Any Indian citizen residing in India can compete for this 1st CILRAP Scholarship for International Law:b India.
CILRAP is offering this Scholarship together with the Indian Society of International Law, Jindal Global University Law School, and Delhi University Campus Law Centre.
The Scholarship is facilitated by a financial contribution to CILRAP by the Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz, Professor Donald M. Ferencz, and their Planethood Foundation.
There are no age or occupational limitations to participation.
What can India and Indian actors do to strengthen the system of collective security based on the United Nations Charter, including by deterring the illegal use of armed force in violation of the Charter?
The winner will be awarded a Scholarship of USD 10,000; number two, USD 2,000, and number three, USD 1,000.
15th October, 2016
Papers must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th October, 2016
Between 9,000 and 10,000 words (or between 60,000 and 70,000 keystrokes, footnotes, empty spaces and a short author-biography included).
CILRAP reserves the right to publish the winning papers.
Queries may be addressed to email@example.com