2014 Summer Workshop: Local Justice, Global Standards and Critical Contemporary Challenges
About the ACUNS-ASIL Summer Workshop Program
The ACUNS-ASIL Summer Workshop is an annual program intended to bring together emerging scholars and practitioners who are at a relatively early stage in their careers. The purposes of the workshop are, first, to encourage new directions and new ideas in the analysis of international organizations; second, to establish and strengthen contacts between international relations scholars and the United Nations practitioners; and third, to stimulate advanced research and teaching in the specific workshop subject matter. Participants will prepare and present individual research papers, actively discuss others’ research presentations, and engage in meetings, guest lectures, and site visits in The Hague. Participants in the workshop will gain scholarly and practice-based knowledge and applied skills in the analysis of a number of issue areas related to the workshop theme.
- ACUNS will provide successful applicants with economy class return air travel between their location and the workshop site
- ACUNS will provide accommodations and some meals for the duration of the workshop
Date and Location
- July 11-19, 2014
- The Hague Institute for Global Justice
- The Hague, The Netherlands
The Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) exists to stimulate, support, and disseminate research, analysis on the United Nations, multilateralism, and international organization. ACUNS also promotes teaching on these topics, as well as dialogue and mutual understanding across and between the academic and practitioner communities.
Application deadline: February 21, 2014