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Our Mission:

Our mission is to foster a comprehensive understanding of international law while giving voice to underrepresented perspectives, particularly those from the third world. We are dedicated to promoting rigorous academic research and vibrant discussions and debates in the field of international law. We actively undertake and support a range of research projects that examine international law issues through the lens of third-world countries and regions. These projects address pressing concerns, such as human rights, economic development, environmental protection, and more.

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Hour of Crises

 We also host an engaging and interactive event known as the "Hour of Crises." This event provides participants with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the complex world of international crisis management by simulating major international crises and the multifaceted legal and political dilemmas they entail.

Hour of Crises event
Year in Review


Year in Review

As part of our commitment to keeping our audience informed and engaged in the world of international law, we also publish an annual newsletter. This publication offers a comprehensive overview of the most important and significant developments in international law that have shaped the past year. We invite readers to explore our annual compilation and gain a deeper understanding of the evolving landscape of international legal affairs.


International Law Lectures

Our lecture series features distinguished personalities who are recognized leaders and experts in the field of international law. Each lecture focuses on a specific and in-depth topic within international law. These topics are carefully selected to address current legal issues, emerging trends, or critical challenges in the field. Lectures are followed by interactive sessions that encourage audience participation. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions, engage in discussions, and seek clarification on the presented topics.

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