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Women in the Peace Process: Towards Global Inclusion

In paying homage to Women’s History Month, this post briefly discusses how women can be included in peace processes, specifically those conducted outside of the Westernised model of dispute settlement. This conversation remains especially important because, while the Western world is yet to fully include women into peace processes, there has been a great deal …

Announcements: Call for papers, events and job opportunities

This section of the blog will post call for papers for conferences and journals, highlight job applications and related opportunities ranging from internships to lectureship positions, in addition to posting announcements for other academic events, such as summer schools We welcome announcements being brought to the attention of this online community concerning any field of …

The CJEU’s approach to Prohibiting Islamic Headscarves in the Workplace

Mauro Pucheta, PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham School of Law Rossella Pulvirenti, PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham School of Law   On 14 March 2017, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued two landmark rulings on the use of headscarves in the workplace. The …

The Initiation of the UoN Law Blog

Welcome to the University of Nottingham Law Blog. This blog has been set up by the Ph.D. community at the School of Law to provide a platform for sharing contemporary ideas with wider communities. It will offer unique insights into the developments, challenges, and impact of law in various areas, as well as a source …