The United Nations is looking for highly qualified candidates who are ready to launch a professional career as an international civil servant. The young professionals programme (YPP) is a recruitment initiative that brings new talent to the United Nations through an annual entrance examination.
For young, high-calibre professionals across the globe, the examination is a platform for launching a career at the United Nations. The 2013 examination will be offered in the following job families: Legal Affairs, Public Information, Statistics, Administration and Finance.
The application period for Legal Affairs, Public Information and Statistics opened on 3 June and will close on 2 August 2013.
The application period for Administration and Finance will open on 8 July and close on
5 September 2013.
All applications must be submitted through the United Nations careers portal: https://careers.un.org .
We kindly request your support in giving this announcement the widest possible circulation and your assistance in identifying potentially suitable candidates.
Applications from women are strongly encouraged.
Further details on the above-mentioned as well as other vacancies can be found on our careers portal https://careers.un.org .
With thanks for your time and efforts.
Strategic Planning and Staffing Division
Office of Human Resources Management
Call for papers for Volume IV of the Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law (published by the Czech Society of International Law)
The Czech Society of International Law is the Editor of a new periodical publication focused on International Law. The first volume has appeared in September 2010. According to models of other major foreign yearbooks, the CYIL focuses on articles and comments on Public International Law, without precluding the possibility to submit contributions dealing with Private International Law and European Law.
The CYIL took inspiration in similar foreign publications. Therefore the CYIL has adopted the following structure:
- I. Studies
- II. Short articles, comments and discussion
- III. Case-law
- IV. Czech practice relating to international law
- V. Review of books
- VI. Bibliography (Survey of journals)
The Yearbook appears both in printed (paper) and in Internet version.
The deadline for the submission is Friday 31 May 2013.
The recommended length of articles is 10 to 15 pages in English, including summary (in Czech or another language) the recommended style OSCOLA, Times New Roman font, line-spacing 1.5. We also welcome shorter comments, information and book reviews. The CYIL is a peer-reviewed journal.
Prof. Pavel Šturma
President of the CSIL
This Czech Yearbook is a scholarly publication of the Czech Society of International Law, acting in cooperation with the Czech Branch of the International Law Association. According to its Statute, the CSIL covers both Public and Private International Law in its Czech Yearbook, including some aspects of European law.
The CSIL publishes the Yearbook both in printed and electronics versions.
For the third volume, we are proud to offer the electronic version in a userfriendly format of the E-book, suitable for PCs, notebooks and tablets. The Czech Yearbook stems from the academic tradition but it is also open to new technologies.
As usual, the authors of this publication come from the leading Czech academic and other institutions, such as Charles University in Prague, Masaryk University in Brno, Palacky University in Olomouc, the Institute of Law of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the University of Economics in Prague, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its Institute of International Relations, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, as well as from private law firms.
However, the editors keep the Czech Yearbook open to authors from abroad. More than in the two previous years, this volume includes contributions of foreign professors and researchers, coming from or teaching in Austria, Iceland, Montenegro, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine and the USA. In keeping the Yearbook open, we want it to become not only Czech but also a European and international project, the Prague-based platform for dialogue of scholars and practitioners of international law.
This publication appears thanks to the financial subsidy to the Czech Society of International Law from the Council of Scientific Societies of the Czech Republic.
We are also grateful for generous financial support from the Prague branch of the law firm Weil, Gotshal and Manges.
We wish that this volume of the Czech Yearbook finds many interested readers and we are looking forward to new authors and new contributions for the next volume.
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Author: Pavel Šturma