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International Law Association

The International Law Association has around 50 branches worldwide and a growing membership of academics and practising professionals with an interest in international law. The main objectives of the Association are the study, clarification and development of both public and private international law. It is in the work of the various International Committees that these aims are pursued and biennial conferences provide a forum for comprehensive discussion and endorsement for the work of these committees.  Website: www.ila-hq.org/
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Report of the Committee on Refugee Procedures of the International Law Association (Delhi Conference, 2002). Final Report and Draft Guidelines on Temporary Protection

2002 | Publisher: International Law Association | Document type: Legal Articles/Analyses/Commentaries

Report of the Committee on Internally Displaced Persons of the International Law Association (London Conference, 2000). Report, Draft Declaration and Commentary

March 2000 | Publisher: International Law Association | Document type: Legal Articles/Analyses/Commentaries

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