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Daniel Peat to speak at Inaugural NATO Mission Appeals Tribunal Conference

On 8 March, Daniel Peat will speak at the 1st Annual Conference of the newly-established NATO Mission Appeals Tribunal (MAT), to be held in Naples.

The MAT, which was created in 2022, is an independent judicial body established in order to adjudicate appeals lodged by civilians hired in NATO missions against an administrative review decision of the Mission Commander.

The first MAT conference addresses general issues of International Administrative Law, such as the notion of administrative decision, the role and relevance of administrative tribunals and their case law, as well as specific issues related to the functions and working methods of the MAT. Speakers include (former) judges of the MAT, the UN Dispute and Appeals Tribunals, and the European Court of Human Rights. The programme is available here.

Daniel has been invited to speak on the application of human rights as a source of international administrative law. His presentation builds on research for a monograph of which he is co-author, The Law and Practice of International Administrative Tribunals (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

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