Professor Gian Luca Burci on “A New Treaty on Pandemics: What Is It For and Do We Need It?”

A lecture delivered for the CIL eAcademy on 25 November 2021 by Professor Gian Luca Burci, Adjunct Professor of International Law / Academic Adviser, Global Health Centre / Director, Joint LLM in Global Health Law and Governance / Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies on “Climate Change Refugees and related notions“. Moderated by Dr Nilüfer Oral.

Recorded live on Zoom on 25 November 2021.

After Glasgow – The Take of Chief Negotiators on the Results of COP26 and the Road Ahead

The UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow is scheduled to end on 12 November 2021. Set against a stark sixth assessment report by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and extreme weather reports making headlines across the globe, no other international conference this year is drawing as high expectations for progress on tackling global warming and reducing carbon emissions than Glasgow. Together with the Embassy of Switzerland in Singapore, the Centre of International Law at the National University of Singapore is convening a high-level panel discussion on the key developments at COP26 as they relate to global climate change law and governance, such as the conclusion of the so-called Paris Rulebook and the future of market-based approaches under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. The current or former lead negotiators of three states – Singapore, Switzerland and New Zealand will share their perspectives and reflections on the outcome at COP26, the contributing factors as well as the post COP26 landscape and what to expect next.

Ms Monica Feria-Tinta on “Climate Change Refugees and related notions”

A lecture delivered for the CIL eAcademy on 17 November 2021 by Ms Monica Feria-Tinta, Twenty Essex on “Climate Change Refugees and related notions“. Moderated by Professor Patricia Galvão-Teles.

Recorded live on Zoom on 17 November 2021.

Professor Larissa van den Herik on “Crimes against Humanity and Genocide: advisory opinions in the Netherlands”

A lecture delivered for the CIL eAcademy on 10 November 2021 by Professor Larissa van den Herik, Professor of Public International Law, Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University on “Crimes against Humanity and Genocide: advisory opinions in the Netherlands“. Moderated by Professor Patricia Galvão-Teles.

Recorded live on Zoom on 10 November 2021.

10 Nov 2021 COP 26 Special! A Conversation with Professor Payam Akhavan on the Agreement for the Establishment of the Commission of Small Island States on Climate Change and International Law

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