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Seoul Academy of International Law(SAIL)

Seoul Academy of International Law(SAIL)

2020_SAIL_Brochure.pdf

The Seoul Academy of International Law (SAIL) is a training program launched by the Center for International Law (CIL) at the Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea. 

SAIL provides courses lectured by prominent scholars and practitioners in the field of international law to the participants from Asia and the Pacific region. About 40 participants in the program come from various countries in Asia and the Pacific, and range widely from government officials, including diplomats and legal practitioners, to scholars, researchers as well as graduate students.

The objective of the program is to promote greater understanding on contemporary issues in international law among those involved in international law practice.
In an effort to establish the rule of law in the region on a more solid basis, the SAIL aims, in particular:
• To enhance the participants’ understanding about international law
• To promote exchanges of views on contemporary international law
• To strengthen future cooperation and networks between the participants
• To facilitate sharing knowledge in participating countries’ foreign policies relating to current international legal issues

 

►The Official website of the SAIL : sail.or.kr


2020 SAIL was held from October 19 to October 30 in a live webinar format.

• Countries of 37 participants in 2020 SAIL include: Australia, Brunei, China, East Timor, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan, Viet Nam, and the Republic of Korea.

• Courses of 2020 SAIL include: Climate Change Law and Policy, Codification and Progressive Development of International Law, Peaceful Settlement of Disputes and the Regulation of the Use of Force in International Law, Peaceful Settlement of Territorial and Boundary Disputes, The Law of the Sea, Legitimacy of International Courts and Tribunals, The UN and International Law, and Third World Approaches to International Law.