Call for Papers
Abstracts may only be submitted via the Easy Chair system. They must be no longer than 300 words and must include your title, name and institutional affiliation and your email address for correspondence.
The deadline for the submissions is Monday 19 January 2015.
This stream includes both indigenous and minority rights, at the domestic, regional and/or international level. Papers from any theoretical perspective are welcomed, as are papers which consider practical aspects of rights realisation, implementation and enforcement. Of particular interest would be papers which discuss debates on the normative meaning to be given to particular indigenous or minority rights. Indigenous and minority rights issues also intersect with many other areas of law, and papers which focus on these intersections (for example, environmental law, international economic law, intellectual property, tangible and intangible cultural heritage) are also particularly welcomed.
Informal queries prior to abstract submission are also welcomed, and can be made by emailing Sarah Sargent at the above email address.
Session Programme (Papers and rooms are subject to change)
Thursday: Session 7: Social sciences Room 0.11
Session Title: Current Issues for Indigenous Peoples
Papers: Logic, Scale and Jurisdiction: Critiquing VAWA 2013 - Jen Hendry.
An analysis of indigenous family mediation in Taiwan - Grace Tsai
Law, Policy & Governance of Indigenous Land Rights in Development Projects - Kinnari Bhatt.
The Sami, One People, Four Countries - Snusu Hirvonen-Kowal,
Thursday: Session 8: Social sciences Room 0.11
Session Title: Current Issues for Minority and Indigenous Rights: Language and Culture
Papers: Global Governance and Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Information Society - Paolo Davide Farah
Access to Justice in Ireland for Limited English Proficiency Persons - Maria Silva
The Question of Cultural Genocide - Snusu Hirvonen-Kowal