Prøveforelesning og disputas: Endalew L. Enyew, Det juridiske fakultet

Endalew L. Enyew holder sin prøveforelesning og disputerer for graden ph.d. i rettsvitenskap.

Prøveforelesning kl 10:15: 

Prøveforelesningen har tittelen: "The content, legal status and role of self-determination for Indigenous Peoples."

Prøveforelesningen vil også bli strømmet: https://mediasite.uit.no/Mediasite/Catalog/Full/9ef2dc37778c44ff8ca89ed408ddf4e021

 

Disputas kl 12:15:

Endalew L. Enyew disputerer for graden ph.d. i rettsvitenskap og vil offentlig forsvare avhandlingen

"The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Marine Space and Marine Resources under International Law."

 

På grunn av koronautbruddet er auditoriet stengt for publikum. Disputasen vil bli strømmet her.

Due to the corona outbreak, the auditorium will be closed to the public. The defense will be streamed here.

https://mediasite.uit.no/Mediasite/Catalog/Full/9ef2dc37778c44ff8ca89ed408ddf4e021

Hvis noen ønsker å melde seg som opponent ex auditorio, må dette meddeles per e-post til: christin.skjervold@uit.no, før førsteopponenten er ferdig, senest kl 14:00.

Members of the audience who wish to pose questions ex auditorio must notify the leader of the defence per e-mail to: christin.skjervold@uit.no, during the first opposition, and at the latest by 2pm.

Opptak av disputasen vil være tilgjengelig i en uke.

A recording of the defence will be availabe for one week.

 

Avhandlingen er tilgjengelig her.

The dissertation is available here.

 

Bedømmelseskomiteen består av:

  • Professor Rachael Lorna Johnstone, University of Akureyri, Island (førsteopponent)
  • Professor Geir Ulfstein, Universitetet i Oslo (andreopponent)
  • Professor Jon Petter Rui, UiT Norges arktiske universitet

 Disputasen blir ledet av dekan, professor Lena R. L. Bendiksen, Det juridiske fakultet, UiT Norges arktiske universitet.

Populærvitenskapelig sammendrag av avhandlingen:

This thesis explores the extent to which international law recognizes and protects the customary rights of coastal indigenous peoples to marine space and marine resources. The thesis explores the principal instruments of the law of the sea and international human rights law pertaining to indigenous peoples as well as the relevant case law. The thesis also specifically examines those multilateral and bilateral treaties/agreements relating to the law of the sea – including agreements dealing with conservation and management of marine mammals and agreements relating to maritime boundary delimitation – that recognize and afford special arrangements for the recognition of traditional fishing rights of indigenous communities. It also uncovers the limitations of those instruments. The thesis demonstrates that exploiting all available openings in international human rights law and the law of the sea – including interpreting and applying existing rules and principles in an evolutionary manner – is a worthwhile strategy in advancing the rights of indigenous peoples in relation to marine space and marine resources. It also shows that an integrated approach to the law of the sea and international human rights law affords enhanced recognition of indigenous rights to marine space and marine resources. This integrated approach creates a more respectful and pluralist understanding of the relationships between indigenous peoples and the State or States within which they live or practice such rights.

Veiledere: 

Professor Nigel Bankes, University of Calgary, Canada

Lagdommer Susann F. Skogvang, Hålogaland lagmannsrett

 

When: 08. May 2020 at 10.15–15.00
Where: Strømmes fra Aud. 3
Location / Campus: Tromsø
Target group: Employees, Students, Guests
Contact: Christin Skjervold
E-mail: christin.skjervold@uit.no
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