Call for Papers

Call for Abstracts: Yearbook of International Disaster Law (Brill) Vol. No. 4 (2021)

The Yearbook of International Disaster Law (YIDL) aims to foster the interest of academics and practitioners on legal and institutional issues relevant to all forms of natural, technological and human-made hazards, including rapid and slow onset disasters as for the effects of climate change. The goal is to provide a forum for innovative research contributing…

Events

Upcoming Event: Webinar on Law and Policies for Strengthening Climate Resilience

On 13th July 2021 (h. 10:30-12:00 CEST), join the webinar organized in cooperation with DILAW4E on “Law and Policies for Strengthening Climate Resilience: Enhancing Normative Integration between Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction”. Topics covered by the webinar include: global findings on law and policies for climate resilience; Sweden, the Sendai Framework and climate…

Events

Upcoming Event: Launch of the Disaster Law Database

On 30 June 2021, at 15.00 CET, join the launch of the newly published IFRC Disaster Law Database, the world’s largest collection of documents relating to disaster law, developed in cooperation with the Jean Monnet Project ‘Disseminating Disaster Law for Europe’ with the support of University College Cork and the Universities of Canterbury and Victoria. On…

Recently online

The new IFRC Disaster Law Database is online

The IFRC, in cooperation with the Jean Monnet Project ‘Disseminating Disaster Law for Europe’ developed and recently published the Disaster Law Database, the world’s largest collection of documents relating to disaster law. The Disaster Law Database was established to bring together in one place the resources needed for practitioners and academics working in the field…

Call for Papers

Call for Abstracts: Yearbook of International Disaster Law (Brill) Vol. No. 3 (2020)

The Yearbook of International Disaster Law (YIDL) is a peer reviewed journal published by Brill, which aims to foster the interest of academics and practitioners on legal and institutional issues relevant to all forms of natural, technological and human-made hazards, including rapid and slow onset disasters, but excluding events such as armed conflicts or political/financial…