International Institute of Space Law (IISL)

International Institute of Space Law (IISL) Space law is an area of the law that encompasses national and international law governing activities in outer space. The International Institute of Space Law (IISL) was founded in 1960.
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The purposes and objectives of the Institute include the cooperation with appropriate international organisations and national institutions in the field of space law and the carrying out of tasks for fostering space law development.

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Join the next #EOcafe on the 8th of October at 16:00 CEST to discuss with the IISL President Kai-Uwe Schrogl [from the E...
05/10/2020
EOcafe: The EU Space Programme – Where we are now! – EARSC

Join the next #EOcafe on the 8th of October at 16:00 CEST to discuss with the IISL President Kai-Uwe Schrogl [from the European Space Agency - ESA, seconded to the #German #EUCouncil #Presidency] and Haude Lannon [from Access Partnership] the #EUspace #programme.

October 2, 2020Posted by: EARSCCategory: EARSC News No Comments The Perspective from the German PresidencyThursday 8th of October 2020, 16:00-16:45 CESTGermany took over the presidency of the European Council on 1st of July 2020 with important dossiers to tackle for the future of the European Union....

02/10/2020

1st Space Law Seminar – Brazilian Bar Association

The Brazilian Bar Association (OAB, in Portuguese), through its Air and Space Law Commission, will promote on the 5th and 6th of October, at 7pm (BRT), its 1st Space Law Seminar, with a special panel in honour of Professor José Monserrat Filho, IISL Honorary Director and 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award winner. Covering the topic “The Development of Space Law in Brazil”, lectures will be presented by Professors Paulo Borba Casella (University of São Paulo), Maria Helena Fonseca de Souza Rolim (UN/IMLI), Olavo de O. Bittencourt Neto (Catholic University of Santos) and Tatiana Ribeiro Viana (PhD Space Law, Sapienza University of Rome)

The Space Law Seminar celebrates the World Space Week, with the presence of the Astronaut and Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Brazil, Marcos Pontes, at the opening ceremony. The event include lectures by the president of the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB), Carlos Augusto Teixeira de Moura and the Director of the Alcantara Launch Center (CLA), Col. Marcello Correa De Souza, discussing “The Alcantara Launch Center: Present and Future”. Also to be addressed is the recent establishment of Space Law Committees within the Brazilian Bar Association.

The event aims to promote collaboration involving lawyers, academic researchers and policy-makers, as a catalyst for considerations and initiatives towards the Brazilian Space Program and the advancement of International Space Law.

Link: https://youtu.be/9kweKHjn3ls

Call for Papers: The Governance of Space Exploration Corporations Eytan Tepper and Jean-Frédéric Morin of Laval Universi...
25/09/2020
Call for proposals | Chaire de recherche du Canada en économie politique internationale (EPI)

Call for Papers: The Governance of Space Exploration Corporations

Eytan Tepper and Jean-Frédéric Morin of Laval University, Canada, are happy to announce this Workshop that will explore the issue of corporations that exercise quasi-sovereign powers, using the case study of space exploration corporations. The Workshop welcomes thought-provoking and exploratory papers from any relevant discipline.

Abstracts deadline: October 20, 2020.

Call available in this link http://www.wire-series.com/call-proposals

Funding available for selected participants.

You are kindly invited to consider answering the Call and to share it with interested students and colleagues.

The Governance of Space Exploration Corporations Quebec City, 23-24 August 2021 Call for Papers The Workshop Conveners welcome the submission of proposals for thematic papers to be presented at the Workshop scheduled for Summer 2021. Theme The Workshop will discuss the regulation of space exploratio...

International Astronautical Federation
24/09/2020

International Astronautical Federation

For the first time in its prestigious history, the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) will be fully virtual and free of charge. Do not miss out on this unprecedented opportunity to attend the IAC and to discover how, since its first edition in 1950, the IAC has been THE place for all space people to gather and forge the future of space. Please register now on iac2020.vfairs.com
#cyberspaceiac2020

📘 IISL Board Member Dr. Martha Mejía-Kaiser is proud to announce the publication of her book “The Geostationary Ring – P...
21/09/2020

📘 IISL Board Member Dr. Martha Mejía-Kaiser is proud to announce the publication of her book “The Geostationary Ring – Practice and Law”. 🚀

The book is part of the series Studies in #SpaceLaw of Brill/Nijhoff edited by Prof. Frans von der Dunk.

