The Academy has the privilege of being located in close proximity to the International Court of Justice and other international tribunals, the Permanent Court of Arbitration and the Hague Conference on Private International Law. The members of these different institutions traditionally enrich the programmes of the Academy by giving lectures and by receiving and exchanging views with students.
Association of Attendees and Alumni
The Association of Attendees and Alumni of The Hague Academy of International Law (AAA) was founded on July 26th, 1923. It aims at maintaining intellectual and friendly relations between the attendees and alumni of the Academy and to develop their international spirit. During the summer session the AAA organizes a variety of touristic excursions, visits to the different international organizations and tribunals in The Hague as well as social events for the attendees. Within the framework of the AAA students and others can form national, regional and professional groups with the aim of maintaining and furthering the relations created at the Academy. Facebook page: www.facebook.com/hagueacademyassociation
The Carnegie Foundation is the managing authority of the Peace Palace and as such it hosts several international legal institutions, among which the Academy. Its Governing Board also constitutes the Administrative Council of the Academy and is tasked with financial and logisital matters.
Peace Palace Library
The Library of the Peace Palace houses one of the world's largest collections in the field of international law. The Grotius Collection constitutes one of its most famous assets. All participants to the Academy's activities automatically benefit of its services.
City of The Hague
The City of Peace and Justice contributes to make Academy attendees' stay an enriching intellectual, cultural and touristic experience.
Brill distributes the Collected Courses and other publications of the Academy, which can be ordered directly through their website.
The Hague Academy of International Law is a member of The Hague Academic Coalition (HAC), which promotes joint research, education and public debate on peace, justice and security. The HAC brings together The Hague-based research institutes active in the fields of international relations, international law and development cooperation.