Happy New Year - Let’s Make 2019 the Blog’s Biggest Year Yet!
As we launch into 2019, we have a great range of posts scheduled, new partnerships to announce, and a new Associate Editor joining our team - welcome Toerien van Wyk!
The Next IACL World Congress will be Johannesburg 2022!
Did you know the next World Congress will be in Johannesburg on 5-9 December 2022? We'll keep you updated on news and updates as we receive them. Meanwhile, read more about the 2018 Congress below.
New Post: Human Dignity and the Brazilian Constitution
In this new blog post Natalia Brigagão explains how human dignity made its way into the Brazilian Constitution and its relation to social rights and Catholicism.
Forthcoming IACL Roundtable in New York
The next IACL Roundtable is 'A Passion for Civil Liberties: Building on the Legacy of Norman Dorsen', to be held in Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York City, 31 March- 1 April 2019.
#ICYMI: Check out the February Research Update from DEM-DEC
The latest global update from the Democratic Decay Resource (DEM-DEC) gathers research from the past month, suggestions from DEM-DEC users, and an expanding list of forthcoming research.
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