Animals in International Law is the topic of the first online seminar of the HeiParisMax partnership: On April 16, 2021 (2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (CET)), Professor Anne Peters, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, will give a summary of her Hague Lecture on Animals in International Law. This presentation will be followed by a discussion with Denys-Sacha Robin, maitre de conférences at the University of Nanterre.
The audience will then have an hour for questions and debates. The presentation will be in English, but questions and comments can be made in English, French or German.
HeiParisMax is a Franco-German academic partnership of leading scientific institutions in the field of public law, which aims to provide a forum for cross-border idea exchange between young scientists and scholars, thus reflecting the importance of Franco-German friendship in the heart of Europe. On the German side, the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg) and the Law Faculty of the University of Heidelberg are participating. On the French side, the École de Droit de la Sorbonne (Paris 1) and the École de droit Sciences Po are taking part.
More information about HeiParisMax: https://www.heiparismax.eu/de
Please register at the following address: https://bit.ly/3cIpPQn
The online seminar will be held on the platform Zoom. Please turn your cameras on (and your microphones off, when listening).
The event will be recorded and posted later on the HeiParisMax website. It will be live-streamed on Vimeo via the Völkerrechtsblog: https://voelkerrechtsblog.org/livestream-animals-in-international-law/