Come join us for the first drink (or how the Dutch like to call it: ‘borrel’) of the new academic year (2018/2019). You have a chance to meet fellow students with the same interests, meet the new board and get your first beer for free!
Location: cafe De Ebeling
Bonus: first beer for free!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/236757213684605/
On May 2 2018 ASA is co-hosting a Panel Discussion on facts, law and diplomacy concerning Eastern Ghouta.
Topic: facts on sieges and forced displacement of civilians, failure of international law and diplomacy, and challenges for accountability.
• Hussam Alkatlaby, director Syrian Violations Documentation Centre (VDC)
• Dr Karin Wester, policy advisor Middle East & North Africa, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
• Joost Hiltermann, program director Middle east & North Africa, International Crisis Group (ICG)
• Kevin Jon Heller, associate professor Public International Law, ACIL, UvA
Moderator: dr. Frederiek de Vlaming (UvA)
• War Reparations Centre / Amsterdam Centre for International Law (ACIL),
• Amsterdam Students Association (ASA) International Law
• Syria Legal Network (SLN)
Wednesday 2 May 2018, 17.00-19.00 hrs
Location: Building A room 3.15, Roeterseiland Campus Amsterdam
The panel discussion will be followed by a reception
Come and join us for a spring time borrel. We’ll be returning to Cafe de Jaren for a chat over a beer with other ASA members and students. We warmly welcome new members, students returning from exchange and new students who enrolled in February, so feel more than free to bring along new faces.
Sign up now!
ASA celebrates our 60th birthday this year and we are inviting you to celebrate with us with a birthday party at the Havelaar Cafe. Everyone is welcome, including non-members who want to celebrate with us.
Tickets are on sale now, and include a free drink and food.
We’re also asking for help with our playlist, head over to this link where you can suggest a song for the evening’s playlist. All submissions are secret, so get classic or get creative with your ideas – https://goo.gl/h1jro2!
We also have a competition on the night, we want everyone to wear something orange – tie, glasses, socks, underwear, whatever (we are in the Netherlands after all!). The winner with the best outfit as judged by the boardwill win 1L of beer,
There will be a special discount for Early Birds, divided between ASA – €5 and non-ASA members – €7.
For “regular” birds it will be €7 and €9. respectively
All tickets include one free drink and food at the venue. There will also be a bar.
Buy your tickets now by sending us an email and we will provide you with further information and select your song here: https://goo.gl/h1jro2!
We’re excited to announce that ASA will be hosting a lecture by Sico van der Meer is a Research Fellow at the Clingendael Institute.
The lecture will focus on the continuing tension surrounding North Korea’s nuclear and missile programmes is posing an ever-increasing threat to the world peace. We will explore the political and international law issues at play and discuss how the latest developments could impact on the global threat of a third world war. After the lecture, you will have an opportunity to join the discussion and ask questions from Sico van der Meer, an expert in Security and Defence issues.
The lecture will be held at Cafe de Jaren, 11 January 2018, 5pm to 7pm.
Tickets cost €5 for ASA member and €7 for non-members and include some light refreshments during the event.
Places are strictly limited so please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP to reserve a place. The lecture will be followed by a borrel in the main bar at Cafe de Jaren
ASA’s next borrel will take place 27 November, Café de Jaren, 8pm.
The borrel is an informal opportunity for students to meet outside of their studies. We are grateful that we will be joined by Gio Geroli and Thomas Gilks from “The Monkjacks” who will be playing live on the night.
Guest lecture by Britta van Beers, hosted by ASA International Law
The revolutionary developments in genetic and stem cell research have enabled sexless reproduction. Prospective parents may choose from dozens of embryos (whose genetic makeup is known) to pick one or two for implantation, gestation, and birth. The ethical and legal challenges as result of implementing these new technologies will be discussed in this lecture.
What are the meaning of humanity and human rights when we can design our offspring? Are ‘PGD’ (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) and IVF (vitro fertilization) the end of sex and future of reproduction?
Britta van Beers is associate professor at the VU University Law school. In her teaching and research she explores the legal-philosophical aspects of biomedical technologies, including assisted reproduction.”
Date, Time & Location
16th of November
13:00 – 15:00
REC-Building room A2.12
The lecture will be followed by a Q&A
Free for ASA members!
€5 for non-members (pay with cash at the location)
If you have any questions send us an email: email@example.com.