Full Grant for The Hague Academy of International Law – Winter 2021 Short Courses
Lutfia Rabbani Foundation

Full Grant for The Hague Academy of International Law – Winter 2021 Short Courses

Worldwide 04 Dec 2020

ABOUT THE INSTITUTION

At the Lutfia Rabbani Foundation they are convinced that dialogue is essential for people to be able to unlock their collective wisdom, passion and creativity. Politically, economically, and socially,
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OPPORTUNITY DETAILS

Nonprofit organization
Area
Host Country
Deadline
04 Dec 2020
Study level
Opportunity type
Specialities
Law
Eligible Countries
Eligible Region
All Regions

The Lutfia Rabbani Foundation is offering to sponsor the registration fees for 10 eligible candidates in International Law at The Hague Academy of International Law, a global leader in its field. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the winter 2021 courses will be held exclusively online. Given this year’s online course structure, this grant will cover all costs related to the Winter 2021 short courses to be held between January 11 – January 29, 2021. 

Eligibility Requirements:

Candidates must be graduated law students from the Arab World with a Masters or Ph.D degree in law. Law students from the following countries are welcome to register: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, UAE, Yemen, or Sudan.

As the courses will be offered via Zoom, a good internet connection is essential to follow the online Winter Courses.

Terms and Conditions:

Once the grant is awarded, the terms and conditions form will be sent to you for signature which includes a requirement to submit a one-page report to the Foundation within a month of completion of the Winter 2021 courses.

About Lutfia Rabbani Foundation:

At the Lutfia Rabbani Foundation, they are convinced that dialogue is essential for people to be able to unlock their collective wisdom, passion, and creativity. Politically, economically, and socially, the fate of people across Europe and the Arab region is intertwined. Both regions are facing challenges and opportunities as a result of the same root causes. It is their sincere belief that through facilitated dialogue, people can make full use of the potential of their diversity and will be able to find common ground: common solutions and common opportunities.

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