Weitere Lehrveranstaltungen

Masterforum (Mastermodul IPIR- Aktuelle Fragen der Forschung zur internationalen Politik und zum internationalen Recht)

Dozent/innen:

Prof. Dr. Nele Matz-Lück, Prof. Dr. Andreas von Arnauld, Prof. Dr. Kerstin Odendahl, Prof. Dr. Tine Stein, Prof. Dr. Dirk Nabers, Prof. Dr. Christian Martin, Dr. rer. pol. Wilhelm Knelangen, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Jan Asmussen, Dr. phil. Sven Singhofen, Ulrike Kronfeld-Goharani, Dr. Ines Weber

Angaben:

Kolloquium, 2 SWS
Zeit und Ort: Einzeltermine am 18.5.2017 16:00 - 18:00, WSP1 - R.309; 18.5.2017 10:00 - 16:00, WR400 - R.03.19; 13.7.2017 10:00 - 16:00, WR400 - R.03.19; 13.7.2017 16:00 - 18:00, WSP1 - R.309

Colloquium Milestones in International Jurisprudence

Dozentinnen/Dozenten
Erik van Doorn, Jens Theilen, Avril Rushe, Wiebke Staff, Katharina Wommelsdorff, Isabelle Haßfurther, Jens Kaiser, Felix Telschow

 

Angaben
Kolloquium, 2 SWS, benoteter Schein, ECTS-Studium
Unterrichtssprache Englisch
Zeit und Ort: Do 16:00 - 18:00, WR400 - R.03.19
vom 13.4.2017 bis zum 6.7.2017
1. Prüfungstermin (Klausur am Ende der Vorlesungszeit eines Semesters): 13.7.2017, 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr, Raum WR400 - R.03.19
2. Prüfungstermin (Klausur zu Beginn der Vorlesungszeit des Folgesemesters): 10.10.2017, 14:00 - 18:00 Uhr

 

Voraussetzungen / Organisatorisches
All information concerning content, participants are on OPEN OLAT

Vorlesung International Law of Marine Resources

Dozent
Erik van Doorn

 

Angaben

Vorlesung, 2 SWS, benoteter Schein, ECTS-Studium, ECTS-Credits: 6
Für Hörer/-innen aller Fakultäten, Unterrichtssprache Englisch
Zeit und Ort: Mi 16:00 - 18:00, OS75/S3 - R.177
vom 5.4.2017 bis zum 12.7.2017
1. Prüfungstermin (Klausur am Ende der Vorlesungszeit eines Semesters): 19.7.2017, 16:00 - 18:00 Uhr, Raum OS75/S3 - R.177
2. Prüfungstermin (Klausur zu Beginn der Vorlesungszeit des Folgesemesters): 10.10.2017, 14:00 - 18:00 Uhr
Bemerkung zu Zeit und Ort: ACHTUNG: Zweiter Prüfungstermin am 10.10. nur für IPIR Studierende in Raum OS 40, R.13

 

Voraussetzungen / Organisatorisches

Weitere Informationen sowie Anmeldung bitte unter OPEN OLAT einsehen

 

Inhalt

Participants: The module is open to bachelor or master students from all disciplinary backgrounds and faculties interested in the issue. No prior legal knowledge is required.

Module contents: The course offers the opportunity to read, discuss and analyse issues concerning different aspects of the international regulation of the use of living and non-living marine resources in a seminar-like atmosphere. In contrast to a lecture series, the main focus of the course is to engage into a discourse with all participants on the relevant questions of international legal governance of resource exploitation and conservation.

Through an analysis of both content and context, the participants deepen their understanding of substantive public international law and other means of international ocean governance as a basis for the sustainable management of marine resources.
Topics covered:

•International law of the sea
•Fisheries
•Whaling
•Resources of the continental shelf
•Resources of the deep sea
•Genetic resources
•Arctic region
•Antarctic region
•Cultural heritage
•United Nations institutions
•Future regulations for future activities
•Spatial planning

Register by sending an email to the module instructor: edoorn@wsi.uni-kiel.de

Vorlesung International Law in Domestic Courts

Dozentin
Avril Rushe

 

Angaben
Vorlesung, 2 SWS, ECTS-Studium
Zeit und Ort: Di 16:00 - 18:00, WR400 - R.03.19
ab 11.4.2017

 

Voraussetzungen / Organisatorisches
lecture time will follow

 

Inhalt
The relationship between national and international law is one of the most pressing issues in contemporary international law scholarship. The international law landscape has radically changed over the past number of decades – a growing number of treaties directly oblige and sanction private parties, countries are increasingly opening up their constitutional order, and litigants are more regularly invoking international law in domestic courts. In light of these changes, the traditional view that it is the task of states to enforce international law, with a very limited role for domestic courts is in many ways no longer serviceable and must be re-assessed. The course will include:
• Monism/ Dualism Debate
• Modalities of Implementation
• Fragmentation
• Customary International Law in Domestic Courts
• Principles of International Law to guide Domestic Courts
• The (International) Rule of Law
• Possibility of National Courts to challenge decisions of International Tribunals
• EU in the Domestic Legal Order
• The interaction of EU and International Law

Bei Fragen richten Sie sich bitte per E-Mail an: arushe@wsi.uni-kiel.de
If you have any questions, please contact Ms Avril Rushe: arushe@wsi.uni-kiel.de