Last week, the 2015 Centre for Studies and Research in International Law and International Relations has started for a period of three weeks. The Centre is designed to bring together young international lawyers of a high standard from all over the world, to undertake original research on a common general theme which is determined each year by Curatorium of the Academy. The research undertaken during the Centre is included in a collective work published by the Academy.
Theme this year: Access to Individuals to International Justice. The aim is to cover both theoretical and practical aspects, with regard to a variety of situations and contexts. Considering that the contributions are to be published later on in the form of a Centre book, the candidates are expected to be able to write fluently in either English or French.
The Peace Palace Library has prepared a selective bibliography on this topic. For the online version, please click here.