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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law is the scholarly home of International law at the University of Cambridge. The Centre, founded by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht QC in 1983, serves as a forum for the discussion and development of international law and is one of the specialist law centres of the Faculty of Law. The Centre holds weekly lectures on topical issues of international law by leading practitioners and academics. For more information see the LCIL website at http://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/
 
CMSOnAir is a podcast produced by the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS). CMS is an educational institute/think tank devoted to the study of international migration, to the promotion of understanding between immigrants and receiving communities, and to public policies that safeguard the dignity and rights of migrants, refugees and newcomers. For more information, visit us at www.cmsny.org. Follow @cmsnewyork on Twitter and Facebook.
 
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Faith Bohn is the founder and owner of Down2Cookie. The changes she’s made in her life have a common theme – choice. Faith chose to move from Halifax to Calgary, leaving her Syrian Muslim family with the traditions and expectations of a young single woman. She chose to marry a Lutheran Catholic and chose to change her career from a hairdresser to s…
 
This episode of CMSOnAir is the second in a series featuring academics, policymakers, and advocates who have written for the Center for Migration Studies’ (CMS) Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS). In this interview, Jennifer Podkul, the Vice President of Policy and Advocacy at Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), describes the United States’…
 
The distinctive vocabulary and broad principles of the modern laws of war developed within a broader project that from early modernity spelled out the nature and powers of state sovereignty. This lecture focuses on the Enlightenment theorists of “regular war.” It shows how their project of limiting war through law was anchored in a capacious concep…
 
Quotes about change: "Empathy is challenged when there is such abundance and privilege." Laura Keegan grew up in a family of humanitarians, so it was no surprise to her that her life would be filled with giving back to others. She did not have good grades coming out of high school, and it was through sheer determination that she achieved her Master…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Scott Wilkie about the infrastructure of the internet. They discuss how we should think about its physical and software components, and why getting the framing right is key to regulating it. They also address what sort of interventions should be made by Governments, including if and how the military sho…
 
Quotes about change: "Everybody is acting through their own horizon. If you can't understand what that person's horizon is, then you can't effectively interact with them." Garrett Lawless describes his mid-life crisis at 19 when he was deciding on his career. He “wanted to be admired and wanted a high level of competency”, so he joined the army, ha…
 
Quotes about change: "There are two currencies: money feeds your stomach and creativity feeds your soul." Sheldon Dingwall is the Owner/Designer at Dingwall Guitars. Music has always been a part of his life and he gave himself until the age of 25 to “make it in the biz” as a touring musician or he would do something else. That something else turned…
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks with Dr Simon McKenzie to talk about how some of the fundamental categories of IHL are challenged by cyber operations. In particular, the concepts of ‘objects’ and ‘attacks’, with their apparent focus on physicality, are hard to fit with the intangible elements of cyberspace. They explore this issue by consi…
 
This episode of CMSOnAir is the first in a series featuring academics, policymakers, and advocates who have written for the Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS). Created by the Obama administration in 2012, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program offers certain young immigrants who came to the United States as children w…
 
Quotes about change: “What if … people found ways to stay curious and open to new possibilities, to be as engaged as possible for as long as possible?" Patricia Katz has had a successful career as an educator, author, speaker, columnist and consultant, helping people and workplaces enhance their productivity and delivering seminars on time, organiz…
 
Quotes about change: "We will regret the opportunities we never jumped into." Jason Yochim is a community and association leader. His career has been primarily in the real estate industry. Jason made the transition into real estate from a steady paying job to 100% commission – talk about a vote of self-confidence and a leap of faith! As a real esta…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Associate Professor Emily Crawford about the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques – known as the ENMOD Convention. This Convention – adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1976 and ratified by 78 States – prohibits weaponising the nat…
 
Quotes about change: "If you feel handcuffed by societal rules, take a step back and re-think what excites you." Serese Selanders is the CEO and Founder of SolusGuard and Ora, companies that offer safety solutions to people living on their own and to businesses looking to keep their employees safe. Serese worked in the banking and financial service…
 
The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organization with a mission to accompany, serve, and advocate on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons, that they may heal, learn, and determine their own future. In this episode of CMSOnAir, Joan Rosenhauer, the Executive Director of JRS-USA, shares how JRS is adapting…
 
A series of conversations on international legal scholarship, political engagement and the transformative potential of academia. Each conversation is chaired by Francisco José Quintana and Marina Veličković and centres around a theme, concept or a method and their relationship to political movements, struggles and margins from which they have emerg…
 