For more information see: https://brill.com/view/title/55905?language=en

13/09/2020
ESA - European Space Agency

ESA - European Space Agency

In case you missed it: in this episode of ESA Education's #MeetTheExperts, Thea Flem Dethlefsen discusses the laws that govern space to ensure that all states have equal, fair and sustainable access in the present and the future. Exploring outer space doesn't come without rules...

Our newsletter for July-August 2020 is now available!Highlights include: 🌠  News and Announcements🌠  Update on IAC 2020🌠...
09/09/2020

Our newsletter for July-August 2020 is now available!

Highlights include:
🌠 News and Announcements
🌠 Update on IAC 2020
🌠 2021 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition
🌠 Latin America becomes the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition 5th region
🌠 Member News

Here: https://bit.ly/2RaANUu

The Registration Convention that entered into force on 15 Sep 1976 built on the desire expressed by States for a mechani...
03/09/2020
United Nations Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space

The Registration Convention that entered into force on 15 Sep 1976 built on the desire expressed by States for a mechanism to help identify #space objects. It resulted in the #UN Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space, that can be consulted here: https://www.unoosa.org/oosa/en/spaceobjectregister/index.html
In recent years, the number of objects launched into outer #space is increasing exponentially, as the technology to deploy objects becomes cheaper and more accessible & new players enter the space arena. United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) maintains the register of these objects with the support of member states and IGOs!

United Nations Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space Read more

01/09/2020
SpaceWatch.Global

SpaceWatch.Global

This Space Café WebTalk will feature Jean-Jacques Dordain, Former Director General of the European Space Agency, in conversation with Torsten Kriening, publisher of SpaceWatch.Global.

Jean-Jacques Dordain is to date the longest serving Director General at ESA . Jean-Jacques Dordain has a great experience in the functioning of Europe's space sector and is now working to ensure that youth, innovation and new space find their place in Europe. He also wishes to share his passion for space and the planet because for him, we are all members of the crew of planet Earth.

Jean-Jacques Dordain will be moderating the next Space Forum in Luxembourg on 15 and 16 September, a good time to take stock of the post-covid situation in the space sector and to talk about it together at this Space Café WebTalk.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Jean-Jacques Dordain.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Switzerland-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café WebTalk will be conducted in English.

„The African Space Policy and Strategy aim to “create a well-coordinated and integrated African Outer Space Programme th...
30/08/2020
The Role Of Regional Powerhouses in the Implementation of the African Space Policy and Strategy - Space in Africa

„The African Space Policy and Strategy aim to “create a well-coordinated and integrated African Outer Space Programme that is responsive to the social, economic, political and environmental needs of the continent, as well as its global competitiveness.” It also aims to support the space initiatives of African space programmes by assisting with regulatory frameworks and ensuring that space is used responsibly and for peaceful purposes. To operationalise the programme, a study done by the African Union Commission (AUC) recommends that regional powerhouses spearhead capacity building in areas such as satellite communications, navigation and positioning, earth observation and space science and astronomy. Most fundamental to the success of the programme is the leveraging of satellite services to support development initiatives through activities such as monitoring of weather conditions, disaster mitigation, as well as boosting Africa’s drought-prone agricultural sector.“

https://africanews-space.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/africanews.space/the-role-of-regional-powerhouses-in-the-implementation-of-the-african-space-policy-and-strategy/amp/

The African Space Agency, which will be located and established in Egypt as decided by the African Union in 2019, is expected to spearhead the continent’s joint space endeavours. As the costs of developing space programs reduce, an increasing number of African States are beginning to consider the ...

Today our Board member Prof. Hobe has been a speaker, tomorrow our Board members Prof. Freeland and Prof. Kerrest will b...
26/08/2020

Today our Board member Prof. Hobe has been a speaker, tomorrow our Board members Prof. Freeland and Prof. Kerrest will be presenting.

You still have time to register for the webinar!

🚨💻 ECSL Summer Webinars Series:

We are already half-way through our new ECSL Summer Webinar Series 🔥

For this 3rd session of the week, prof. Stephan Hobe (University of Cologne) and prof. Bernhard Schmidt-Tedd (DLR) gave us their opposing views on the question of "Future economic uses of outer space and the corresponding legal regime: More or less liberalism for outer space activities?"

