Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL)
Institut international de sociologie juridique d'Oñati
Instituto Internacional de Sociologia Juridica de Oñati (IISJ)
Oñatiko Lege-Soziologiako Nazioarteko Erakundea (OLSNE)
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Set up 1989, by the Basque Government and the Research Committee on Sociology of Law (RCSL) of the International Sociological Association (ISA). Also referred to as International Institute for the Sociology of Law.
Discuss, analyse and compare research in sociology of law.
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Youth Violence
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on International Law, the United Nations Declarations of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Data Sovereignty
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Social Control, Judicialization of Social Problems and Governance of Security in Comparative Perspectives
2019 Oñati, Spain – Too Much Litigation Workshop
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Contesting Austerity
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Minority Families and the Law
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Vindicatory Justice
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Climate Justice in the Anthropocene
2019 Oñati, Spain – Workshop on Art in Prisons
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