Quotes about change: "The worst is to be unhappy and stay. Sometimes you need to create change." Christine Hrudka graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a degree in pharmacy. She knew from the start that she wanted to own a pharmacy. But she was told flat out that, as a woman, she would never own her own store. Christine proved them wro…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Julia Sluspka about how the metaphors we use to understand cyberspace impact on how we imagine it should be regulated. They discuss the ways in which the conceptualisation of cyberspace is contested. Is it like spatial territory? Are states engaged in cyber war? Or is it like an ecosystem, or infrastruc…
 
Lecture summary: This talk uses the novel coronavirus pandemic as an entry point to explore the intersections between race and global health. The pandemic is simultaneously reviving stereotypical colonial imaginations about disease directionality, but also challenging racialized hierarchies of diseases. This lecture illuminates how the racializatio…
 
Quotes on change: “Trust yourself enough to know that it will all be okay.” Robert (aka Bob) Koenig is the Chair of the Music Department at the University of California Santa Barbara. He tells us of humble beginnings in the small village of Englefeld, Saskatchewan, his family’s support of his musical gifts, and how his love for music and the piano …
 
The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture will be given by Professor Susan …
 
Quotes about change: We need to find pleasure in the small things. As a child Kathy loved to draw although in high school she never took an art class. She attended the University of Saskatchewan and worked towards a double major in physical education and art. She tells us why she dropped the arts degree and became a physical education teacher. She …
 
The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture will be given by Professor Susan …
 
The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture will be given by Professor Susan …
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks with Dr Cordula Droege about some of the challenges new technologies pose to international humanitarian law. They discuss nuclear weapons, autonomous weapons systems, cyber operations, and the importance of carrying out weapon reviews. They also consider some of the uses of technology for humanitarian purpos…
 
Lecture summary: Like many other areas of work, international humanitarian practice and thinking are being transformed by digital technology and associated socio-technical practices. Institutional developments within the United Nations (UN) are telling. Just over ten years ago, the UN Secretary General announced the launch of the UN Global Pulse pr…
 
Quotes about change: We sit in these boxes that everyone thinks we should sit in, yet everyone else is in their own box. Ever wonder what makes stand-up comedians tick? How do they do it? Where they get their courage? And what if a stand up comedian is also a veterinarian and owner of several businesses? Meet Caroline Brookfield, public speaker, ve…
 
Lecture summary: Recent scientific information presents an alarming diagnosis of the multiple adverse consequences of climate change on the ocean: levels of ocean acidification not seen in millions of years, changes in ocean chemistry, warming temperatures and deoxygenation threating marine life, in particular coral reefs; and rapidly melting glaci…
 
Lecture summary: Commander Ian Park (Royal Navy International Law Legal Adviser) will offer a view on the role of the military legal adviser during armed conflict and peacetime military operations. He will consider recent armed conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, and Royal Navy peacetime military operations in the Arabian Gulf and Mediterrane…
 
This episode of CMSOnAir features four students at the University of Notre Dame who are doing research about international migration. Syeda (Fiana) Arbab, Sofia Piecuch, and Kara Venzian are graduate students pursuing their Masters in Global Affairs at Notre Dame’s Keough School. They partnered with Catholic Relief Services on a research project ab…
 
Quotes about change: If you’re not having fun, then what’s the point? I’m very serious about having fun. Evan Quick has had a very practical approach to life, and it has taken him on some interesting adventures. He has a fine arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan, but he didn’t believe he could make a living selling his art. So, what to d…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Samuli Haataja about countermeasures in cyberspace. The right to countermeasures is a mechanism in international law that allows States to take action when they have suffered an international wrong. Some of features of cyberspace challenge this well-established body of rules, and it may need to chang…
 
Lecture summary: This lecture will explore how the Inter-American Court of Human Rights produces cognitive categories that deeply influence the way in which states, activists and victims understand their own reality, and decide their strategies therein. Moreover, it will discuss how the Inter-American Court triggers the production of domestic knowl…
 
Quotes about change: If I know I can do 80% of something then I will do it and figure out the other 20% later. Val Sluth is the owner of Praxis Consulting, a management consulting firm she started 20 years ago. She has grown it to be a very successful firm and currently has plans for expansion. Val approaches life using her resiliency. She attribut…
 
Lecture summary: This talk explores the history of decolonization from an economic and financial perspective. Through the examples of the French and British Empires, it shows that European settlers, officials, and other investors from North Africa and and East Africa in particular, removed assets from the colonial world upon decolonization. Yet whe…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Rhiannon Neilsen and Karine Pontbriand on the role of militaries in defending against cyber operations. They argue that the vulnerability of critical infrastructure of many States to cyber operations - particularly due to privatisation - means that militaries need to step up their contribution to cyber …
 
