University), on international regulation of genetic modified organisms
The guest lectures take place from 2:30 until 5:30 PM, in auditorium Pleitlokaal.
The Ghent Rolin-Jaequemyns International Law Institute is a vibrant research institute, composed of ten faculty members and more than 20 doctoral and post-doctoral researchers. Its activities span the entire realm of public international law, ranging
from the law of armed
conflict and interna-
tional human rights
law, to the law of the
sea, international en-
vironmental law and
international criminal law.