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THE SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS
ju_sajhr_coverCall for Papers

30 years of SAJHR: Transformation and the Courts Conference

28-29 January 2015

The South African Journal on Human Rights (SAJHR) is celebrating its 30-year anniversary in 2014, coinciding with twenty years of democracy. To mark this momentous occasion the journal will hold a conference on ‘Transformation and the Courts’ in Johannesburg on 28 and 29 January 2015. This call for papers invites submissions for this conference.

For more information, download the flyer.

Category: Events

8 Nov 2013

TUdelftEIT ICT Labs’ Conference Mediating Presence: Mediating Justice 4 December 2013

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Announcement: EIT ICT Labs’ Conference Mediating Presence & Call for abstracts

Delft University of Technology will host the EIT ICT Labs’ conference ‘Mediating Justice: the changing nature of presence in the era of ubiquitous technology’.

Closing the research programme Mediating Presence, this conference aims to accelerate into the future and identify trends and implications of possible future systems of law. Can a courtroom be mediated? Will networks generate new systems of law? Is a new dynamic between fact and fiction emerging?

Results of contributions and deliberations are to be published in a special issue of AI & Society, Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication (eds.: prof.dr. Inge van der Vlies, dr. Caroline Nevejan, dr. Satinder Gill). Several authors have submitted abstracts in advance and will discuss these.

Presentations and short design workshops are solicited. EIT ICT Labs’s university faculty and students, artists and members of societal organisations are all invited to participate.

The detailed programme and registration will follow shortly.


International Institute of Social Studies

The Governance, Globalization and Social Justice research programme aims to produce internationally leading, socially committed and societally relevant research outcomes on issues of governance from an explicitly social justice perspective. This blog is a forum on which to share and discuss themes and issues which fall within the broad framework of the programme.