There are 2: in-person and virtual.
Fundamentally 3: auditor, the Participant with communication (in-person or virtual) and the Symposium’s coordinator.
Participants have to submit the Abstract in Portuguese or English with a title, abstract and keywords.
No. The official languages of the I CIL are Portuguese, English, and Spanish. However, all abstracts are in Portuguese or English.
Each Participant may submit a total of 2 abstracts.
Each abstract can have three people, among authors and co-authors.
There are two deadlines: until 21/05/2021 for early registration and until 10/06/2021 for regular registration.
By 30/04/2021, via email.
Until March 2022.
Graduate, as long as the 2nd person has a minimum qualification of a master’s degree.
Yes, a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 participants.
The Symposium’s coordinator(s), at the time they submit their proposal.
The Symposium’s coordinators are exempt from the payment of their enrolment fees for the presentation of papers at the Congress. They will receive a Coordinator certificate. The coordinator’s role will also, remain on the final texts related to the communications of their Symposium performed in the publication of the book of abstracts (e-book) and the thematic monograph (e-book) Symposium if they gather a minimum of five texts for that purpose.
All authors who are part of the submitted abstract must register according to the applicable fee.
No. Each Participant will only pay a single enrolment fee; however, up to the limit of two).
*NSL community – NSL students and alumni, teaching staff, researchers (including from R&D centres)
Yes, up to a limit of 2 per person.
The virtual presentations are streamed live on the virtual platforms of the event and also, recorded.
Portuguese and English.
Yes. All submitted and approved abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstracts of the I Congress of International Law of the NOVA School of Law in e-book format and a Portuguese ISBN.
Yes. You just need to send an email to the secretariat email@example.com a requesting the change.
No, but only if requested before registration. After the registration, you must follow the rules regarding the enrolment’ refund.
Registration and payment of the enrolment fee in any of the I CIL modalities includes access to: the I CIL, publication of the abstracts effectively presented in e-book format with the Portuguese ISBN, publication of an article in the form of I CIL minutes/annals, the documentation of the I CIL, the certificate of presentation of work/s at the I CIL and the letter of acceptance of the communication (if requested and after registration).
Yes, there will be five grants and only covers the enrolment fee.
Only the enrolment fee.
The organization will reconduct the registration grant to proposals submitted by a single author. Therefore, the interested parties should attach a letter of motivation and CV to their abstract submission. Hence, the grant applies only to the enrolment fee.
Yes. Only the communications effectively submitted will lead to a certificate of participation in the I CIL.
Only in Portuguese.
No. The certification of publications certificates the publication itself.
European System of Human Rights:
European Institutions with its legal framework and their importance for the dissemination, implementation, and protection of Human Rights. Namely, the role played on one hand, by the Council of Europe, the Convention of the European Human Rights, the European Court of Human Rights, and on the other hand by the European Union, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the Court of Justice of the European Union. All the enhanced has also its historical, cultural, economic; social and political environment which is important for its understanding.
Inter-American System of Human Rights:
Inter American Institutions with its legal framework and their importance for the dissemination, implementation, and protection of Human Rights. Namely, the Organisation of American States, the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, All the enhanced has its historical, cultural, economic; social, and political environment essential for its understanding.
African Human Rights System:
African Institutions with its legal framework and their importance for the dissemination, implementation, and protection of Human Rights. Namely, the Organisation for African Unity, the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the Peace and Security Council of the African Union. All the enhanced has its historical, cultural, economic; social and political environment, essential for its understanding.
Interconnections between regional human rights systems and international human rights
System on how the various regional systems have influenced each other throughout their construction and development process. Its main institutional and legal framework similarities and differences. All the enhanced has its historical, cultural, economic, social, and political environment, essential for its understanding.
Other solutions advocated bilaterally or multilaterally between States and/or Regional blocs and/or other Subjects in the International
Legal Order to promote and guarantee Human Rights issues. This pillar proposes to reflect on innovative and non-aligned solutions, or at least those that cannot be reconducted to the more classical and doctrinal conception of a “Regional Human Rights System” implemented in any geographical latitude or legal conformation. All the enhanced has its historical, cultural, economic, social and political environment, essential for its understanding.