The ILC AGM is coming up on Tuesday, October 9 at 3pm, at the Guild Council Meeting Room. Applications are open for both elected and appointed positions.
The following positions will be elected at the AGM:
– Vice President
– Social Media Manager
– Events Coordinator
– Ordinary Committee Members (3)
To nominate, please send an email with your name and the position(s) you are nominating for to email@example.com by 11.59pm Saturday October 6.
The following positions will be appointed following the AGM
– Blog co-editors
– Journal co-editors
To nominate, please send an email with your name and the position(s) you are nominated for to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief explanation of why you want to nominate and your experience relating to the position (under 400 words). Nominations close 11.59pm Sunday October 27.
All are welcome to apply for a position and attend the upcoming AGM 🙂
The UWA Politics Club and the UWA International Law Club are proud to present our annual Political Science, International Relations and Law Careers Breakfast.
Invest in your future career over a hot breakfast while chatting and networking with some of the 20 alumni attending who have forged successful careers in public service, law, politics , journalism and more.
We particularly encourage students studying Political Science and Law to attend as well as those thinking of pursuing a career in government or law.
Tickets start at $25 for members and $30 for non-members and is inclusive of a hot breakfast, coffee + tea and juices. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options available.
Date: 23 August 2018, Thursday
Venue: UWA Watersports Complex
Time: 7.45am for 8am start
Registration starts at 7:45am and breakfast service will begin at 8:00am. The event will end formally end at 9:00am, but you are more than welcome to stay longer to network and chat with our amazing alumni.
Secure your ticket here: http://bit.ly/2KOF7mQ. Tickets are strictly limited, so buy yours today!
Link to event: https://www.facebook.com/events/357992394737546/
What really happens to your data when you sign up for Facebook?
Mark Zuckerberg is becoming a household name as the recent privacy scandal reveals 1 in 50 Australian Facebook users and 1 in 3 American users, had their data shared with British political consulting agency, Cambridge Analytica. This data was allegedly used to influence the 2016 US election campaign.
Facebook has made changes. It has promised to share less information with third parties and investigate apps which have extensive access to user information. But do these changes go far enough?
The EU has responded with a set of ‘breakthrough’ new privacy laws. Under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulations, users can obtain any data a company has collected about them through a ‘data subject request’. If a user chooses to exercise their right to be ‘forgotten’, in other words withdraw consent for their data to be collected, companies such as Facebook must delete all data relating to that person. In fact, they can only collect such data in the first place if there is a specific business purpose for it. No longer will signing up mean giving away your personal data.
Are these laws necessary? Should Australia and the US follow suit? Come have your say 🔥 🇦🇺 🇺🇸
Tuesday, 22 May 2018, 1 – 2pm @ UWA Tavern
Speaker: Dr Marilyn Bromberg
You are cordially invited to join us as we launch the most recent volume of the Perth International Law Journal. The Club will also be conferring Honorary Life Memberships to distinguished academics from the UWA Law School. The Hon Professor Stephen Smith is our guest speaker for the evening.
We hope you’ll join us for some light refreshments!
RSVP: to Emma Bolton by COB Monday, 26 March 2018 at email@example.com.
Join us at the Arts Super-Sundowner on Wednesday, 7 March 2018 from 4.30pm on the Matilda Bay Foreshore as we host our first event of the year together with the UWA Arts Union, UWA Politics Club, UWA Italian Club, UWA French Club, UWA Film Society, Envoy, and the University Hispanic Group.
Free Sausage Sizzle for Members!
See you there!
Tuesday 15th August, 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ Economics and Commerce Conference Room (Room 3.73) 3rd Floor, Old Economics and Commerce Building, The University of Western Australia.
Come and listen to some engaging speakers discuss the Syrian refugee crisis. All are welcome to attend!
Speakers: Dr Jamal Barnes, Dr Alan Bloomfield and Fiona McGaughey
Wednesday 9th August, 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ Engineering Lecture Theatre 2, University of Western Australia.
Come along for a free lesson on the basics of international law!
Thursday 9th March, 6:00pm – 8:30pm @ Captain Stirling Hotel, Nedlands. ILC hosted its first event of the year to welcome new members!
Tuesday 23rd August, 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ Law Lecture Theatre, University of Western Australia.
The UWA International Law Club hosted The Honourable Kim Beazley, AC to give insight into his experiences as Australian Ambassador to America.
Mondays from 1:00pm – 2:00pm @ University of Western Australia (Weeks 6 – 10).
The ILC Seminar Series is a weekly research seminar beginning in week 6, where a student or staff member has the opportunity to present international law research, topics or ideas to their peers to lead a discussion and/or seek feedback and comments on their work. All professors and students are welcome to attend.
The outline for the ILC Seminar Series for Semester 2, 2016 is as follows:
- Week 6, 5th September @ E-Moot Court: Australia’s War Crimes Trials of the Japanese (1945-51), delivered by Dr Narrelle Morris (Professor at Curtin Law School)
- Week 7, 12th September @ Masters Seminar Room: Pursuing an International Law Career, delivered by Professor Lawrence Watters (Visiting Professor at UWA, previously of University of Oslo)
- Week 8, 19th September @ Masters Seminar Room: Institutionalising State Responsibility Through Global Security and UN Organs, delivered by Dr Vincent-Joel Proulx (Professor at National University of Singapore)
- Week 9, 3rd October @ E-Moot Court: Slavery and Human Rights in Pakistan, delivered by Oliver Mitchell (Honours student, UWA)
- Week 10, 10th October @ E-Moot Court: Somali Piracy: A Criminological Perspective, delivered by Dr Jade Lindley (Research Fellow, UWA)