🌑 Tomorrow we are delighted to welcome prof. Steven Freeland and prof. Armel Kerrest to dive into the very topical question of "Exploitation of resources from celestial bodies"

✨ Only two sessions left to participate this week !
Register now at [email protected], mentioning: first name – last name – email – affiliation

You can also have a look at the other topics proposed for an insightful and exciting week ahead:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/ECSL_European_Centre_for_Space_Law/ECSL_Summer_Webinar_Series_Launch

In 2h, Mike Gold, Acting Associate Administrator for International and Interagency Relations, NASA - National Aeronautic...
26/08/2020

In 2h, Mike Gold, Acting Associate Administrator for International and Interagency Relations, NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration, will join the Round-Table organized by Space Court Foundation on #ArtemisAccords with IISL Members Daniel Porras and Christopher Johnson!

We have a special guest for you today! We are delighted to welcome Mr. Mike Gold from @NASA who will join the Round-Table on #ArtemisAccords from 1pm EDT.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/round-table-artemis-accords-and-the-future-of-space-governance-tickets-117282052777

🌎💫  The International Institute of Space Law (“IISL”) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that by unanimous vote, ...
26/08/2020

🌎💫 The International Institute of Space Law (“IISL”) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that by unanimous vote, it has approved Latin America as its 5th Region. Latin America joins the North American, European, Asia Pacific and African Regions. Regional winners receive financial support to attend the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition World Finals.

The IISL congratulates the Latin American Regional Organizer, Professor Jairo Becerra, and Assistant Regional Organizer, Professor Laura Gamarra, from the Universidad Católica de Colombia, and all those who worked to achieve this objective. Funding for travel of the winning Latin American team to the World Finals will be provided by the Space Network for Latin America and the Caribbean – ReLaCa ESPACIO.

For more information: https://iislweb.org/awards-and-competitions/manfred-lachs-space-law-moot-court-competition/participating-in-the-lachs-competition/latin-america/

European Centre for Space Law
25/08/2020

European Centre for Space Law

🚨💻 ECSL Summer Webinars Series:

A great interactive session for Day 2 of our new ECSL Summer Webinars Series !

Mr. Alexander Soucek (ESA - European Space Agency) and Mrs. Jenni Tapio (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland) took us with them into the fascinating question of swarm satellites, balancing the discussion between the different challenges and opportunities these very complex and useful technologies present.

Do not wait to register to join us for Day 3 of our Series where we will address the topic of: " Future economic uses of outer space and the corresponding legal regime: More or less liberalism for outer space activities?" 🚀🚀

We look forward to welcoming our two high-level guests: Prof. Stephan Hobe (University of Cologne) and Dr. Bernhard Schmidt-Tedd (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) for great discussions !

Register now at [email protected], mentioning: first name – last name – email – affiliation

You can also have a look at the other topics proposed for an insightful and exciting week ahead:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/ECSL_European_Centre_for_Space_Law/ECSL_Summer_Webinar_Series_Launch

24/08/2020
SpaceWatch.Global

SpaceWatch.Global

This Space Café WebTalk will feature Thomas Jarzombek, Federal Government Coordinator of German Aerospace Policy, in conversation with Torsten Kriening, publisher of SpaceWatch.Global.

Thomas Jarzombek will share some thoughts about Germany's role in the European and global space sector. He will highlight the national contribution to space security in a European context. Also, he will discuss ideas on larger questions related to space developments in Europe and in Germany.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Thomas Jarzombek.

SpaceWatch.Global is a n Europe-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café WebTalk will be conducted in English.

European Centre for Space Law
24/08/2020

European Centre for Space Law

🚨💻 Online event:

Day 1 of our new ECSL Summer Webinars Series is completed ! Warm thanks to our guests Mr. Niklas Hedman (United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)) and Prof. Marboe Irmgard (University of vienna) who gave us great insight on the evolution and current state of Space law making process 🚀

Join us tomorrow for the second session of this week featuring Mr. Alexander Soucek (ESA - European Space Agency) and Mrs. Jenni Tapio (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland).

We will address the topic of "Swarms of satellites: challenges and opportunities" 🛰🛰🛰🛰

Register now at [email protected], mentioning: first name – last name – email – affiliation

You can also have a look at the other topics proposed for an insightful and exciting week ahead:
https://www.esa.int/About_Us/ECSL_European_Centre_for_Space_Law/ECSL_Summer_Webinar_Series_Launch

THE SPACE POLICY SHOW: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN THE SPACE SECTORBrought to you by The Aerospace Corporation’s Cent...
22/08/2020
The Space Policy Show: Public-Private Partnerships in the Space Sector | The Aerospace Corporation

THE SPACE POLICY SHOW: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN THE SPACE SECTOR

Brought to you by The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy

Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) can provide significant advantages by leveraging commercial efficiencies and innovation while shifting risk to the private sector in exchange for profits linked to performance. However, architecting a public private partnership is more art than science. Want to understand key challenges, trends, and lessons of space-related P3s?

