Inaugural Afronomicslaw Academic Forum Conference: Critical and Contextual Perspectives to International Economic Law: Amplifying the Voices of African Students and Early-career Researchers
This is the video recording of the inaugural Afronomicslaw Academic Forum Conference. The Online Conference held on the 5th of February 2022. This inaugural conference was co-sponsored by the African Sovereign Debt Justice Network (AfSDJN) and the African International Economic Law Network (AfIELN). The conference's theme is: 'Critical and Contextual Perspectives to International Economic Law: Amplifying the Voices of African Students and Early-career Researchers'.
Call for Applications: Scholarship Opportunities for Afronomicslaw Academic Forum Members or Contributor to attend the 2023 Global Trade Academy by Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law
Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law is delighted to provide ten full scholarships to the Academy for members of the Afronomicslaw.org Academic Forum.
27th Academic Forum Guest Lecture - Purpose in International Economics Law – Searching Beyond the Text
Afronomicslaw (Southern Africa) Academic Forum Information Session
Information session of the Afronomicslaw.org Academic Forum presented by Nic Soekoe, Wayne Rukero, Leezola Zongwe, and Barbara Nyasha.
Call for applications for the Afronomicslaw Academic Forum (Eastern Africa)
The Eastern African Regional Board, which is the leadership of the Forum in Eastern Africa, is looking for students, early-career researchers, and early-career practitioners from the whole Eastern African region who are passionate about international economic law to join the Forum as part of its second cohort.
Call for applications for the Afronomicslaw Academic Forum (Southern Africa)
The Afronomicslaw Academic Forum is a network of students, early-career researchers, and early-career practitioners interested in international economic law as it relates to Africa and the Global South. The Forum is led by its own members, who coordinate a wide range of programming to support the professional development and intellectual growth of members over the course of one year.
Afronomicslaw Academic Forum Guest Lecture Series: Understanding Historical Land Injustices
March 2, 2022
Topic: Understanding Historical Land Injustices
Date/Time: Mar 5, 2022 05:00 PM (Nairobi)
Zoom Registration Link here.
Afronomicslaw Academic Forum launches in West Africa
January 22, 2022
Following the establishment of the Afronomicslaw Academic Forum in Eastern and Southern Africa, we are delighted to announce the launch of the Academic Forum in West Africa. The Forum welcomes twenty-seven pioneer Representatives from Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Togo and Morocco.
The Forum will be led by the trio of:
Call for Regional Representatives for the Afronomicslaw Academic Forum (Eastern Africa) November 2021
The Afronomicslaw Academic Forum is an inclusive space that brings together undergraduate and graduate students and early career researchers who are interested in international economic law (IEL) matters as they relate to Africa and the Global South. The Academic Forum is part of Afronomicslaw, an academic and political project that ‘focuses on IEL themes as they relate to Africa and the Global South. A major goal of Afronomicslaw is to amplify the voices and issues that are not often part of the conversation in the scholarship and practice of IEL.