International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL)
Institut international de droit humanitaire (IIDH)
Istituto Internazionale di Diritto Umanitario (IIDU)
1970-09-26 San Remo Italy
26 Sep 1970, San Remo (Italy), at a meeting of 150 lawyers, academics and other experts. Registered in accordance with Italian law. Statutes last amended by General Assembly, Sep 2009.
Disseminate, reaffirm and develop humanitarian law at the national and international level, encouraging and developing all initiatives for its effective implementation; provide armed forces of all countries with knowledge of humanitarian principles contained in existing instruments of international law, such as The Hague and Geneva conventions; promote and disseminate knowledge of existing norms in the field of refugee protection, human rights and migration law, and improve and harmonize their practical application at national and international levels.
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