International Humanitarian Law and Child Rights Competition, 2019 organized by NALSAR University of Law and UNICEF

by | Feb 15, 2019

The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the first international convention on child rights was signed in 1989 and has led to great progress in safeguarding human rights of the children. It has resulted in major changes in laws to ensure better protection for children and has even altered the manner in which international organizations see their work for children. The convention has also resulted in better protection of children in situations of armed conflict. To mark the 30th year of CRC, the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research’s (NALSAR) Centre for Child and Youth Justice, in collaboration with UNCIEF, is organising this competition to encourage students to deliberate on the intersection of International Humanitarian Law and Child Rights.

Students of any University offering any legal undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate Degree Course are eligible to participate in this competition. A Team may consist of members from more than one Institution. There is no cap on the number of teams that can participate from one Institution.

Each team shall comprise of a minimum of two members and a maximum of three members. In any given round only two members will act as oralists while the third member acts as an observer. Substitutions amongst Team Members is allowed after the end of each oral round.


Submission of Assessment Round Applications: March 8, 2019 11:59 PM

Declaration of Selected Teams and Waitlisted Teams for the Oral Rounds and Release of the Competition Problem: March 10, 2019

Final date of Registration for Oral Rounds: March 17, 2019

Oral Rounds: April 13 & 14, 2019

Important links:

All the details are here.

Assessment Questions are here.

Competition Rules are here.


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  1. Abdimalik

    It’s a good concept to promote children’s right and to give children with their basic rights such as education and to prevent the illegal act and protect against the children many children’s related violence and abuses that effect children’s right
    Abdimalik from Somalia – mogadisho

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