Sustainable Ocean Conference 3-4 sept 2020
The Sustainable Ocean Project is pleased to announce its final conference to be held Utrecht, on 3-4 September 2020. This will be the closing event of the project, which has been dealing with the following overarching research question since 2015: how can the law contribute to the sustainable use of the oceans and strike a balance between competing interests at sea?
Top speakers from around the world
Three distinguished keynote speakers will be in attendance: Prof. Jutta Brunnée (University of Toronto), Prof. Malgosia Fitzmaurice (Queen Mary University of London), and Prof. Catherine Redgwell (University of Oxford).
The conference will be structured around four interrelated themes:
- Due diligence as obligation and/or balancing standard;
- Balancing principles in international law interpretation;
- The role of regionalism in the accommodation of multiple interests;
- The role of state consent and the participation of other actors in international law-making and law implementation.
Programme and practical information.
The full programme can be found as a PDF here:
The conference will take place via Zoom. A limited number of participants will be allowed to actively participate in the discussions. Please register before 24 August 2020 by using the registration links below.
3 September 2020
15.00-17.15 | Session 2 – The role of regionalism in accommodating multiple interests in the global framework
Please register to Session 2 through this link
YouTube Live Stream URL: https://youtu.be/EYq1YaL3XQ8
4 September 2020
15.00-16.15 | Session 4 – State consent and other actors
Please register to Session 4 through this link
YouTube Live Stream URL: https://youtu.be/yLCZjbKtu2k
The conference will also be streamed live and the recording of the sessions will be subsequently made available. More information on this will soon follow here. For any query, do not hesitate to contact us ( email@example.com).
Call for abstracts
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries. We are looking forward to your participation and fruitful discussions.
The Sustainable Ocean Project research team.