The ICLAW project group is based at the WZB Berlin and at the European University Institute in Florence. It cooperates with international partners in a number of initiatives:
The international workshop is co-organized by the IDC Herzliya, the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University, the European University Institute and the WZB Berlin. It explores the challenges and opportunities that emerging technologies pose to existing theories and practices of citizenship. The goal is to support front-line research on a new approach to citizenship regimes.
The three-year series of workshops is organized by the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, the Zolberg Institute for Migration and Mobility, the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity and the Research Group "The Transformative Power of Europe. It seeks to rethink the concepts of democracy and citizenship and the ethical dilemmas brought about by migration.
This cooperation between the London School of Economics and Political Science, the European University Institute and the WZB Berlin. It intends to address public law scholarship from a theoretically informed doctrinal, interdisciplinary or comparative perspective, contribute to the research of junior scholars, and create an intellectual community of European public law scholars.
The cooperation between scholars based at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, the University of Melbourne, Saint Mary's University in Halifax and the WZB Berlin will provide an in-depth analysis of the philosophical, psychological, historical, and legal perspectives on global individual responsibility with a particular focus on refugee integration.