28 Sep ICLOS CONFERENCE 2018 “UNCLOS & ARTIFICIAL ISLAND BEYOND NATIONAL JURISDICTION”
ICLOS CONFERENCE 2018
- THE CONFERENCE
- SUBMISSION GUIDELINE
- IMPORTANT DATES
- BANDUNG AND INDONESIA IN BRIEF
- CONFRENCE VENUE AND GENERAL INFORMATION
- FURTHER INFORMATION
UNCLOS & ARTIFICIAL ISLAND
BEYOND NATIONAL JURISDICTION
FACULTY OF LAW UNIVERSITAS PADJADJARAN | THE INDONESIAN CENTRE FOR LAW OF THE SEA (ICLOS)
21-22 November 2018
“Bandung is a city surrounded by mountains. We have neither sea nor shores, however Indonesian contributions to the international law arrangement on sea sparks from this very city. Years ago, Mochtar Kusumaatmadja, our great teacher and the most prominent Indonesian legal scholar on the law of the Sea, struggled in the negotiation of UNCLOS 1982. Most of his works on the field were resulted from his exertion of researches and studies in Bandung.
Now, the tradition continues..”
The advancement of technology and the vital role of the blue economy have contributed to the increasing maritime activities and jurisdictional claims in many parts of the world oceans. Against the backdrop, global communities saw the increasing development of artificial islands within and beyond national jurisdictions. These artificial islands function as tools to tap economic benefits from the oceans, as well as means of jurisdictional claims. In the quest of a rule-based prevention and settlement of maritime dispute, many claimants conform to the UNCLOS rules, as the constitution of the ocean.
To address the above questions, the Indonesian Centre for Law of the Sea (ICLOS), Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran organizes a two-day international seminar, titled “UNCLOS and Question of Artificial Island Beyond National Jurisdiction.”
- Legal & technical aspects on artificial island;
- Maritime boundary delimitation;
- Law of the sea and dispute settlement;
- Marine environment in the South China Sea;
- ASEAN and the South China Sea;
- General topic on the Law of the Sea.
Prof. Etty R. Agoes (Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran)
- Keyuan Zou (University of Central Lancashire, UK);
- Alex G. Oude Elferink (NILOS, The Netherlands);
- Rob McLaughlin, Ph.D.* (ANU, Australia);
- Clive Schofield* (ANCORS, University of Wollongong);
- Gusman Siswandi, Ph.D. (Director of ICLOS); and
- I Made Andi Arsana, Ph.D. (UGM, Indonesia).
*(To be confirmed
- An abstract between 300 to 350 words, clearly summarising the arguments, should be submitted by email to Iclos@fh.unpad.ac.id
- The preferred length of full paper is 8,000 to 10,000 words, including footnotes, abstract, and keywords as described above.
- Authors’ autobiographical details should appear as the first footnote of each contribution (consist of name of the author, academic and professional qualifications, institutional affiliation, current title and position). Second and third (or more) author(s) written afterwards with the same composition.
- Full paper must be written in English, typed using Times New Roman (normal style and font size 12) and in MS-Word. Page size should be A4, single column with 2.5 cm margin on both sides with single line spacing. All pages of the manuscript (including Tables and Figures) should be numbered.
- Final Paper should be submitted before the deadline provided. Please refer to the final paper submission deadline.
- It is the responsibility of the author(s) to ensure that all references and citations are correct, and that the contribution does not contain any material that infringes copyright, or is defamatory, obscene or otherwise unlawful or litigious.
- The author warrants that he/she is the owner of all rights of copyright in the article.
Contributions MUST conform to MLA Citing and Referencing Style.
The conference is open for academician, practitioners, government officers, students and public.
Rp. 2.000.000 for presenter
Rp. 1.500.000 for non presenter
Registration fee can be transferred to:
Bank : BNI
Virtual Account Number : 9882340540301030
Account Holder : International Centre for The Law of The Sea
Swift Code : BNINIDJAPTB
Kindly send prove of your transfer and registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “registration”
from 19 October – 9 November 2018
Deadline for abstract submission : 12 October 2018
Notification of acceptance : 19 October 2018
Registration : 19 October – 9 November 2018
Full paper submission : 14 November 2018
INDONESIA IN BRIEF
The Republic of Indonesia, or familiarly known as Indonesia, is a country in Southeast Asia that is located on the equator and situated between the Asian and Australian continents and between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. As it lies between two continents and two oceans, Indonesia is also called “Nusantara” (archipelago in between). Consisting of 17,508 islands, Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world.
Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and the country with the largest Muslim population in the world, although it is officially not an Islamic state. The Indonesian government type is a republic, where the House of Representatives and the president are directly elected.
Indonesia consists of various ethnic, linguistic and religious diversities. Indonesia’s national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” (“Unity in Diversity”), means a diversity that builds the country. Besides having a large population and densely-populated regions, Indonesia possesses a natural area that supports the second highest level of biodiversity in the world.
BANDUNG IN BRIEF
Bandung is known as “The flower City”, because trees and flowers grows almost everywhere in this beautiful city. Bandung is also used to be called Parijs van Java, also because of its beauty.