Quotes about change: Sometimes we choose change and sometimes change chooses us. Cam Broten is the former Leader of the Saskatchewan NDP Party, and currently Executive Director of Saskatchewan Egg Producers. Originally from Regina, Cam attended the University of Saskatchewan where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in international studies, and then a M…
 
Quotes about change: "Be prepared for the possibility that who you planned to be is different than who you are meant to be." Tony Bidulka is an award-winning author of mystery, suspense and thriller novels. He has written 11 novels and has been nominated for several awards. Flight of Aquavit was awarded the Lambda Literary Award for Best Men’s Myst…
 
Lecture summary: The current (and intensely fought) dispute over the ICC's jurisdiction in Palestine raises some interesting doctrinal and theoretical issues in international law, such as how Palestine can be considered a State for purposes of the Rome Statute while having not attained full independence or external self-determination.Once one place…
 
Quotes about change: "Pain is the foundation of resiliency." Monique Simair is the founder and owner of Maven Water and Environment. She was recently named CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 Winner and received the 2020 Alumni of Influence Award from the University of Saskatchewan. If there are no jobs, what do you do? If you are Monique Simair, you start …
 
In this episode, Dr Rain Liivoja talks to Professor Michael Schmitt about the Tallinn Manuals on the law applicable to cyber operations. They discuss the impetus for the manuals, their drafting process, some of the main findings and the reception by states and scholars. They also talk about the plans for Tallinn Manual 3.0. Professor Michael N Schm…
 
Quotes about change: "You need to find purpose in making change." Have you ever been in a position where you feel you weren't qualified and had to figure it out as you went? Cadmus Delorme is Chief of the Cowessess First Nation. He grew up there, could have pursued a pro-golf career in Arizona, but decided to stay home, get his education and was el…
 
In this episode, Dr Simon McKenzie talks with Dr Natalia Jevglevskaja about the obligation to review new weapons found in Article 36 of Additional Protocol 1 to the Geneva Conventions. They discuss what the weapons review obligation requires, the kinds of technologies it applies to, and the different approaches states take to fulfilling the obligat…
 
Quotes about change: “Ideas are like waves on a shore – they keep getting bigger and coming to you until you are forced to make change.” Are you stuck in a job where you feel you’re getting stale? Not sure when it’s the right time to make a move? Betty-Ann Heggie was the Senior Vice-President with PotashCorp (now Nutrien). She loved her job - trave…
 
Quotes about change: "In spite of us resisting change, we are in search of it.” Jacqueline was born in New York City, and moved with her family to their home country of Ecuador when she was 12. At 21, she was divorced with 2 children and living with her parents. She knew she wanted more and her vision was for a much different life. She moved to Can…
 
Catherine and Peggie wish you a Merry Christmas and talk about new Christmas traditions for a COVID Christmas and Holiday season. They also share a little history of the podcast - how it all started. Holidays are generally filled with both joy and some anxiety. This year, feelings are amplified by the environment we find ourselves in. We always str…
 
In this episode, Dr Eve Massingham talks to Professor Jason Scholz and Associate Professor Simon Ng about the development of new military technology. They talk about the key areas of current investments, how the game is changing, and where the future might take us. They also discuss the recent investments Australia has made into autonomous systems,…
 
Dominican University is unique among Catholic colleges for its commitment to immigrants. About 10 percent of the students at Dominican University are undocumented or have temporary legal status, including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. This episode features an interview with Donna Carroll, president of Dominican Universit…
 
Quotes about change: "It's the down times that give you strength." Eric Gryba was born and raised in Saskatoon, and started playing hockey at a very young age. He knew getting a good education was key to his success after hockey, so he accepted a full ride scholarship at Boston University to play hockey and get his degree in business. He played 7 y…
 
Quotes about change: "Tap into something that makes you feel good about yourself – it can help you weather something difficult. " Kellie Garrett describes herself as a hedonistic young woman who wanted to be a stay-at-home mom, but two boys with ADHD and one with autism cured her of that idea. Work was solace and she became a workaholic. At 38, she…
 
Speakers: Prof Carlos Esposito, University Autónoma of Madrid: "Privacy and New Technologies in the Time of COVID-19"Dr Calvin Ho, University of Hong Kong: 'Ethical and Regulatory Issues in the Vaccine Race'Prof Bartha Maria Knoppers, McGill University: 'The Right to Benefit From Science and Genomic Data Sharing in the Time of COVID-19'Prof Jorge V…
 
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