Apply to Attend: Event: 13th Session of the Assembly of States Parties to the International Criminal Court Dates: December 8, 2014 – December 17, 2014 Location: United Nations Headquarters, New York City, New York Application Deadline: October 26, 2014 The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN) is seeking American students and/or young professionals to serve as delegates
The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN) is currently seeking to augment its Board of Directors by adding two At-Large members. Founded in 2000, CASIN represents students in American colleges and universities in the international policy-making community by leading delegations of students to international conventions and publishing scholarly journals under student leadership. The
Event: 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW58) Dates: March 10, 2014 – March 21, 2014 Location: United Nations Headquarters, New York City, New York Application Deadline: January 21, 2014 Would you like to observe diplomacy in action? Are you passionate about international affairs? Do you have knowledge of the United
CASIN is planning its next delegation. Which United Nations meeting would you prefer to attend if given the opportunity- the 52nd Session of the Commission for Social Development (Feb 11-21, 2014)or 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (March 10-21, 2014) Give us your input by taking this one-question survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QLPSXT8.
Summer 2013 Newsletter: Celebrating International Criminal Justice Day & Summary of the 57th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women With a video interview with AMICC, delegate summaries, and more . . . For the full newsletter: CASIN_July_2013_Newsletter_Final
From 13 November 2012 to 21 November 2012, I served as a CASIN delegate to the International Criminal Court’s (“ICC”) Eleventh Session of the Assembly of States Parties (“ASP”) in The Hague, Netherlands. This experience offered a unique look at the way in which policy and procedure underpin an international legal institution. Three observations fascinated
A delegation of five students and young professionals representing the Council of American Students in International Negotiations (“CASIN”) attended the eleventh session of the Assembly of States Parties to the International Criminal Court (“ICC”), at the World Forum in the Hague, the Netherlands, from the 14th to the 22nd of November, 2012. The session, coinciding
Serving as a CASIN delegate to the 11th Session of the International Criminal Court’s Assembly of States-Parties (ASP) in The Hague was an invaluable experience. The ASP is the annual meeting of representatives from all states that have ratified the ICC’s founding treaty, the Rome Statute and are thereby members of the Court. Also in