Law of international organizations
Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
IUS/13 - INTERNATIONAL LAW
1° periodo di lezioni dal Oct 2, 2017 al Dec 15, 2017.
The course focuses on the study of the main international organizations (IOs), with a focus on the System of United Nations, which includes the United Nations (UN), its specialized agencies (in particular, UNESCO), the treaty bodies and the universal procedures. Prof. Ciampi is the UN mandate holder on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and of Association – one of such special procedures. The course is built along the lines of the main legal issues concerning the law of international organizations, namely: international personality, immunities from the jurisdiction of national courts, membership and withdrawn, normative powers and standard-setting, international responsibility, external relations and the powers of IOs to directly address individuals and companies.
The course will focus on general issues relevant to both intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations as well as on the study of contemporary issues of international legal contention, such as: international personality, immunities from the jurisdiction of national courts, membership and withdrawn, normative powers and standard-setting, international responsibility and external relations.
The course is taught entirely in English. The teaching method combines lectures, case-studies and group discussion.
This year classes will benefit from the participation of two international experts:
1. Prof. Mohamed Sameh Amr, Director of the International Law Department, Faculty of Law, Cairo University (Egypt) and Member of ICSID Panel of Arbitrators; former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Egypt to UNESCO (2012 – 2016);
2. Dott. Gilad Ben-Nun, former consultant of UNOPS-UNDP (Bureau for Crisis Prevention & Recovery: War-Torn Societies Project; multiple field missions) and UNIDIR (Peace and Conflict Studies United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research), and currently Marie Curie Fellow at the Law Department of Verona University with the project “The 4th Geneva Convention’s Drafting History as the origin of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and Duty to Prevent (D2P)”, funded under the EU Framework Program for research and Innovation Horizon 2020 (http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/200933_de.html).
||Principi di diritto delle organizzazioni internazionali
Attending students shall prepare on their notes and the materials indicated during the course and made available on the e-learning platform.
Students who did not attend the course shall prepare on U. Draetta, Principi di diritto delle organizzazioni internazionali, 3 ed., Giuffrè, 2010.
The examination shall be in English for attending students (modalities to be agreed upon during the course). It shall be in Italian for non attending students (3 written questions and an oral interview).