The Academy is recognized by the Dutch Tax Administration as a Public Benefit Organsation (PBO or Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling – ANBI – in Dutch).
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The mission of The Hague Academy of International Law is laid down as follows in Article 2 of its Statutes : The Foundation constitutes a centre for the advanced study of and research on international public and private law and related sciences, with the aim of promoting in-depth scientific research on issues relating to international legal relationships by conducting educational and research activities and any other activity that could contribute towards achieving this objective. Through this aim, the organisation seeks to serve the public interest.
The Hague Academy of International Law has a non-profit goal, as evidenced in Article 1§4 of its Statutes and by its activities carried out in practice. It does not seek to make a profit for the sake of the profit itself. Profits made within the framework of its activities are in fact entirely devoted to the fulfillment of its mission.
The Hague Academy of International Law carries out the following activities: the organisation of courses and research activities in the field of international law and the publication of manuscripts dealing with issues of international law. It thus contributes to the achievement of the objective set out in Article 2 of its Statutes.
The Hague Academy of International Law raises funds to fulfill its mission in the following ways:
- course registration fees;
- the sale of publications;
- grants and scholarships from third parties, donations, legacies and other gifts;
- proceeds from the Academy’s capital.
The revenues are used to cover the organisational expenses of the foundation’s loss-making activities. The foundation retains no more assets than is reasonably necessary to ensure the continuity of its planned activities with the aim of fulfilling its mission. The foundation uses the revenues earned in accordance with its mission, to primarily carry out the following activities: