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  • 1-Workshop at European Court of Human Rights CALL FOR PAPERS

  • 2-Turkey and International Law: History, Present and Future CALL FOR PAPERS

  • 3-CGPL presented its submission at the Istanbul Consultation on Strengthening the UN Treaty Body System 18 August 2017

  • 4-Taking Stock of the United Nations Human Rights Treaty Body Case Law: Trends and Developments 2014-2017 Workshop - 8 June 2017

  • 5-CGPL 2016 Annual Activity Report

  • 6-'Israel's Occupation at 50: Reflections on a Palestinian Doctrine of International Law' CGPL and Law School Lecture by Dr. Valentina Azarova

  • 7-CGPL Lauches a Series of Blog Posts on the Jurisprudential Trends in UN Treaty Body Views

  • 8-Study trip to Geneva of the Oxford Human Rights Law Reporters and LL.M. students

  • 9-Business and Human Rights: Assessing the Turkish Law and Practice in the Light of International Standards

  • 10-Register Now for CGPL Colloquium on Europe: A friend or a foe of global public law? Reminder

  • Launch of a Series of Blogposts on UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies

    Europe: A friend or a foe of global public law?

    The European Society of International Law 2016 Research Forum

  • Stocktaking of the Results of the Campaign Against Torture

    Workshop on the Effects of IHRL on PIL

    Human Rights Week at CGPL

  • "The European Court of Human Rights: Promoter or Predator of Democratic Transitions?" A Workshop Organized by PluriCourts, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo and the Center for Global Public Law at Koҫ University, September 19-20th 2015, Istanbul

    Is There Global Public Law? - Launch of the CGPL Colloquium Series - 2pm, Koç University, Rumeli Feneri Campus, Sariyer, Istanbul, Turkey

    AIRE Centre Founder Nuala Mole Talk at CPGL and Koç University Law School

  • CGPL and Universal Rights Group Roundtable on 'Religion-based and religion-related reservations to the main international human rights conventions'

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Why the Security Council Should Not be Involved Regarding Al-Bashir’s Immunity


In a post published on opinio juris in September 2015, I asked whether the International Criminal Court (ICC) was in need of support to clarify the status of Heads of States’ immunities.