לכל ההודעות של "מרכז מינרבה לחקר שלטון החוק במצבי קיצון" ברמה לחצו כאן
In regular times, talks are held at the Center, located in the Terrace Building (Hamadrega), room 1013. For a map see here
In Corona times, all events are on-line in virtual space. All talks and events are recorded and available in YouTube
Shelly Aviv Yeini
Ina Kubbe and Rosa da Costa: The Role of Corruption and Human Rights Violations in Migratory Flows: Impact and Perceptions
The 4th Young Researchers Workshop on Terrorism and Belligerency: "Human Enhancement and Advanced Technologies in Terrorism and Belligerencies"
June 23, June 28 and June 30, 2020
Workshop: Relations between 'the State' and Civil Society/NGOs in Times of COVID-19: Insights and Lessons for Future Emergencies
Past events 2020-21
Dr. Sharon Gordon
Democratic Deadlock and Leadership – Germany and Austria and the Rise of Nazism/Fascism
Event for the publication of Dr. Dana Schmalz's book: "Refugees, Democracy and the Law: Political Rights at the Margins of the State"
March 4 (Thursday) at 13:00-14:00
Prof. Jeff Staton: "Psychic Numbing and Mixed Appeals in Immigration Advocay". (With the Haifa Center for German and European Studies – HCGES)
The ICC decision about its jurisdiction in the situation of Palestine – Open discussion
January 6, 2021 at 14:15
Oren Shlomo: From Contested Sovereignty to Urban Politics: Palestinian Rights-Claiming and 'Accessing the State' in post-Oslo East Jerusalem
December 23, 2020
Antal Berkes: Compliance by tribunals of armed opposition groups with international law
December 2, 2020
Michael Birnhack: Constitutional Engineering and Privacy Engineering
November 11, 2020
Robert Neufeld and Eli Salzberger: Management of Emergencies in Israel: Towards a Comprehensive Doctrine and Legislative-Regulative Framework (in Hebrew)
ניהול מצבי חירום בישראל: לקראת דוקטורינה ישראלית ומסגרת רגולטורית כוללת.
October 28, 2020 at 14:15
Eli Salzberger: Introduction to the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions (in Hebrew).
October 13, 2020
Coping with Coronavirus: It's All About Governance. A special webinar for the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction With the National Knowledge and Research Center for Emergency Readiness. (In Hebrew)
1st Early Career Researchers Virtual Conference of “What are YOU going to do with THAT?” podcast
August 26, 2020
Debating Futures for Israel/Palestine: Online discussion with Peter Beinart (following "Twenty Five Years since Oslo" webinar bellow)
July 22, July 27 and July 29:
International Webinar: Twenty Five Years since Oslo: Contemporary Forms of Governance, Control and Resistance in Israel and Palestinein Israel and Palestine
June 18, 2020
Prof. Dr. Jan Soeffner: A state of Exception Beyond Carl Schmitt: Corona in Germany. (with the Haifa Center for German and European Studies (HCGES).
June 18, 2020
Dr. Orly Stern: International Humanitarian Law's Principle of Distinction and Women in Armed Groups. (With Forum Dvora and ALMA).
June 3 at 14:15
Stavros Pantazopoulos: Wartime Environmental Damage Before International Courts and Tribunals: Strengthening the Environmental Rule of Law.
May 20, 2020
Ori Sharon: State Extinction through Climate Change (in Hebrew).
May 19, 2020
Amnon Reichman: Israeli Emergency Law.
May 4, 2020
Stefan Voigt, Christian Bjørnskov and Nir Kosti: Declarations of state of emergency and government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
April 30, 2020
Itay Epshtain: Normative Challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic Humanitarian Response and Human Rights Protection.
April 26, 2020
Amnon Reichman: Judicial Review and the Coronavirus.
April 22, 2020
Rottem Rosenberg-Rubins: From a state of exception to hyper-legality: Israeli counter-terrorism law in the post-two-state era.
April 19, 2020
Gad Barzilai: Democracies amid Legal Emergencies: Why models are limited, but some are useful.
April 13, 2020
Yoav Mehozai: Israel almost stoped using Emergency Regulations. Until the Corona. (in Hebrew)
February 27-28, 2020
Symposium: Perpetuating the State of Emergency: Punitive Responses to Terrorism, 20 Years after 9/11. University of Hamburg, Warburg Haus.
January 1, 2020 at 14:15 – 15:45
Yaniv Roznai: Who will Save the Redheads? Towards an Anti-Bully Theory of Judicial Review and the Protection of Democracy