As part of the Research Society of International Law’s aim to engage with international law from the perspective of the Global South, we held a symposium on Third World Approaches to International Law with scholars from around the world. We discussed the War on Terror and otherisation within the law of armed conflict, we reexamined our assumptions about the natural world and international law’s role in creating climate apartheid, we explored the unable and unwilling doctrine and its use against post-colonial states, we examined North-South disparities in the development of international environmental law, and finally we looked at how the legitimacy crisis at the international criminal court. We hope you enjoy watching the conversations as much as we enjoyed having them!