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  • 1-Pursuing a PhD and an Academic Career in International Law: Meet the Experts

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  • 2-The Effects of Human Rights Law on other Branches of International Law: An Annotated Compilation of Case Law and Bibliography

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

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

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

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

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  • 7-CGPL 2016 Annual Activity Report

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

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

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

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Extensions of Protection to Victims under CEDAW: Winds of change?

7 Nov AGALAND

Since its adoption 38 years ago the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) has become one of the most widely ratified human rights treaties. Indeed, CEDAW is a tool that provides a significant opportunity to give voice to women in the field of international human rights law. Yet, where does its perspective on gender stand 38 years after its adoption?

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