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Launch of International and Comparative Disaster Law essay competition

June 13, 2016

Disaster Law competitionThe second annual “International and comparative disaster law essay contest” has been launched.

The contest is open only to students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at any university (anywhere in the world) at the time of submission. Essays may examine any issue related to law and disasters due to natural hazards, but must do so either from a comparative or an international law perspective, or both. Comparative essays should examine laws or legal issues from no less than three countries.

The winner of the contest will receive:

– A monetary prize in the amount of CHF 500.

– A free annual membership in the American Society of International Law and waiver of fees for attendance of the ASIL annual meeting in April 2017.

The winner will also have his or her paper published as a “Working Paper” of the IFRC’s Disaster Law Programme. They will retain copyright of their papers and may subsequently publish them elsewhere, according to the terms of the Working Papers series.

A message announcing the name of the winner and runners up of the contest will be sent to all members of the ASIL DLIG, as well as to the co-sponsors and made public on the ASIL website.

The deadline for submissions is 31 August 2016.


 

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