The main purpose of the Institute is to contribute towards a better knowledge of international law as a means of strengthening international peace and security and promoting friendly relations and cooperation among States.
The Institute is set up to contribute to strengthening the rule of law both domestically and internationally within the African continent, by ensuring an effective national implementation of international standards in the field of human rights, good governance, independence of the judiciary, accountability and fight against corruption.
Referring to the important role that the African Institute of International Law plays in improving expertise, rule of law outcomes and inter-state cooperation, the Rector’s message sets out his vision for the Institute’s future.
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Capacity-building for a network of associated faculties of law in selected African universities by enabling them to strengthen their research facilities and teaching capabilities in the field of international law.