WILNET Annual Lecture 2019

WILNET Annual Lecture 2019 WILNET is delighted to launch a lecture series to celebrate the International Women's Day. Our aim is to celebrate the contribution that women have made to international law and to discuss the relationship between gender issues and...

(Non) Reproductive Freedom: Experiences, Theories, Movements

The Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies and the Department of Economics Ca’ Foscari University of Venice are organising an international conference. You can find the Call for papers below: Call for papers Within the 16 Days of Activism against...

WILNET Celebrate the International Women’s Day

WILNET Celebrate the International Women's Day  You are cordially invited to the First Annual Lecture of the Women in International Law Network (WILNET) which will take place on 20 March 2019. We are celebrating the International Women’s Day with a Lecture by Dr....

WILNET Interviews Martha McCluskey

WILNET had the pleasure to interview Professor Martha McCluskey from the State University at New York Buffalo. Professor McCluskey examines the relationship between economics and inequality in law and has a focus on feminist legal theory. She also works on critical...

WILNET Interviews Lua Yuille

WILNET had the pleasure to interview Lua Yuille who is an associate professor at the University of Kansas. She shared with us how she started working on international law, her experience as a black woman in legal practice and her approach to academia. Watch the video...

Women’s Rights in the Global Age

by Adaeze Aniodoh“I believe the rights of women and girls is the unfinished business of the 21st Century” Hillary ClintonThe world is yet to reach the same equilibrium on the privileges and rights that are accorded to men. Despite the collective achievements that the...