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Congress «Constitutional Challenges: Global and Local». Full Programme. Oslo, 16-20 june 2014

15 abril, 2014

 

Programme

Constitutional Challenges: Global and Local

Monday 16 June 2014

   
09:00-17:00 Registration

Venue: In front of the entrence to The University Aula, Domus Media

09:00-11:00 Meeting of the outgoing Executive Committee of the IACL

Venue: Juridisk eksamenssal, Domus Academica

13:00-14:00 Opening Ceremony

Programme [pdf]

Participants should be seated by 12.45 at the latest.

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

14:00-14:30  Coffee / tea break (with snacks)
14:30-17:00 Plenary session 1: The Quest for Constitutional Harmony: From the Enlightenment Constitution  to a Legally Pluralistic World.

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

18:00-20:00 Reception at the Storting (the Norwegian Parliament)

Venue: The Norwegian Parliament (pdf.)

 

Tuesday 17 June 2014

   
09:30-11:00 Parallel workshops 1-6

Workshop 1: Constitutional responses to terrorism

Chairs: David Cole (USA), Lech Garlicki (Poland)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 2: Sub-national constitutions in federal and quasi-federal constitutional states  

Chairs: Bob Williams (USA), Giacomo Delledonne (Italy)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 3: Constitutional studies of free trade and political economy

Chairs:  Gonzalo Villalta-Puig (Australia), Armand de Mestral (Canada)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 4: Social rights group

Chairs: George Katrougalas (Greece), Marcelo Figuieredo (Brazil)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 5: Constitutional dialogues

Chairs: Tania Groppi (Italy), Marie-Claire Ponthereau (France)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 6: The constitutional challenges of immigration

Chairs: Cesar Landa (Peru), Andrew Le Sueur (UK)

Venue: To be announced

11:00-11:30 Coffee / tea break
11:30-13:00 Parallel workshops 1-6 continue
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-17:00 Plenary session 2: Embedding the Constitution in Society (Challenges from Below)

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

 

Wednesday 18 June 2014

   
09:30-11:00 Parallel workshops 7-12

Workshop 7: Sexual and reproductive rights : liberty, dignity and equality

Chairs: Vicki Jackson (USA), Eva Brems (Belgium)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 8: The internet and the Constitution

Chairs: Adrienne Stone (Australia), Djedjro Meledje (Côte d’Ivoire)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 9: Constitutional identity and constitutionalism beyond the nation state

Chairs: Susanna Mancini (Italy), Manuel Cepeda (Colombia)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 10: The constitution and illiberal democracies

Chairs: Javier Couso (Chile), Christina Murray (South Africa)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 11: The new spring of constitution-making

Chairs: Nadia Bernoussi (Morocco), Mo Jihong (China)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 12: Constitutions and financial crisis

Chairs: Cheryl Saunders (Australia), Elena-Simina Tanesescu (Romania)

Venue: To be announced

11:00-11:30 Coffee / tea break
11:30-13:00 Parallel workshops 7-12 continue
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-17:00 Meetings of research groups and regional associations
16:00-17:00 Meeting of the Council of the IACL

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

18:00- Reception at the OsloCity Hall

Venue: Oslo City Hall

 

Thursday 19 June 2014

   
09:30-11:00 Parallel workshops 13-17

Workshop 13: Constitutional dimensions of political parties and elections

Chairs: Charles Fombad (Cameroon), Claude Klein (Israel)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 14: New challenges to the freedom of the media

Chairs: Giuseppe de Vergottini (Italy), Yasuo Hasebe (Japan)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 15: The transformation of the principle of the separation of powers

Chairs: Bertrand Mathieu (France), Javier Garcia Roca (Spain)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 16: Direct democracy

Chairs: Enyinna Nwauche (Nigeria), Kostas Mavrias (Greece)

Venue: To be announced

 

Workshop 17: Federalism, community identity and distributive justice

Chair: Jean-Francois Des-Biens (Canada)

Venue: To be announced

11:00-11:30 Coffee break
18:00- Meeting of the incoming Executive Committee of the IACL

Venue: Juridisk eksamenssal, Domus Academica

 

Friday 20 June 2014

   
09:30-11:00 Plenary session 4: Judges’ Panel: Proportionality in Constitutional Adjudication 

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

11:00-11:30 Coffee / tea break
11:30-13:00 Plenary session 4 continues
13:00-13:30 Closing ceremony

Speakers:

  • Representative of the local organizers
  • President of the IACL
  • General Secretary of the IACL
  • The organizer of the next World Congress

Venue: The University Aula, Domus Media

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