In this episode, Aerospace's Karen Jones and special guest Randy Segal (Hogan Lovells) will dive into how we can lay the groundwork for future P3 success in the space sector

https://aerospace.org/events/space-policy-show-public-private-partnerships-space-sector

Tune in to The Space Policy Show Brought to you by The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy Working from home or under quarantine? The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy is offering a series of webcasts and virtual meetings as an opportunity to s...

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On the second year of it´s beginning Demand a answer on the preliminary examination of Venezuela After this February 8, 2020, two years after the announcement of the beginning of the preliminary examination concerning the Venezuela case, by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court -ICC-, on crimes against humanity that are systematically and widespread been committed in recent years and are still committed by the regime of Nicolás Maduro, a group of lawyers and human rights defenders require this international body an immediate response. The document consigned on Wednesday, February 20 before the ICC, was signed by the former president of the United Nations Security Council, Diego Arria; the former president of the Inter-American Federation of Lawyers, Rafael Veloz; the retired deputy of the National Assembly and president of El Amparo Foundation, Walter Márquez; the president of the Democratic Platform of Venezuelans in Spain, William Cárdenas Rubio; the former ambassador of Panama in India, Alejandro Garrido; the former General Director of the Attorney´s General Office of Venezuela, Zair Mundaray; the experienced lawyer in International Criminal Courts of the University of Washington, Carlos Ramírez López; the president emeritus of the Federation of the Bar Association of Venezuela, Omar Estacio; the president of the REDES Foundation, Javier Tarazona; the former senator of the Congress of Venezuela, Edgar Florez; also by Anacelita Hernández, General Secretary of El Amparo Foundation; by Jesús Berro, academic research coordinator of the Bar Association of Tachira; Juan Manuel Guevara, Director of International Relations of El Amparo International Foundation; by Francisco Sánchez, International lawyer of the Center for Border Studies and Integration of the University of Los Andes -ULA- Táchira and by Gustavo Rodríguez, President of the Bar Association of Litigation Lawyers of Colombia, in North Santander. After recounting the actions undertaken by the European parliament, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, by the Secretary General of the Organization of American States -OAS-, by the Foreign Ministers of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Canada; by the Lima Group, by the UN Human Rights Council, among others, demanding responses to human rights violations and the execution of crimes against humanity in Venezuela, the signatories made six warnings and considerations, recalling that on December 5 2019, in its annual report to the Assembly of States Parties, the ICC prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda said that she hoped to finalize the analysis of the situation in Venezuela at the beginning of the current year. The requests The retired deputy of the Venezuelan parliament, Walter Márquez, promoter of the document, with the deputy of the National Assembly Rafael Veloz, said that considering that the International Criminal Court, according to the Rome Statute, was created not only to sanction the international crimes under its jurisdiction, but to prevent them, they requested the States parties of this statute, especially those who are members of the European Union and the OAS to join the complaint filed on September 26, 2018 by six member states before the ICC prosecutor's office, for crimes against humanity in order to initiate a formal investigation immediately. Since a reasonable time has elapsed to decide, they demand an immediate decision on the preliminary examination and the immediate start of the investigation of crimes against humanity in Venezuela, to avoid and prevent more facts that aggravate the crisis, as there is an unjustified delay in the initiation, procedure or resolution of more than 100 requests of investigation before the ICC, incurring a serious fault or serious breach of the functions of the prosecutor Bensouda, in accordance with rule 24 of the Court's Rules of Procedure and Evidence. On the other hand, the attorney William Cárdenas Rubio said that in this regard they demand that prosecutor Fatou Bensouda initiates the investigation of crimes against humanity committed in Venezuela or inhibit from continuing to know those causes, since she has more than 15 years without deciding and has knowledge of the situation since 2004 when she was deputy prosecutor, and from 2012 as a prosecutor. The signatories of the document support the complaint made by Walter Márquez against the Prosecutor of the ICC for gross negligence and breach of her duties, requesting her separation from office because they consider that she has delayed a lot to act while the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela is deepening. They urged the contries parties, complainants before the ICC, to request an immediate action by the prosecutor, in accordance with article 54.1.a of the Rome Statute, to take appropriate measures to ensure the effectiveness of the investigation and prosecution of crimes. Finally, they invite the countries that are members of the Assembly of States Parties, especially Colombia and Ecuador as members of the Rome Statute, to request that independent supervision mechanisms will be exercised on the actions of the ICC Prosecutor. Attach: ICC statement
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