Among local tourist, The city of Bandung becomes a shopping destination, with malls and factory outlets that are widely spread in this city. Currently the city of Bandung has also become a culinary tourism city. In 2007, a consortium of several international NGOs made Bandung the pilot project of the most creative city in East Asia. Currently the city of Bandung is one of the main destinations for tourism and education.
Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran
Jalan Dipati Ukur No. 35 Kota Bandung – Indonesia
ELECTRICITY AND WATER SUPPLY
The water is usually taken from natural springs or river streams, but cannot be consumed directly from the tap. For those who prefer bottled mineral water, local supermarkets and groceries usually carry a sizable selection
Electrical current in Indonesia is supplied at 220 V and 50 Hz with a two-hole socket. Some hotels supply adaptor on request.
Common use socket as follows:
The Organizing Committee will provide selected meals during the meeting. Please note that all foods served during the Seminar will not contain alcohol, pork or lard.
Indonesia’s national currency is Rupiah (Indonesian Rupiah = IDR). The exchange rate normally fluctuates between IDR 14,000 and IDR 15,000 for 1 USD. Money changers are located in the airports and several main streets in Bandung, including Jalan Dago and Cihampelas. Indonesian Banks also provides money changer service.
The national language is Bahasa Indonesia. However, English is also widely used in the tourism industry.
Bandung has a warm tropical climate with rainy and dry season. A rainy season lasts from September to February. The temperature throughout the year averages from 23 to 27 Celsius degree and the humidity averages of about 47%.
Bandung is 7 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+7:00 Standard Time). There is no time difference between Jakarta and Bandung.
Participants should be liable for personal injury/accident. It is therefore advisable for participants to make their own personal insurance.
RECOMMENDED HOTEL LIST WITH SPECIAL RATE:
- Luxton hotel;
- Patra Jasa hotel;
- Neo hotel;
- UTC (Unpad Training Centre); and
- Courtyard by Marriot.
Kindly book directly to the hotel and mention ICLOS UNPAD to get special rate.
Other hotel near the venue:
- Namin hotel;
- The Palais hotel; and
- D’best Sofie hotel.
There are many guest houses around the venue with lower cost that you may book online.
We advise you to take direct flight to Bandung for most convenient route to the venue. From Bandung airport (Husein Sastranegara airport), kindly take Official Airport Taxi in exit door. The fare is around Rp.50.000 to reach hotels around venue (Dago area).
Should you arrive in Jakarta (Soekarno Hatta airport), kindly take any shuttle bus service to Bandung available in exit door. You can take Cititrans, Lintas, Jackal Holiday, White Red (Primajasa shuttle) or Xtrans orthat will take you to their station near the venue (dago). They are available every hour from 7 am – 10 pm. There is also big bus (Primajasa) but the end station in Bandung is about 30-40 minutes from the venue. It is available to 11 pm.
From the shuttle bus station you can take offline (Gemah Ripah ph.62 22 421 70 70, Blue Bird ph.62 22 756 1234 or AA taxi ph.62 22 421 9999) or online taxi (go car or grab, pleade download the free application from google play). The fare is estimated around Rp.20.000.
You can manage your trip from hotel to the venue on walk if you stay in Neo hotel, Patra Comfort hotel or Namin hotel. If you stay in Luxton, Courtyard by Marriots or UTC we advise you to take taxi for most convenience trip. The fare is estimated Rp.15.000 – Rp.20.000. Yet you can also use public minibus (angkot) with direction to Dago with fare Rp. 3000. Please tell the driver to stop in Teuku Umar, Unpad campus is about 5-10 minutes walk at the end of Teuku Umar Street.
For local number, there are many GSM operators that can be used for your communication. Different provider offers different bonus. Nonetheless, for the best connection we suggest you to use Telkomsel provider.
For internet connection, hotels and conference venue provide free wifi. Please contact hotel administration for hotel internet facilities, and please contact the committee for free wif within the venue area.
For your convenience, you can also use GSM internet connection together with your local number. We suggest 3 for the best deal start from Rp. 10.000 for 2.75GB data, unlimited access to social apps and streaming, 3 days active period.
The nearest hospital is:
Santo Boromeus Hospital
Jl. Ir. H.Djuanda No.100
The hospital is open 24 hours with ER
The nearest public clinics:
- UPT Kesehatan Unpad
- Jalan Dipatiukur No.46 ph. (022) 2506641 open hour: 8 am – 3 pm
- Telkomedika Health Centre
- Jl. Sentot Alibasyah No.4 ph. 62 22 877 88 593
| Mentari Jastisia: Phone/WA +62 821 3006 4441
| Nabilla Utami: Phone/WA +62 821 2178 2060
Please note that all communications on organizational and protocol matters should also be directed to the aforementioned Organizing Committee.
- A. Gusman Catur Siswandi
- Davina oktivana
- Chloryne T.I.D
- Prita Amalia
- Garry Gumelar
- Mentari Jastisia
- Nabila Utami