Workshop: "International Institutions and Global Justice: How can international courts and other institutions in a multi-level legal and political order interact in the pursuit of global just

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Friday April 21th

Workshop: "International Institutions and Global Justice: How can international courts and other institutions in a multi-level legal and political order interact in the pursuit of global just

Organizers

Andreas Føllesdal and Antoinette Scherz

 

Venue  

Normative Orders Building Room 5.01, Goethe University Frankfurt  

 

 

Schedule 

 
 
 

9:30-10.00 – Registration and breakfast

Session 1: Transnational Justice

Chair: Rainer Forst (Justitia Amplificata)

10.00-11.15            Juri Viehoff (University of Zurich): “Eurozone Justice“ 

                      Dimitris Efthymiou (Justitia Amplificata):"Three Worlds of Social Justice in the EU"

11.15-11.45            Coffee break

Session 2: The Role of Rights for Global Justice

Chair: Tamara Jugov (Justitia Amplificata)

11.45-13.00              Stefan Gosepath (Justitia Amplificata): “The Role of Human-Rights for Global Justice”

                                   Alain Zysset (PluriCourts): “Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law: Searching for a Common Normative Core”

13:00-14:30              Lunch

Keynote

Chair: Andreas Føllesdal(PluriCourts)

14.30-15.30              Armin von Bogdandy (Max Planck Institute, for Comp. Public Law and Intl. Law): “In Whose Name?

                                   The Question of Democratic Legitimacy as a Key to Global Justice 

15.30-15.45              Coffee break

Session 3: Global Justice and International Courts

Chair: Nate Adams (Justitia Amplificata)

15.45 – 17.00              Antoinette Scherz (Justitia Amplificata): “The Standards of Multilevel Legitimacy of International Courts

                                       Juan Pablo Pérez-León-Acevedo (PluriCourts): “Towards Global Restorative Justice? The International Criminal Court

                                       as a Key Component of an International Judiciary With the Mandate to Order Reparations“

17.00-17.30                 Coffee break

Session 4: Sovereignty and the Scope of Justice

Chair: Stefan Gosepath (Justitia Amplificata)

17:30-18.45                 Andreas Føllesdal (PluriCourts): “Towards a more just WTO: Which justice, whose interpretation? 

                                       Elisa Piras (University of Bologna): “Frontiers of Global Justice:  Migration Management in Multilevel Political Orders 

 

Registration is required

Please contact Ms Valérie Bignon: Bignon@em.uni-frankfurt.de

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

Eva Erman (Stockholm University)

“Global Political Legitimacy beyond Justice and Democracy?”

Comment: Thomas Christiano (University of Arizona)