Entries by KNVIR

Access to the Audiovisual Library of International Law of the United Nations

This week, Mr. Huw Llewellyn, Director of the Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations invited members of the KNVIR to make use of the international law training and research materials available in the UN’s Audiovisual Library of International Law (AVL), which may be accessed here. The AVL contains more than […]

Annual General Meeting 2019

On 1 November 2019, during the Annual General Meeting, three preadviseurs – prof. Göran Sluiter, prof. Stephan Parmentier and dr. Antoine Duval presented their reports on, in summary, the progress and non-progress made in the field of international criminal law over the last 25 years, on alternatives for criminal prosecution and on the way companies have been […]

Annual General Meeting on 01-11-2019

Annual Meeting of The Royal Netherlands Society of International Law On Friday 1 November 2019 At 1:30 P.M. Room 2.02 (klein auditorium), wijnhavengebouw, Campus The Hague, Leiden University Turfmarkt 99, 2511 DP The Hague

Submissions – François Prize 2020

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 a paper or other similar writing (not being a Ph.D. thesis, a book, a published article or another publication that has been judged externally) on a subject […]

Spring Meeting 2019 on 18 April

The UN In Times of Global Challenges Insights from The Security Council Spring Meeting of The Royal Netherlands Society of International Law On Thursday 18 April 2019 At 17:30 hrs. Room 2.02 (klein auditorium), wijnhavengebouw,Campus The Hague, Leiden UniversityTurfmarkt 99, 2511 DP The Hague Speaker Ambassador Karel van OosteromPermanent Representative of The Kingdom of The Netherlands […]

Annual General Meeting 2018

A successful Annual General Meeting was held on 2 November Climate change, the subject of this year’s Annual General Meeting, drew a large crowd to the Wijnhavengebouw of Leiden University’s The Hague campus on 2 November.