COVID-19 and Public International Law: ILA (Australian Branch)

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Dr Chris Ward SC, 6 St James Hall Chambers and global President of the International Law Association, will be speaking on the role of the WHO and it’s Regulations, as well as the question of China’s compliance.

Professor Natalie Klein, UNSW Sydney and President of the International Law Association (Australian Branch), will be speaking on the public international laws relating to cruise ships, their entry into port and port state rights and obligations for dealing with ill passengers and crew.

Each presentation will be approximately 10 mins, allowing 15-20 mins for responses to questions via the Zoom chat function. The Zoom link will be sent on the morning of Thursday 23 April to those who have registered by the end of Wednesday 22 April.

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The ILA was founded in Brussels in 1873, with the belief that international law is key to peace, justice and development in a globalised world. Its constitutional objectives are “the study, clarification and development of international law, both public and private, and the furtherance of international understanding and respect for international law”. The ILA has consultative status, as an international non-governmental organisation, with a number of the United Nations specialised agencies. The ILA has a vibrant and growing community of over 4,500 members and 63 branches worldwide, including the Australian Branch.

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