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The United Nations International Law Fellowship Program is performed under the United Nations Program of Support in the Mentor, Research Study, Dissemination and Wider Gratitude of International Law, developed by General Assembly resolution 2099 (XX) of 20 December 1965 and most just recently mandated by General Assembly resolution 73/201 of 20 December2018
The United Nations International Law Fellowship Program is arranged by the Codification Department of the United Nations Workplace of Legal Affairs.
The Fellowship Program offers top quality training by.
popular worldwide law scholars and specialists on a broad variety.
of core subjects of worldwide law. In addition, the interactive nature.
of the training permits the individuals to share experiences and.
exchange concepts, which promotes higher understanding and cooperation on.
modern concerns of worldwide law.
The Fellowship Program is meant to make it possible for.
certified specialists, in specific federal government authorities and.
instructors of worldwide law from establishing nations and nations.
with emerging economies, to deepen their understanding of worldwide law.
and of the legal work of the United Nations.
The Fellowship Program accommodates as much as 21 individuals.
The Fellowship Program includes a yearly six-week summertime.
course at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the Netherlands. The.
individuals participate in lectures and workshops in worldwide law.
arranged by the Codification Department in addition to the general public.
worldwide law session at The Hague Academy of International Law.
The lectures and workshops arranged by the.
Codification Department are provided by popular worldwide law scholars.
and specialists from various areas and legal systems.
The Fellowship Program is performed in English or French. The 2019 Program will be performed in English.
2019 Fellowship Program
The 2019 Fellowship Program will be held at.
the Peace Palace in The Hague, the Netherlands, from 1 July to 9.
August2019 It will be performed in English
The subjects that will be covered in the workshops and lectures arranged by the Codification Department might consist of:
- Worldwide law
- Treaty law
- State duty
- Worldwide peace and security
- Tranquil settlement of worldwide conflicts
- Diplomatic and consular law
- Worldwide companies
- United Nations organizations and law making
- The work of the International Law Commission
- Worldwide human rights law
- Worldwide humanitarian law
- Worldwide criminal law
- Worldwide ecological law
- Law of the sea
- Worldwide trade law
- Worldwide financial investment law
- Legal research study
- Legal preparing
The fellowships cover the fellowship recipient’s.
travel expenses in economy class, lodging, medical insurance coverage,.
involvement in the Fellowship Program, the training product and.
the registration cost for The Hague Academy of International Law. In.
accordance with the policies and treatments governing the.
administration of United Nations fellowships, individuals will likewise.
get a stipend to cover other living expenditures.
Certified prospects might likewise get self-funded positions. Self-funded individuals bear all expenses related to their involvement (travel, lodging, living expenditures and registration cost for The Hague Academy of International Law). Training products are offered to all self-funded individuals totally free of charge.
To get approved for the Fellowship Program, prospects need to have a.
legal background with expert experience in the field of.
worldwide law. The chosen individuals are needed to send a.
medical certificate of health and to license that they have the ability to.
participate in the whole of the course on a full-time basis.
The 2019 Fellowship Program will be performed in English. Fluency in spoken and composed English is needed.
Total the application in English, typewritten. Responses.
need to be clear and as detailed as possible. If you require additional area,.
you might connect extra pages. Insufficient applications will not be.
The “Letter of Transmission” need to be finished and.
signed by a senior authorities of the organization that exists the.
A prospect whose native tongue or language of guideline is not.
English should send proof of his/her capability to participate in and.
take part in lectures and workshops performed in English (e.g.,.
diploma naturally performed in English, language test certificate,.
comprehensive work experience in English).
The application need to be sent out by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
2 variations of the application need to be sent:
( 1) One scanned copy f the signed orginal (for instance in PDF or JPG)
( 2) One electronic MS Word variation (or comparable) of the application
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