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Title: International Law Commission
Alternative Title(s): UN International Law Commission
Available From: http://www.un.org/law/ilc/index.htm
Last Updated: 2005-06-05
Description: The International Law Commission (ILC) was founded in 1947 as a part of the United Nations to promote the development and codification of international law. The Commission has 34 members serving in their individual capacities, rather than as representatives of their countries. The ILC website lists the current and past members of the Commission and recent annual reports on work completed. Full texts of the final drafts, reports, and conventions on topics they have selected for codification, such as the law of treaties, state succession and diplomatic relations, are provided.
Coverage: 1949 to present
EISIL Categories: Home > International Organizations > United Nations > Subsidiary Bodies, Programmes, Funds & Other Entities > International Law Commission
Home > General International Law > Basic Sources
Keywords: treaties
Language(s): English
French
Site Administrator: Codification Division, Office of Legal Affairs, UN
inquiries@un.org


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