Call for Applications: Adamas Residencies 2024


Research residency as part of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy Award.

From 6 to 15 September 2024, the Château de Goutelas, in collaboration with the International Nuremberg Principles Academy, the French Constitutional Council, the International Association of Economic Law (A.I.D.E.) and the Institute for Studies and Research on Law and Justice (IERDJ), is hosting the fourth edition of the distinctive European residency programme for legal researchers – the Adamas Residencies.

Inspired by artist residencies, the Adamas Residencies offer legal researchers a dedicated research residency at the Château de Goutelas to pursue individual projects. The aim of the residency program is to explore contemporary legal issues and foster connections among young jurists, artists and researchers from different disciplines. In this context, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy awards a prize to co-finance one research stay.

Are you a French-speaking PhD student or postdoc interested in the field of international criminal law?

Are you interested in contributing to further developing the Bibliothèque des humanismes (Humanism Library) project initiated at the Château de Goutelas?

Do you aspire to contribute to the advancement of international criminal law, particularly in connection with contemporary issues such as new technologies, the environment, demography, migration, work, and health?

Apply now for the European research residencies in law “Adamas Residencies”. Send your application by 31 May 2024.

For more information on the Adamas Residencies, including the call for applications, please see documents below. (ds/aj)

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