One of the objects of the Caribbean Branch of the International Law Association (ILA Caribbean Branch) is to promote understanding and the progressive development of international law in the Caribbean. As its first outreach activity, the new Executive of the Branch is convening a panel discussion on November 18, 2020 to explore the involvement of the Caribbean in the development of international law. The Faculty of Law, UWI, Cave Hill has endorsed and is providing support to the event.
View the flyer below to see the expert panelists:
The objectives of the panel discussion are to:
a) highlight the ways in which the Caribbean has been at the forefront of the development of international law, for example, through participation in treaty-making and the work of international tribunals and international bodies such as the International Law Commission;
b) spotlight the Region’s influence on the development of various fields of international law, such as the law of the sea, human rights and climate change;
c) stimulate discussion on the importance of the Region remaining an active participant in the development of international law.
The registration link is as follows: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wYmyr2jKQ4S3yAPMJEJ9dg