An exciting conference organised by The Loyola University Chicago (LUC) School of Law’s Program in Rule of Law for Development on Rule of Law in the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. Event will be held at Loyola’s Rome, Italy campus on 1-2 February 2019. The conference is being co-sponsored by the American Society of International Law.
Rule of law has become a central topic of discussion in today’s international development agenda.
The program will focus on the rule of law aspects of SDGs across the following themes:
- Post-conflict recovery and peacekeeping
- Human rights
- Transnational crime
- Rural and agricultural development
- Business support for rule of law
- Legal empowerment
- Global partnership for sustainable development (SDG 17)
- Cross-cutting themes supporting efforts to strengthen the rule of law across multiple SDG targets.
Paper abstracts should be between 300-500 words and submitted by 7 December 2018. The organisers will inform persons submitting abstracts of the decisions by 14 December. Final papers should be submitted by 28 January 2019.
Conference Dates: 01 Feb 2019 – 02 Feb 2019
Location: Rome, Italy
More information can be downloaded here CALL-FOR-PAPERS-Rule-of-Law-in-the-2030-Sustainable-Development-Agenda.pdf (85 downloads)