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15th International Blischenko Congress

15th International Blischenko Congress

The Department of International Law, RUDN University, held on April 22, 2017 its 15th International Blischenko Congress.

The Department of International Law, RUDN University, held on April 22, 2017 its 15th International Blischenko Congress.

Co-organizers of the 15th International Blischenko Congress:

At the plenary session participated the professors from abroad, experts of the UN system, chairs of the leading international law departments of Russia, representatives of international organizations, such us the Russian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, institutes of the Russian Academy of Science, and the universities of TOP 400 (QS World university Rankings) such as:

  1. Al-Farabi Kazakh National University – 236 (QS World university Rankings)
  2. L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University (ENU) -345 (QS World university Rankings)
  3. Lomonosov Moscow State University – 108 (QS World university Rankings)
  4. Saint Petersburg State University – 258 (QS World university Rankings)
  5. Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) – 350 (QS World university Rankings)

The main work of the Conference carried out through the following sections and round tables:

1. Africa and international law

2. International sea-law

3. International law: new threats and challenges

4. Traditional values in modern international law

5. The integration law in system of international law

6. International space law

7. International air law

8. International Law and Human Trafficking

9. International humanitarian law

10. International protection of human rights

11. Regional protection of human rights

12. Migration issues in international law

13. International sports law

14. International ecological law

15. International economic law

16. Theory of international law

17. International criminal law

18. International law: new threats and challenges 2

RUDN University department of international law thanks all participants for the interest and their work in the 15th International Blischenko Congress and invites them on April 21, 2018 to the following XVI Congress.

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