Paul Reuter Prize - Call For Submissions
Post date: Oct 23, 2011 8:02:49 AM
The Paul Reuter Fund was set up in 1983 through a donation made to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) by the late Paul Reuter, Professor Emeritus at the University of Paris and member of the Institut de droit international. The Fund’s purpose is twofold: to encourage a work or an endeavour in the field of international humanitarian law and its dissemination; and to finance the Paul Reuter Prize. [...]
The Prize will be awarded for the tenth time in spring 2012.
Under the Regulations of the Paul Reuter Prize, any work submitted must fulfill the following conditions:
its aim must be to enhance knowledge or understanding of international humanitarian law ;
it must either be unpublished or have been published since the closing date for submissions for the most recent award of the Prize (15 September 2008) ;
it must be written in French, English or Spanish.
Applications must include:
a brief curriculum vitae ;
a list of the applicant’s publications ;
three unabridged copies of the work submitted.
Authors who meet the above requirements may send their applications no later than 30th November 2011. For more information please visit the Reuter Prize webpage
*Disclaimer - ALMA is not part of the Paul Reuter Fund and is not responsible for the accuracy of the information above which is based on the official publications of Grotius Center.