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6 March 2023 - 6 March 2023

9:00AM - 12:00PM

Durham Law School | Palatine Centre | PCL050

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We will explore the role of investment treaty arbitration in enforcing a global rule of law, and thereby facilitating peace and security through protection of foreign investors and investments. The topics dealt with by leaders in the field underscore the underlying policy objectives with investment treaty arbitration and the political concerns the regime was meant to redress.

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This event is held by the Durham International Dispute Resolution Institute

Investment treaty arbitration essentially was set out to achieve three main aims, i.e., (i) lead to economic development by promoting, facilitating, and protecting FDI, (ii) de-politicize investment disputes, and (iii) provide for a neutral venue for disputes between investors and sovereign States.

Topic: Arbitrating for Peace: Enforcing a Global Rule of Law

Moderator: Mr. Ylli Dautaj


  • Professor Dr. Kaj Hobér
    • Topic: “SCC and International Arbitration: An ECT Perspective”
  • Ms. Natalia Petrik
    • Topic: “Arbitrating for peace: An SCC Perspective”
  • Mr. Samuel Pape
    • Topic: "Investment arbitration, environmental protection and the rule of law"
  • Dr. Can Eken
    • Topic: “Turkey and the Energy Charter Treaty”

This event is organised by the Durham International Dispute Resolution Institute

‚ÄčContact: Can Eken





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