Salar Abbasi on “Democracy in International Law”

Room 3067, Ignat Kaneff Building, Osgoode Hall Law School

Democracy in International Law

Salar Abbasi is a third-year PhD candidate in international law at the Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon. He is the recipient of a competitive scholarship from the Ministry of Science and Education of -Portugal (FCT) for his PhD project. He holds B.A. in Islamic Law Jurisprudence (2007-10) and M.A. in Criminal Law and Criminology (2011-13) from distinguished universities in Iran. The main objective of his PhD thesis is to establish a substantive concept of democracy for international law-making on the basis of the idea of Inter-Cultural Global Democratic Unification put forward by Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī known as Rūmi (1207-1273).


Democracy in International Law


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