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Program Overview

 

  • Sunday, July 16

    Time Topic
    16h00 to 20h00 Registration
    Wellcoming reception
  • Monday, July 17

    Time Topic
    8h00 to 18h00 Registration
    9h00 Opening
    9h30 to10h15 Brian Bix
    University of Minnesota
    Human Rights, Peace, and the Relationship of Moral and Legal Rights
    10h15 to11h00 Discussion
    11h00 to 11h30 Coffee break
    11h30 to 12h15 Mireille Delmas-Marty
    Académie des sciences morales et politiques, Collège de France
    Droits de l’homme et justice pénale internationale -Vers une paix ascendante
    12h15 to 13h00 Discussion
    13h00 to 14h30 Lunch
    14h30 to 16h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    16h30 to 17h00 Coffee break
    17h00 to 18h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    18h30 to 19h10 IVR Young Scholar Prize Lecture
    Philipp Gisbertz
    University of Göttingen
    The Concepts of «War» and «Peace» in the Context of Transnational Terrorism
    19h10 to 19h30 Discussion
  • Tuesday, July 18

    Time Topic
    8h00 to 18h00 Registration
    9h30 to 10h15 Marek Zirk-Sadowski
    University of Lódz
    The Human Right to Peace and the Human Security
    10h15 to 11h00 Discussion
    11h00 to 11h30 Coffee break
    11h30 to 12h15 Kostantinos Papageorgiou
    University of Athens
    Refugees: Aspects of Justice and Solidarity
    12h15 to 13h00 Discussion
    13h00 to 14h30 Lunch
    14h30 to 16h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    16h30 to 17h00 Coffee break
    17h00 to 18h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    19h00 to 20h30 Embassy receptions (by invitation)
  • Wednesday, July 19

    Time Topic
    9h00 to 19h00 Excursion to Mafra
  • Thursday, July 20

    Time Topic
    8h00 to 18h00 Registration
    9h30 to 10h15 Isabel Trujillo
    University of Palermo
    Human Rights, Peace, and the Concept of Law. The Story of an Incomplete Legal Revolution
    10h15 to 11h00 Discussion
    11h00 to 11h30 Coffee break
    11h30 to 12h15 David Luban
    Georgetown University, Washington
    Nationalism, Human Rights, and the Prospects for Peace
    12h15 to 13h00 Discussion
    13h00 to 14h30 Lunch
    14h30 to 16h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    16h30 to 17h00 Coffee break
    17h00 to 19h00 Special workshops / Working groups
    19h00 to 20h30 Reception
    20h30 to 22h30 Concert
    Orquestra do Atlântico
    Artur Pinho Maria, conductor
    Teresa da Palma Pereira, piano
  • Friday, July 21

    Time Topic
    8h00 to 10h00 Registration
    9h30 to 10h15 Otfried Höffe
    University of Tübingen
    Toward a Perpetual Peace. A Kantian Cosmopolitan Theory
    10h15 to 11h00 Discussion
    11h00 to 11h30 Coffee break
    11h30 to 12h15 Costas Douzinas
    Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, University of London
    The Philosophical and Legal Right to Resistance
    12h15 to 13h00 Discussion
    13h00 to 14h30 Lunch
    14h30 to 16h30 Special workshops / Working groups
    16h30 to 17h00 Coffee break
    17h00 to 18h00 Special workshops / Working groups
    18h00 to 18h50 Symposium: Foundations of Human Rights, Political or Philosophical?
    Boaventura Sousa Santos
    University of Coimbra, University of Wisconsin-Madison
     Human Rights – a Political Foundation
    José de Sousa e Brito
    NOVA University of Lisbon
    Human Rights – a Philosophical Foundation
    18h50 to 19h15 Discussion
    20h00 to 23h00 Farewell reception
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2017 IVR World Congress

Organization

University of Lisbon School of Law

International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR)
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