Sunday, July 11, 2021

Free Talk on the Issue of Enforcement in International Law

Dr. Lowell Bautista, an expert in the law of the sea, particularly in the area of territorial and maritime disputes in the Asia-Pacific, will be talking about The South China Sea Arbitral Award and the Enforcement of Judgements in International Law on 30 July 2021 (Friday) 4PM Philippine Time live via Zoom. He will be sharing his insights on the South China Sea Arbitral Award which the Philippines won 5 years ago and situate them within the broader question of enforcement of judgements in international law.

Dr. Bautista is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Postgraduate Studies at the School of Law and the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), Faculty of Business and Law, University of Wollongong. His talk is organised by the Cities and Environments Research Network (CERN) based in Melbourne as part of its CERN Discussion Series. CERN is composed of Filipino postgraduate scholars, PhDs, postdocs, and lecturers based at Australian Universities with research interests in the Philippines at the junctures of planning, development, disaster, education, design, art, communication, and ecology.

To register for the event, visit https://bit/ly/scsenforcement.

The West Philippine Sea Institute is not affiliated with CERN, and is providing the foregoing information as part of its advocacy to improve public education in the matters concerning the West Philippine Sea.


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