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International Conference on Islamic Constitutionalism

Warwick Law School and GRP- ID sponsored

International Conference on Islamic Constitutionalism, Radcliffe House, Warwick University, United Kingdom

4-5 July 2019

Programme

3 July 2019: Arrival of participants

4th July 2019 Day One of conference

9.30 am: registration & welcome

Session One: 10.00 - 11.15

Chair: Shaheen Ali

Speaker: Haider Al Hamoudi

Discussant: Abdul Paliwala

Followed by Q&A, feedback on draft paper and presentation.

11-15-11.30 Tea/Coffee break

Session Two: 11.30 - 12.45

Chair: Ayesha Shahid

Speaker: Russell Powell

Discussant: David Vitale

Followed by Q&A, feedback on draft paper and presentation.

12.45 – 1.45: Lunch

Session Three 1.45 - 3.00

Chair: Ming-Sung Kho

Speakers: Shaheen Sardar Ali & Arjumand Bano Kazmi

Discussant: Michael Saward

Followed by Q&A, feedback on draft paper and presentation.

3.00-3.15 Coffee/Tea

Session Four: 3.15 – 4.30

Chair: tbc

Speaker: Shahbaz Ahmed Cheema

Discussant: Arshi Hashmi

Followed by Q&A, feedback on draft paper and presentation.

5th July 2019 Day Two

Session Five: 9.30 -10.45

Chair: Lena-Maria Moller

Speaker: Martin Lau

Discussant: Christine Schwobel-Patel

Followed by Q&A, feedback on draft paper and presentation.

10.45-11.00 tea coffee

Session Six: 11.00-12.15

Chair: tbc

Speaker: Muhammad Waseem

Discussant: Raza Saeed

Session Seven: 12.15 – 1.00

Summing up and next steps. Information regarding final draft papers for review/timelines and publication in the symposium issue of the Arab Law Quarterly 2020

1.00-2.00 Lunch

2.00 – 3.00: ALQ Editorial Board Meeting

3.00- 6.00: We would like to invite colleagues for a drive through the Warwickshire countryside including Stratford-upon-avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace where, weather permitting, we can have a stroll. Followed by dinner at Warwick University.

Tue 02 Jul 2019, 10:48 | Tags: GRPEvents, GRPNews

GRP ID Annual Postgraduate Conference

The Politics of Hope - Reviving the Dream of Democracy and Development

GRP-ID Annual Postgraduate Conference 2018/2019

Thursday 13 June 2019 
9.30am – 5.00pm 
University of Warwick
Oculus Building, Room OC 1.08
Wed 15 May 2019, 11:14 | Tags: GRPEvents, GRPNews

GRP ID Keynote Address by Greg Power

Getting to Grips with Politics in Complex Places: Behaviour, Institutional Change and Political Development - Keynote Address by Greg Power

Thursday 13 June 2019
5pm - 6pm*
University of Warwick
Oculus Building, Room OC 1.08
Wed 15 May 2019, 11:12 | Tags: GRPEvents, GRPNews, events

Gold, Blood and Financial Crime - The Truth and Politics: GRP ID Annual Lecture

WEDNESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2019

(UPDATED TIME)
Lecture and Q/A Session: 4:00pm - 5:30pm (followed by a drinks reception)
Venue: Social Sciences Building, Room S 0.21

Chaired by: Dr Renske Doorenspleet (PAIS)

Amjad Rihan, whistleblower on the global gold trade and the Founder of Global Business & Financial Integrity (GBFI), which campaigns for policy reform in combatting financial crime, will speak on the role of the gold trade in fuelling conflict and human rights atrocities.

How does the gold trade facilitate terrorist financing, illegal arms trading and the laundering of billions of dollars of criminal money? What is the role of international organizations and states - both in the global South and North, extractive industries and corporate firms? What is the impact of the gold trade on conflict, war, corruption and international development? The Annual Lecture of Warwick’s GRP’s International Development Programme will focus on these questions.

Please register here: http://warwick.ac.uk/grpidlecture19

Tue 29 Jan 2019, 09:01 | Tags: GRPEvents, news, GRPNews, annual lecture

SUSTLAW Call for Applications

The University of Antwerp Law Faculty’s Law and Development Research Group will be running a post-graduate programme on “Sustainable Development and Human Rights Law” (SUSTLAW) from 11 February to 3 May 2019. SUSTLAW offers a comprehensive teaching programme based on the research lines of the Law and Development Research Group. The programme runs in conjunction with the Faculty’s Master of Laws (LL.M).

Tue 17 Jul 2018, 15:47 | Tags: GRPEvents, news, events

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