The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law (JLP) is devoted to scholarly writing and documentation on all aspects of legal pluralism and unofficial law everywhere in the world and at all times. Published since 1969, first under the title African Law Studies (issues 1-18) it is a refereed, independent, interdisciplinary, international journal. From 2013, the JLP is in volume format (volume 45 onwards).
Since March 2013, the Journal of Legal Pluralism is an official publication of the Commission of Legal Pluralism and is available through the Taylor & Francis group. The three issues per year are available both electronically and in hard copy. Subscriptions to the online version are available at a reduced rate of €31.26 for Commission members and are bundled within the Commission membership fee. A one-year subscription to the print copy of the JLP in addition to the electronic access costs € 53.00 for Commission Members. Institutional subscribers need to go through the Taylor & Francis Group. Please see the JLP's information at the Taylor & Francis website.
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Effective March 2013, the Journal of Legal Pluralism is published as an official publication of the Commission of Legal Pluralism and is available through the Taylor & Francis group. There are now three issues per year, available both electronically and in hard copy. Subscriptions to the online version are available at a reduced rate of €31.26 Commission members and are bundled within the Commission membership fee. A one-year subscription to the print copy of the JLP in addition to the electronic access costs € 53.00 for Commission Members. Institutional subscribers need to go through the Taylor & Francis Group. Please see the JLP's information at the Taylor & Francis website here.
Back numbers of African Law Studies and the Journal of Legal Pluralism prior to nr. 48 are available from William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 1285 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14209-1987, United States, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Realising Justice? Negotiating land reform in Southern Africa- Second Year Workshop, Edinburgh, June 16, 2016
This is the second in a series of workshops, research and training modules, funded by the British Academy’s International Partnership and Mobility Scheme to be conducted in Botswana, Edinburgh, Malawi and Zimbabwe addressing the critical issue of access to land and land reform in Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries. The project recognizes the critical importance of land and its centrality in promoting wellbeing not only in national but also in local contexts. Scholars from Malawi, Edinburgh, Botswana and Zimbabwe are examining the impact of current land tenure systems and effects of land reform polices on livelihoods. The workshops seek to engage scholars from Africa and elsewhere to discuss the importance of land policies in the context of debates about development and fair distribution of resources. For the pressure on land use and access to land is one of the most pressing of global challenges to peace, sustainability and justice in the twenty-first century.
The international Workshop “Denaturalizing Climate Change: Perspectives for critical adaptation research” will be held in Oaxaca, Mexico from September 28 to September 30, 2016. The workshop aims to develop de-colonizing and re-politicizing perspectives on climate change adaptation, de-centering Western perspectives and bringing together critical viewpoints from social research. The deadline to send proposals was January 30, 2016.
The Workshop is organized by Die Junge Akademie (German Young Academy of Scientists) in cooperation with CIESAS Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social, Mexico and artec Sustainability Research Center, University of Bremen, Germany.
LASSnet Conference, 10-12 December 2016
The fourth edition of the LASSnet conference “Thinking with Evidence: Seeking Certainty, Making Truth” will be hosted by the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance (JNU, Delhi) in collaboration with the National Law University of Delhi (Dwarka), O.P. Jindal Global University (Sonepat) and IIT (Delhi). Date: 10-12 December 2016. Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, India.
Annual Meeting Law and Society Association, 2-5 June 2016
The 2016 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association will be held in New Orleans, June 2-5, 2016. The theme of the meeting is: AT THE DELTA; Belonging, place and visions of law and social change.
The International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences is organising its Inter-Congress World anthropologies and privatization of knowledge: engaging anthropology in public in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 4-9 May 2016.