ANU Law and Philosophy Forum: Deliberative peace referendums

Date & time

4.30–5.30pm Wednesday 30 June 2021


ANU College of Law Moot Court, Building 6, Fellows Road, Acton, ACT 2601

or online via Zoom


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ANU Law and Philosophy Forum: Deliberative Peace Referendums

The ANU Law and Philosophy Forum is delighted to announce its fifth meeting in 2021: a seminar with Dr Ron Levy and Dr Ian O’Flynn, on ‘Deliberative Peace Referendums’. All are welcome to attend.

Dr Ron Levy is Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law, and specialises in constitutional law and theory. Dr Ian O’Flynn is Senior Lecture in Political Theory at Newcastle University, UK. With Professor Hoi Kong (University of British Columbia), they are co-authors of Deliberative Peace Referendums (OUP, 2021), which explores the role referendums can play in managing and settling conflicts. Dr Levy and Dr O’Flynn will talk to the ANU Law and Philosophy Forum about the theoretical foundations and normative value of deliberative peace referendums, in a range of conflict situations.

Note: This is a hybrid event at the ANU College of Law Moot Court and online via Zoom.

The ANU Law and Philosophy Forum is an interdisciplinary group focused on issues spanning law and philosophy.

Its core purpose is to promote research, discussion, and exchanges on various topics in law and philosophy, covering aspects of both private law and public law, and issues within both legal and political philosophy.

The Forum hosts guest speakers, holds workshops, and discusses recent scholarship of note in the field. Meetings are open to faculty members and research students from ANU College of Law and the School of Philosophy, and friends and colleagues of both.



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