Complicity in Human Rights Violations

E-Mail Adresse für Einreichungen: andreas.cassee@philo.unibe.ch
Deadline: 31.03.2019
Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Ort: Dubrovnik
Datum: 01.09.2019
Ende: 07.09.2019 --:--
Veranstaltende Institution: Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik

The annual course "The Diversity of Human Rights" in Dubrovnik aims at an interdisciplinary debate about the theory and practice of human rights. The topic of this year’s edition of the course is "Complicity in Human Rights Violations".


Human rights violations often involve many agents besides the party directly committing the violation. Taking the notion of complicity as a starting point, we aim to explore both theoretical and applied questions about the legal and moral responsibility of agents who provide material support to a primary perpetrator or are implicated in the violation of human rights in some other way.


If you are interested in presenting a paper or work in progress, please send an anonymised abstract of no more than 500 words, as well as your contact information in a separate file, to andreas.cassee@philo.unibe.ch by 31 March 2019.


Keynotes: Miles Jackson (University of Oxford), Christopher Kutz (University of California, Berkeley) and Chiara Lepora (ICRC)


Conveners: Andreas Cassee (University of Bern), Anna Goppel (University of Bern) and Corinna Mieth (University of Bochum)


Course Directors: Elvio Baccarini (University of Rijeka), Bernd Ladwig (Free University Berlin), Georg Lohmann (University of Magdeburg), Ana Matan (University of Zagreb), Corinna Mieth (University of Bochum), Christian Neuhäuser (University of Dortmund) and Arnd Pollmann (ASH Berlin)

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