2020 ILaRC Students Commentary Competition
The Lectoraat Multilevel Regulation and the Center of Expertise Global Governance of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, and the Law School of Leiden University invite commentary submissions for the ‘2020 ILaRC Students Commentary Competition’.
Grab your chance to get published!
The International Labor Rights Case Law Journal (ILaRC) is a pioneer journal in this field and it collects the most important decisions of national, regional and international decision-making bodies (e.g. the ILO, CJEU, American Court of Human Rights) on fundamental labor rights (freedom of association, non-discrimination, right to strike, child and forced labor, health and safety at work). A commentary is added to each decision.
Who can participate?
The competition is open for students of the International and European Law Programme of The Hague University of Applied Sciences and for students of both the Advanced Master Global and European Labour Law (GELL) and the Labour Law Master of Leiden Law School.
A panel of (labor) law experts will select the two best commentaries that will be published in the upcoming issue of ILaRC.
The case for the ‘2020 ILaRC Students Commentary Competition’ is the 2020 Observation made by the ILO Committee on Experts on the application of ILO Convention No. 87 (Freedom of Association) by Bangladesh. The text of the Observation can be found here. The maximum length of the commentary is 1700 words (including footnotes).
Commentaries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 October 2020.
For questions and further submission guidelines, contact email@example.com