The Founding Office for the International Nuremberg Principles Academy supports the work of the Founding Committee in establishing an institute for the implementation of the Nuremberg Principles for international criminal law.
Hans-Peter Kaul was elected as the first German Judge at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. His distinguished work regarding international criminal justice and his exceptional commitment to ending impunity of mass atrocities will be forever remembered. On Monday, 21 July, 2014, Kaul passed away following a short period of illness. With him, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy loses a great supporter.
The Founding Office of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy is pleased to announce the Nuremberg Moot Court. The Nuremberg Moot Court will be held August 1-2, 2014, in the historic Courtroom 600 in the Nuremberg Palace of Justice, the venue of the "Nuremberg Trials".
The International Nuremberg Principles Academy will establish a worldwide forum at the historical venue of the Nuremberg Trials. The International Academy will develop activities in the fields of target-group specific training, interdisciplinary research and human rights education.
With target group specific training seminars, for example for legal practicioners and journalists from countries affected by major human rights violations The International Nuremberg Principles Academy promotes the conversion of international criminal law into national law. Insights gained from the workshops and conferences influence the interdisciplinary research.