Apply to be a Student Delegate to the 17th Assembly of State Parties in the Hague, Netherlands (Canadians Only)
Deadline: October 14, 2018
Application is now open for students to be interested in being part of PCIJ’s delegation to the 17th Assembly of State Parties to the ICC. This year, the Canadian Partnership for International Justice will fund the attendance of a delegation of students to the ASP which will take place December 5 – 12, 2018 in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Between 2016 and 2021, the Canadian Partnership for International Justice will set up and fund the attendance of a delegation of Canadian students, headed by academics and practitioners from academic institutions and NGOs, to the Assembly of States Parties to the International Criminal Court (“ASP”) which takes place in The Hague or in New York at the end of each year.
The recruited students may have:
- to report on the ASP, its side-events and on Canada’s participation as a State Partie while focussing on various themes ( sexual and gender-based crimes, complementarity, cooperation, elections, budget, etc.);
- to live tweet;
- to organize lectures at their institution;
- to write short papers and blog posts;
- to support the Partnership’s partners implementing their ASP programs;
- to connect with professionals working in international criminal law;
- to visit relevant international institutions.
- Open to Canadians only;
- Priority is given to master or higher degree;
- Link between the applicant and a team member/clinic involved in the Canadian Partnership for International Justice;
- Link between the ASP/ICC and the field of study, the professional goals and the other academic/scientific activities of the applicant;
- Time availability to prepare the mission, to attend the ASP and to report on it thereafter;
- Fluency and good writing command in English or French (bilingualism an asset);
- Priority is given to applicants who have never received funding from the Canadian Partnership for International Justice.
Your application must include your resume and relevant transcripts as well as a motivation letter explaining how your application meets the evaluation criteria. You are strongly invited to write few paragraphs of your motivation letter in French if your application is in English and vice-versa.
For more information, visit CPIJ Fund.