As outlined in the ESIL Statement of Principles on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion, ESIL continues to intensify its efforts to encourage the progression of early career international legal scholars, in a spirit of diversity, equality and inclusion. Notably, ESIL has recently appointed the ESIL Diversity Advisory Body, which includes early-career scholars, to advise the Board and provide a focal point for all Members in relation to these crucial issues. You can read the ESIL Statement here. After a call for interested candidates, which received a range of excellent applications from across the Society, the Board is delighted to announce that the Advisory Body will be composed of the following Members:

Machiko Kanetake
Bálint Kovács
Gail Lythgoe
Yusra Suedi