Win up to $1,000 Cash Prize for African Academics in the ICRC International Humanitarian Law Prize 2020

Submit your scholarly work for the 2020 ICRC International Humanitarian Law prize for a chance to win the academic prize for best published work on International Humanitarian Law in Africa.

In addition to granting a prize, the ICRC will recognize and promote the work of the winner. 

Application Deadline: December 31, 2020. 

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Benefits

The ICRC will award a 1,000 US dollars prize to the best published work.

Eligibility

To compete in the prize, Authors may submit work that has been published between 1 September 2019 and 31 December 2020. 

The published work must be an article in a peer reviewed journal, a book chapter or a book, in the field of International Humanitarian Law. 

This includes works accepted for publication and in final proof by December 2020. 

Submissions should be made via email to nai_com@icrc.org.

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Application Instructions

To compete in the prize, Authors may submit work that has been published between 1 September 2019 and 31 December 2020. 

The published work must be an article in a peer reviewed journal, a book chapter or a book, in the field of International Humanitarian Law. 

This includes works accepted for publication and in final proof by December 2020. 

Submissions should be made via email to nai_com@icrc.org.

About the ICRC International Humanitarian Law prize

The International Humanitarian Law prize for African academics was organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to reward outstanding published work on International Humanitarian Law in the continent.

In its bid to promote the understanding and dissemination of knowledge of International Humanitarian Law and to prepare any development thereof, the ICRC works with academic communities to raise awareness and to encourage research and scholarship on this body of international law.

The ICRC helps those affected by armed conflict and promotes compliance with international humanitarian law.

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Key Dates and Order of Program

All submissions must be made by the deadline of 31st December 2020.

Submitted works will be evaluated by a panel of IHL 

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