Entries by KNVIR

SANCTIONS AS THE GO-TO-TOOL

SPRING MEETINGOF THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW SANCTIONS AS THE GO-TO-TOOL:DO THEY WORK AND WHAT ROLE FOR INTERNATIONAL LAW? 24 MAY 2022 16.00 – 18.00IN THE HUMANITY HUB, THE HAGUE, AND ONLINE Already before the Russian aggression against Ukraine the stalemate in the UN Security Council increasingly led to a wave of unilateral […]

Statement Executive Board on the Situation in Ukraine

Like so many around the world, the Executive Board of the Royal Netherlands Society of International Law is shocked about the situation currently unfolding in Ukraine. The purpose of our Society is, among other things, to promote public international law. Promotion includes an explicit condemnation of the blatant violations of the international legal order that […]

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Annual General Meeting 2021

On 5 November 2021, the Society held its Annual General Meeting which explored the theme ‘Global Health Law Disrupted: COVID-19 and the Climate Change Crisis’. A video recording of the speakers’ presentations and the discussion of the Collected Papers can be viewed here.

François Prize 2022 Invitation

The Board of the ROYAL NETHERLANDS SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW INVITES those who are students at, or have obtained a Master’s degree from, a Dutch university, to submit their Master’s thesis on a subject of public international law or private international law to compete for the FRANÇOIS PRIZE 2022 provided that on 31 December 2021 […]

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KNVIR Annual Meeting 2021 Announcement

GLOBAL HEALTH LAW DISRUPTED: COVID-19 AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS ANNUAL MEETING OF THEROYAL NETHERLANDS SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAWON FRIDAY 5 NOVEMBER 2021 AT 13:30 HRS CET VENUE: THE HAGUE HUMANITY HUBFLUWELEN BURGWAL 58, 2511 CJ THE HAGUE(AND ACCESSIBLE ONLINE VIA ZOOM) The COVID-19 pandemic painfully demonstrated that protecting health is of the utmost importance to […]

Spring Meeting 2021

INTERNATIONAAL PRIVAATRECHTELIJKE GEVOLGEN VAN DE BREXIT The Society devoted its Spring Meeting of 3 June 2021, which was held online and in the Dutch language, to the theme: ‘Internationaal privaatrechtelijke gevolgen van de Brexit’ (Private international law consequences of the Brexit). The recording of the meeting, which was hosted by The Hague Humanity Hub and co-organised […]

internationaal privaatrechtelijke gevolgen van de Brexit

INTERNATIONAAL PRIVAATRECHTELIJKE GEVOLGEN VAN DE BREXIT VOORJAARSVERGADERING van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal Rechtin samenwerking met het Internationaal Juridisch Instituut en het tijdschrift Nederlands Internationaal PrivaatrechtOnline gehouden op3 juni 2021 16.00 – 18.00  Graag nodigen het Internationaal Juridisch Instituut (IJI), het tijdschrift Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht (NIPR) en de Koninklijke Nederlandse Vereniging voor Internationaal Recht (KNVIR) u […]

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Annual General Meeting 2020

The Society devoted its Annual General Meeting of November 6, which was held online, to the theme: ‘International Law for a Digitalised World’.  The recording of the discussion of the Collected Papers can be viewed here. (Please note that the video starts rather abruptly, while for technical reasons the parts on the voting on the propositions […]

Report of the Jury – François Prize 2020

On 6 November 2020, the KNVIR awarded the biennial Francois Prize. The report of the jury reads as follows: It is my great pleasure and honour to present the jury report of the 2020 François Prize of the Royal Netherlands Society of International Law.  The François Prize was created to promote the study of public […]