Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar is organising Academy on Advance Issues of Public International Policy between March 10, 2014 to March 15, 2014.
1. To Provide knowledge on contemporary advance issues and practices of International Law with focus on Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law and Use of Force.
2. To discuss and analyse the state practice of developed and emerging nations like USA, Brazil, India, China.
3. To acquire understanding on the above so that foreign service officers make use of relevant legal texts and apply international in their daily work most efficiently.
Monday (10 March) – Saturday (15 March)
6 Days (6 Hours Daily) followed by daily group discussions, four lectures, each of 1.5 hours.
Lectures (including video lecture), workshop, seminar and documentary. Every candidate has to undertake 250 pages of additional self study prior to commencement of course.
Written Exam and Project Report
150 USD / 10,000 INR including tuition fee, study material, exams, registration boarding and lodging.
Mode of Payment:
1. For Foreign Delegates:
A/C No. 000163121 with American Express Bank, New York of Corporation Bank, 15 Mittal Chambers, Nariman Point, Mumbai for further credit to S.B. A/C No. SB01004844, Branch Code 583, IBAN: NA and Swift Address: CORPINBB583 of Gujarat National Law University, Udyog Bhavan Branch, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
Corporation Bank, Mumbai: CORPINBB
Corporate Bank, Navrangpura: CORPINBB335
2. Demand Draft:
Fee may also be paid through demand draft in favour of “Gujarat National Law University Gandhinagar” payable at Ahmedabad.
Monday, 10 March: International Law Advanced Issues: Trade and Environment, International Law Financial Institutional Structure, Response to Needs of Developing Nations, International Criminal Justice System.
Tuesday, 11 March: State Practice of USA and EU with special focus on humanitarian law, human rights, international criminal law, terrorism, collective security and respect for rule of law.
Wednesday, 12 March: State Practice of China, India and Japan with special focus on humanitarian law, human rights, international criminal law, terrorism, collective security and respect for rule of law.
Thursday, 13 March: State Practice of Kenya, Brazil and South Africa with special focus on humanitarian law, human rights, international criminal law, terrorism, collective security and respect for rule of law.
Friday, 14 March: State Practice of Russian Federation and Commonwealth of Independent States with special focus on humanitarian law, human rights, international criminal law, terrorism, collective security and respect for rule of law.
Saturday, 15 March: Evaluation
Each candidate will be provided with reading material consisting of research papers, articles, reports and case-law abstracts.
(a) Be on probationary or active duty as an officer of Foreign Ministry of Developing Country as recognised by the OECD.
(b) Officer serving in relevant fields.
(c) Academicians/Researchers/Students in relevant area
(d) Preferably under the age of 40 years.
Will consist of well-experienced senior Foreign Service officers/diplomats/Members of International Law Commission, Sri Lanka, University of New South Wales, International Law scholars, Judges and Arbitrators.
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