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Call for Papers: Recovery and International Law

The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies is a biannual peer-reviewed journal published by Brill | Nijhoff.  The objective of the Journal is to explore the application of international law to humanitarian crises and, more specifically, to examine the role that this legal framework plays in protecting human security during

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Volume 11(1) published

Our Volume 11(1) has been published, with contributions from Karolina Aksamitowska, Cédric Cotter and Ellen Policinski, Rob Grace, Hyeran Jo, Diego Mauri, Tara Smith, and Margherita Stevoli.

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2019 Prize

We pleased to announce the first annual Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies Prize, which recognises the best article by an author under the age of 35 or within 8 years of completion of their PhD published in the Journal during the previous year. For 2019, a committee composed of

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Volume 10(2) published

Our Volume 10(2) has been published, with contributions from Elina Almila, Pouria Askary & Katayoun Hosseinnejad, Ximena Galvez Lima, Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen, Frédéric Mégret & Chloe Swinden, and Alessandra Michela De Tommaso.

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Volume 9(1-2) published

Our Volume 9 (2018) has been published. It includes the following contributions: The Creation and Protection of History through the Prism of International Criminal Justice in Al Mahdi Shea Elizabeth Esterling and Michael John-Hopkins | pp 1–60 Promoting the Teaching of IHL in Universities: Overview, Successes, and Challenges of the

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Call for Papers – Volume 10(2)

The Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies invites contributions for Volume 10(2), which will be published in December 2019. The Journal seeks to explore the application of international law to humanitarian crises and, more specifically, to examine the role that this legal framework plays in protecting human security during times

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Call for Papers – Volume 10(1)

JIHLS is now accepting contributions for Volume 10(1), which will be published in mid-2019. The Journal publishes full length articles (of no more than 10,000 words), shorter commentaries and case comments (4,000 words), and book reviews (1,500 words). The Journal welcomes contributions from academics, government and non-governmental organisation officials, military

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Expressions of Interest – Reviews Editor

JIHLS is seeking a Reviews Editor to join its editorial team. The Reviews Editor is responsible for the Journal’s Reviews section, which has previously focused on book reviews, but could be expanded to include other types of reviews as appropriate. In consultation with the Editors-in-Chief, the Reviews Editor will set the

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