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Booklaunch: International Financial Institutions and Global Legal Governance

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The Centre for Human Rights (CHR), the International Development Law Unit (IDLU) and the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa (ICLA) of the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria (UP), are delighted to invite you to: The official book launch in South Africa of “International Financial Institutions and Global Legal Governance” edited by H. Cisse, D. Bradlow and B. Kingsbury (The World Bank 2012).

Date:
13 March 2012
Time:
16h30- 17h30
Location:
Postgraduate Centre, Room 1-56, University of Pretoria

Programme:
Welcome: Frans Viljoen, Director, Centre for Human Rights
Chair, Erika De Wet, Co-Director, Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa
Hassane Cisse, Deputy General Counsel, World Bank
Daniel Bradlow, SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations; Chair,
Independent Review Mechanism, African Development Bank

A reception will follow the presentations.

Attendance is open to all interested persons. For further information contact Ms. Angela Bukenya at
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Lessons from “L’Affaire Lagarde”

Author: Prof Danny Bradlow
Date: Issue 8 August/September 2011
Publication: Heinrich Böll Stiftung G20 Update E-Newsletter
URL:
http://www.boell.org/downloads/G20_Update_8_5.pdf

When Dominique Strauss-Kahn became the IMF Managing Director, European leaders acknowledged that the “gentlemen’s agreement” that ensured that the IMF is always led by a European and the Bank by an American was an anachronism and should end.



 

Soon afterwards they solemnly promised in a G20 summit communiqué that future heads of the IMF and World Bank would be selected through transparent procedures and on the basis of merit.

Of course, that was before the Europeans decided they needed IMF assistance. Unsurprisingly, they concluded that they “needed” another European IMF Managing Director. The result is that the new IMF Managing Director, like all her predecessors, is a European and that her first Deputy, like all his predecessors, is an American. The Europeans’ action substantially undercuts all the hard work that officials from the developing country members of the G20 and activists
from international civil society had done to promote governance reform in the IFIs. This forces us to critically reassess the prospects, and tactics for achieving such reform. This paper attempts such a reassessment. 

Read the full article in PDF format

 

Legal and Human Rights Implications of “Land Grabs” in Africa

The purpose of this workshop is to explore the phenomenon of “land grabs” in Africa; stimulate discussion and debate and research on this topic.

Date: 1-2 September 2011
Time: 09h30—16h00
Venue: Room 1-76, Graduate Centre, University of Pretoria



Papers to be presented will include: General overviews of “land grabs” in Africa; Regulatory and international law issues relating to foreign investments in “land grabs” in Africa; Gender and human rights impacts of “land grabs” and case studies of “land grabs in Africa.

Presenters include Sam Adelman, Gaynor Paradza, Danny Bradlow, Abdul Paliwala, Ambreena Manji, Ben Twinomugisha, Chikosa Silungwe and Elias Nour.

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Lunch and teas will be provided.

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Panel Discussion: South Africa and the BRICS

The International Development Law Unit (IDLU) of the Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law-University of Pretoria invites you to a panel discussion on "South Africa and the BRICS" to be led by representatives of the BRIC countries in South Africa.

This panel discussion will celebrate the formal opening of IDLU and is the formal welcome for the new group of students in our LLM in Trade and Investment programme.



"South Africa and the BRICS"
Organised by the International Development Law Unit at the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria
Date: Monday, 05 September, 2011
Time: 18h00 - 20h00
Venue: Main Auditorium, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
Cocktail function after the discussion

RSVP:
Susan Karungi
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by 28 August 2011.

Reviewing the G20's Development and Financial Inclusion Agendas

You are cordially invited to a G20 Study Group Meeting, organised by the South African Institute of International Affairs; the International Development Law Unit in the Centre for Human Rights at the University of Pretoria; and
Oxfam.

Date: 16 May, 2011
Time: 09:30 - 15:30
Venue: SRC Chamber, UP Conference Centre


To facilitate a frank dialogue, this workshop will take place under the Chatham House Rule, a morally binding convention which allows all or part of a meeting to be held ‘off the record’. In addition ‘Information gleaned under the Chatham House Rule may be reported [if so agreed], but the identity or affiliations of speakers must not be disclosed.’

African Development Bank Appoints Independent Review Mechanism (IRM) Roster of Experts Chair

The African Development Bank board of directors on September 17, 2010, appointed Prof. Daniel D. Bradlow as the chairperson of the IRM roster of experts. Prof. Bradlow joined the IRM Roster of Experts in 2007, and he led IRM’s first investigation into the Bujagali projects in Uganda. He also played an active role in the IRM review which resulted in the current IRM operational rules and procedures.



Prof. Bradlow, a South African national, is the SARCHI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations at the University of Pretoria in South Africa and a Professor of Law at American University of Washington’s College of Law in Washington D.C. He is a member of the board of directors (International Lawyers and Economists against Poverty (ILEAP)) and is the co-rapporteur of the International Law Association’s Study Group on Accountability of International Organizations. He has consulted for a number of international organizations, lectured widely on the public and private aspects of international development law, and has published articles and books on a range of topics, including accountability of international financial institutions, regulatory frameworks for dam safety and financial institutions and global economic governance. Prof. Bradlow holds degrees from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, and from Northeastern University and Georgetown University in the USA and is a member of the New York and District of Columbia bars.

IDLU Past Events

The following events have been hosted or co-hosted by the International Development Law Unit:

2010

  • Dialogue on South Africa and the G20
    Co-sponsored by the National Treasury,
    Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria
    and the South African Institute for International Affairs
    (Pretoria, 17 May 17 2010)
 

 

  • Panel on Social Impact Litigation
    Co-sponsored with SAIFAC
    First session: 10 March 2010
    Speakers: Claudio Grossman, Brenda Smith, Adila Hassim and Jason Brickhill
    Moderator: Arthur Chaskalson
    Second session: May 13, 2010
    Presenters: Ann Skelton, Gilbert Marcus, and Fayyeza Kathree
    Moderator: Edwin Cameron
    (Constitutional Court, Johannesburg)
  • Study Group on FDI and South Africa
    First meeting on 4 February 2010 
    Presenters: Stephen Gelb and Laurence Boulle
    Second meeting on 8 April 
    Presenters: Randall Williams, DTI and Helena Barnard, GIBS

2009

  • Prof Muna Ndulo, Director, Institute for African Development, Cornell University, 17 March 2009-spoke to LLM students on UN Responses to Sexual Harassment by UN Peacekeeping Forces
  • Lecture by Dr. Hesphina Rukato on her book on history of NEPAD, June 4, 2009 (spoke to a general audience of UP staff, students and invited guests)

The purpose of this workshop is to explore the phenomenon of “land grabs” in Africa; stimulate discussion and debate and research on this topic. Papers to be presented will include: general overviews of “land grabs” in Africa; regulatory and international law issues relating to foreign investments in “land grabs” in Africa, gender and human rights impacts of “land grabs” and case studies of “land grabs in Africa. Presenters include Sam Adelman; Gaynor Paradza; Danny Bradlow ; Abdul Paliwala; AmbreenaManji; Ben Twinomugisha; ChikosaSilungwe; and Elias Nour.

 

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Lunch and teas will be provided

 

Please feel free to share invitation with anyone you think would be interested in the workshop

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