CFP Gendered Rites/Gendered Rights : 2013 Conference of the Project on Gender, Culture, Religion, and the Law
CFP Deadline December 31; Conference April 14-15 2013
This call for papers via Osgoode grad, former Iacobucci J. clerk, and Director of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute Project on Gender, Culture, Religion and the Law, Dr. Lisa Fishbayn Joffe
GENDERED RITES/GENDERED RIGHTS:Sex Segregation, Religious Practice, and Public LifeCall for PapersThe Hadassah-Brandeis Institute Project on Gender, Culture, Religion, and the Law seeks paper proposals for an international conference entitled Gendered Rites/Gendered Rights: Sex Segregation, Religious Practice, and Public Life. The Conference will be held at Brandeis More >
CFP: International Congress on Gender Violence: Intersectionalities @ Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law Oñati, 10 – 12 July 2013 Deadline 4th March 2013
h/t Shelley Gavigan.
Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law
The congress will be hosted by the International Institute for Sociology of Law, which is located in Oñati, Spain. Sessions will be held in both English and Spanish, with simultaneous translation provided for the final keynote speaker session.
This congress is aimed at examining the main conceptual frameworks for thinking More >
Click here for the CFP in pdf.
FEMINIST LEGAL STUDIES QUEEN’S CALL FOR PAPERS Bodies of Law: Women’s Health and Equality March 1‐2, 2013 in Kingston, Ontario The goal of the symposium is to identify how laws affect women’s health and how improvements in health lead to greater equality. This event will analyze ways in which gender equality in women’s health is an outcome of legal discourses through examining law at the provincial and federal levels, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and international conventions to promote health and equality, such as the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms More >
Can indigenous peoples, ethnic minorities, women and people living in poverty mobilize human rights in a positive way to combat environmental problems that affect their health and their physical, psychological and material well-being? How does the human rights system increase the capacity of marginalized groups to defend and protect themselves in decision-making processes that could jeopardize their interests in relation to the environment?
Program , registration info and call for volunteers here: via Environmental Justice and Human Rights: Investigating the Tensions, Exploring the Possibilities | More >
Thanks to Jennifer Koshan (Calgary) for passing this along.
…participate in panels sponsored by the Feminist Legal Theory Collaborative Research Network at the Law and Society Annual Meeting in Boston, May 30 to June 2, 2013.
Information about the Law and Society meeting (including registration and hotel information) will be posted here: www.lawandsociety.org/boston2013.html.
Within Law & Society, the Feminist Legal Theory CRN seeks to bring together scholars across a range of fields who are interested in feminist legal theory. There is no pre-set theme to which papers must conform, other than that they relate to feminism in some way. We especially More >