We’re on Hiatus

From early August until September we will be on hiatus. Feel free to continue sending us blog posts, proposals for Blog Symposia, and announcements at iacl.blogeditor@gmail.com, but note that no material will be posted until September.

In the meantime, you can check out our 4 Blog Symposia organised to celebrate the anniversary of our re-launch in June 2018, as well as our 2019 posts and author interviews in the Bookshelf section.


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A Blockbuster Symposium Season to Celebrate Our Re-Launch Anniversary

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To celebrate our one-year anniversary, and reflecting the Blog’s vibrancy and range of coverage, we are publishing 4 Blog Symposia back-to-back as a 'Symposium Season' from today until the end of July.

The Next IACL World Congress will be Johannesburg 2022!

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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: Recent Abortion Decision of Korean Constitutional Court

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Jeong-In Yun explains a recent decision of the Constitutional Court of Korea in which it found a complete ban on abortions was unconstitutional, ordering Parliament to amend legislation accordingly.

Latest Democracy Research Update - DEM-DEC (July 2019)

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Democratic Decay & Renewal (DEM-DEC)’s latest Research Update contains research worldwide from June-late July 2019; items suggested by DEM-DEC users; and an expanding list of forthcoming research.

New Post: IACL Research Group on ‘New Frontiers of Federalism’

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In this post, Erika Arban and Antonia Baraggia provide an overview (including upcoming events and members’ names) of the new IACL Research Group they are convening on ‘New Frontiers of Federalism’.

The Next IACL Roundtable is in Cusco, Peru

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The next IACL-AIDC Roundtable will take place in Cusco, Peru on 24-26 October 2019, on the theme 'The Constitutional Challenges of Migration Processes'. Find the Programme and Call for Papers at the link below.


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