Non-governmental not-for-profit international organization established in Antwerp in 1897, the object of which is to contribute by all appropriate means and activities to the unification of maritime law in all its aspects.
Council is an essential EU decision-maker, EU's laws are made by the Council, together with the European Parliament: adopts legislative acts (Regulations, Directives, etc.), EU budget, develops common EU foreign and security policy, concludes international agreements on behalf of the Union.
Monitors implementation of the Energy Charter Treaty and Protocol's obligations; organises meetings of the Conference and its subsidiary bodies; provides analytical support and advice to the Conference and its subsidiary bodies; represents the Energy Charter Conference in the development of its relations with non-member states and other relevant international organizations and institutions
EU executive body responsible for drafting proposals for new European laws, implementing decisions of Parliament and the Council, representing EU on international stage
(formerly 'Commission of the European Communities')
One of the EU’s main law-making institutions, along with the Council. Directly elected by EU voters every 5 years, members of the EP, together with the Council, debate and adopt European laws, ensure other EU institutions are working democratically, debate and adopt the EU's budget
European Commission for Democracy through Law, better known as the Venice Commission, is the Council of Europe's advisory body on constitutional matters. Established in 1990, the Commission has played a leading role in the adoption of constitutions that conform to the standards of Europe's constitutional heritage, plays a unique and unrivalled role in crisis management and conflict prevention through constitution building and advice
Regional economic organization (formerly West African Monetary Union) founded in 1994 to promote regional monetary and economic convergence and improve regional trade by facilitating labour and capital movements between states
Seeks to contribute to academic activities in international law and to practitioners and policy makers in international law. It is a knowledge platform that includes and tries to bridge scholarship, publication, training and other forms of knowledge-transfer, and the development of knowledge tools.
Conducts expert seminars and meetings on carefully selected topics in international criminal law, international humanitarian law, transitional justice and international law more widely. The seminars take place in different locations around the world, also in materially less resourceful countries. The FICHL promotes communitarian scholarship around the ideas and concepts it opens up for research and discussion.
Independent, non-political, non-profit educational institute. Leading provider of training and technical assistance in international law, international economics and other aspects of international relations. Conduct training both in the U.S. and abroad. Provides technical expertise to developing nations in the drafting of laws and the designing of their economic and government policies.
Groningen Internet Law Library is an internet law library for the academic legal domain, primarily focused on Dutch law and secondarily on European and international law: various legal topics, links to national legislations, case law, organizations, wordlwide governments
Comprehensive collection of int'l instruments relating to refugees and human rights, contains national and international legislation relevant in assessing asylum claims and is the largest collection of its kind, as well as many special agreements, such as memoranda of understanding, host-country agreements and voluntary repatriation agreements. Jurisprudence collection covering more than 40 national jurisdictions, and a vast amount of international judgments and decisions from the UN, the ECHR and other international and regional courts