Workshop 2 Sustainable Development Goals: Financing and the Right to Science in Technology Transfer in SDGs (November 2017)
|Wanneer:||vr 24-11-2017 12:00 - 18:00|
|Waar:||Marie Lokezaal – Harmonie Building|
The Department of International Law, University of Groningen cordially invites you to participate in our second, full-day International Law for the Sustainable Development Goals Workshop. More information can be found below, along with information on submissions.
Opening by Professor Marcel Brus, Chair of Public International Law, University of Groningen
Track 1: Financing the SDGs through International law
Chair: Professor Brigit Toebes, Department of International Law, University of Groningen
A Critical Reappraisal of the “Obligation to Fulfil” Human Rights in Light of SDG
Resource Needs and Constraints
China's Move towards Universal Health Coverage: A Human Rights Reflection on the
Trade & Environment: An Analysis
of the Unfinished WTO Environmental Goods Agreement
(EGS) in Conjunction with the SDGs and the Paris Agreement
Financing Clean Energy Projects – Investment Decisions and the Role of international
Track 2 Right to Science and Technology Sharing in International Law
Chair: Professor Therese Murphy, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast (UK)
Exploring the Relationship between the Right to Science, IP and Engaging with Climate Change
Is the Right to Science the Missing Key to Realising the Transfer and Development of Technology in the SDGs?
Access to Medicines, the Sustainable Development Goals, and
Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations
The Logical Pathologies of the Regime on Technology Transfer
The Right to Science and TNCs: Access to Data Collected by Private Entities for Research Purposes
Financial Institutions for Innovation into New Medicine and Participation of Human Rights Holders
|17.00-18.00||Drinks & ideas on collaboration (location to be confirmed)|
Participation : Registration is appreciated (free). Open to LLM & PhD students.
To register contact organisers Mando Rachovitsa and Marlies Hesselman at firstname.lastname@example.org .