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IPSIG Workshop: New Technologies on the Global Battlespace

  • 13 May 2022
  • University of Queensland

2022 Workshop: University of Queensland, 13 May 2022

New Technologies on the Global Battlespace 

Call for papers: Deadline 13 February 2022

Technology has become inextricably linked with national and global security. New developments in science and technology create new opportunities to protect national interests or to promote the global. At the same time, they give rise to new vulnerabilities and risks. Technological advances also raise many legal issues. These touch on all areas of international peace and security law, including international humanitarian law/the law of armed conflict, the law relating to the use of force, arms control law, peacekeeping law, human rights law, as well as international and transnational criminal law.

The 2022 edition of the IPSIG workshop seeks to facilitate a discussion between ANZSIL members and legal practitioners about their work pertaining to this broad theme. It will also allow them to come together, as is the IPSIG objective, to take stock of best practices in teaching and public engagement on international peace and security law issues.

Further information on the workshop, format, submission process and financial support can be found here.

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