session 7-B3.8

Title

Joint IAF-IISL Session on the Legal Framework for Collaborative Space Activities

Description

This session hosts papers on topics related to the legal framework governing collaborative space programmes, in particular governmental Exploration programmes and their preparations. For the IAC 2015, the session will put special emphasis on highlighting the impact of ITAR and similar export control regimes on the development and operation phases of collaborative international space programmes, including lessons learned.

Date

2015-10-16

Time

13:30

Room

Ballroom A (Crowne Plaza Hotel, -1 floor)

IPC members
papers

Order

Time

Paper title

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

Identifying Common Legal Issues in International Cooperative Mechanisms

20'

confirmed

Prof. Setsuko Aoki

Keio University

Japan

2

Sustainability of Cooperation in Outer Space Activities through Enduring Legal Framework

20'

withdrawn

Mr. V. Gopala Krishnan

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

India

3

“International Cooperation Mechanisms Used by the United States in the Peaceful Exploration and Use of Outer Space”

20'

confirmed

Ms. Sumara Thompson-King

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

United States

4

china’s export control rules as applied to cooperative space activities

20'

confirmed

Dr. Eytan Tepper

China University of Political Science and Law

China

5

Impact of International Code of Conduct for Outer Space Activities and EU contribution to collaborative projects - Devising a new approach for space law in Europe

20'

confirmed

Ms. Anita Rinner

Karl Franzens Universität Graz

Austria

6

Global space governance for ensuring responsible use of outer space, its sustainability and environmental security: legal perspective

20'

confirmed

Ms. Olga S. Stelmakh

Parliament of Ukraine / DRSH Group Int.

Ukraine

7

legal aspects of commercial space activities provided by aerospace launch systems in multijurisdictional context

20'

withdrawn

8

The Development of Space Technology and International Cooperation in relation to the Exploration of the Moon. Case Study: Argentina and China

20'

withdrawn

Dr. Luis Fernando Castillo Argañarás

National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) of Argentina and Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE)

Argentina

9

Use of Multilateral Agreement to Develop Space Resource Rights Regime

20'

withdrawn

Mr. Sagi Kfir

Deep Space Industries Inc.

United States

10

International Mechanisms for Cooperation in the Peaceful Exploration and Use of Outer Space

20'

withdrawn

Ms. Amber Charlesworth

U.S. Department of State

United States