LE DIPLÔME DE LA FONDATION RENÉ CASSIN
Each year, during the summer session, the René Cassin Foundation – International Institute of Human Rights organizes three tests for the Diploma in International and Comparative Human Rights Law.
Created in 1971, this diploma of excellence has been awarded to 214 candidates representing 67 countries. → see the list of graduates from 1971 to 2000
The René Cassin Foundation Diploma is open to participants in the annual teaching session who already have a thorough knowledge of international and comparative human rights law (post-graduate, L.L.M. or Master level).
It is completely separate from the summer session certificate of achievement and has specific terms and conditions and registration fees.
DÉROULÉ DU DIPLÔME
The diploma tests can be taken in French or in English and take place over several days. They are organized as follows:
- A 5-hour written exam on an essay topic of your choice. The candidate may deal with a topic related to the specific subject of the session or with a general topic related to international and comparative human rights law
- A practical case presented during a one-hour oral on a subject chosen at random by the candidate. The latter has 24 hours to prepare it.
- A 30-minute oral for which the candidate has two hours of preparation time.