CASIN is is an educational non-profit, non-governmental 501(c)(3) based in New York City

Today, the organization’s mission is to address the knowledge gap of the next generation leaders by providing opportunities for students and young professionals to observe and participate in the international policy-making process, particularly in relation to international law.

PUBLICATIONS

CASIN’s two peer-reviewed journals, Eyes on the ICC and the Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law, feature original articles by emerging and established scholars. READ CASIN’S JOURNAL

UN DELEGATION AND OUTREACH

CASIN supports the United Nations agenda, and especially the Economic and Social Council agenda, via student delegate trainings on the significance of these multilateral institutions and their substantive work in promoting human rights, global security, and peace.

Become a Board Member

The Board of Directors is CASIN’s governing body. Members have a strong history of involvement and are dedicated to the organization’s mission.

Donate to CASIN

As a volunteer-based organization, CASIN depends on the (tax-deductible) donations from generous members and sponsors to support its work. All contributions go directly to programs.

Join the Advisory Board

An Advisory Board of leading academics and practitioners bring unique knowledge and skills that complement the mission of CASIN, and provide consultation and support to the Board of Directors.

Serve as a Delegate

CASIN sponsors delegations to the UN for students and young professionals interested in learning more about the role of U.S. diplomacy in international policy-making via multilateral institutions.

Become a Member

Membership is free and provides you with exclusive CASIN updates from the fields of international law and human rights, notifications of upcoming CASIN-sponsored opportunities, and access to resources.

Read CASIN's Journals

CASIN’s two peer-reviewed journals, Eyes on the ICC and the Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law, feature original articles by emerging and established scholars.