'Citizenship in International Law', 22 August-9 September 2016
Directors of Research:
H.E. Peter KOVÁCS, Judge at the International Criminal Court
Jean-Denis MOUTON, Professor at the University of Lorraine, France
The aim of the 2016 Centre 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 selection of the candidates will be carried out jointly by the Secretary General of the Academy and the two Directors of Research. The candidates will be informed about the final selection in April 2016.
The Centre for Studies and Research in International Law and International Relations takes place immediately after the end of the Summer Courses for a period of 3 weeks. The Centre is designed to bring together highly qualified young international lawyers 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. Only the best contributions are selected for this publication. Participants must therefore have a perfect command of legal French or English. The number of admissible participants is set between 20 to 24, subdivided in an English-speaking section and a French-speaking section.The selection of candidates is conducted jointly by the Secretary-General of the Academy and the two Directors of Studies.