Presentation on theme: "International aviation soft-law scheme as a governance example for emerging space transportation Jimena Blumenkron, LL.M., LL.B."— Presentation transcript:
International aviation soft-law scheme as a governance example for emerging space transportation Jimena Blumenkron, LL.M., LL.B.
Spacetime – let’s be present Learning from experience – let’s revisit our past The next giant leap for humankind – let’s visualize our future Agenda
Spacetime – let’s be present Political Economic Cultural Social Environment
Movement towards political integration of transnational actors aimed at addressing global issues International organizations are evolving into supranational units of government These international organizations respond to a need to formulate, develop, implement and keep current a “regulatory system” Global governance
Learning from experience Let’s revisit our past 21 November 1783 - First flight in a hot air balloon designed by the Montgolfier brothers 17 December 1903 - The Wright brothers were the first to fly in a powered and controlled aircraft 1910s - rigid airships were the first aircraft to transport passengers and cargo 1 January 1914 - First commercial airline flight 2014 - 100 years of commercial aviation
52 States 1944 191 States 2014 Convention on International Civil Aviation 7 December 1944, in Chicago Learning from experience Let’s revisit our past Convention Relating to the Regulation of Aerial Navigation 13 October 1919, in Paris 26 States 1919
Principles and arrangements Air Navigation Air Transport International Civil Aviation Organization Final provisions Learning from experience Let’s revisit our past
ICAO’s Overview ICAO Assembly ICAO Council Air Navigation Commission ICAO Member States (191) SECRETARIAT Legal Affairs and External Relations Air Transport Air Navigation Safety Air Navigation Monitoring Technical Co-operation Administration and Services
Making an ICAO Standard Origin of Proposal Development Phase Review Phase Adoption/ Publication Phase Adoption/ Publication Phase
Standards and Recommended Practices SARPS Any specification for physical characteristics, configuration, material, performance, personnel or procedure, the uniform application of which is recognized as necessary/desirable for the safety or regularity of international air navigation.
The next giant leap for humankind L et’s visualize our future Emerging industry Civil space transportation Add-on to global integration
The next giant leap for humankind L et’s visualize our future All ships are modes of transportation Let’s learn from the lessons of the past