ICRC 33rd Jean Pictet Competition 22- 29 Feb 2020 at Denpasar, Indonesia [Apply by 8 Nov]

About Competition
The 33rd edition of the Jean-Pictet Competition will take place from 22 to 29 February 2020 in Denpasar (Indonesia). This edition, open to both Francophone and Anglophone teams, will be followed by an exclusively Anglophone edition from 7 to 14 March 2020 and taking place in the same location.

A team consists of three students representing a university or a comparable institution (e.g. a military school). Conditions for application require the three participants, at the time the application is submitted, to: 
  • a. Be all registered as students in the represented institution; 
  • b. Be enrolled in, or have already completed, a Bachelor Degree or its equivalent; 
  • c. Be below 30 years of age; 
  • d. Have a good knowledge of public international law; 
  • e. Have never before participated in the Competition

Application process 

  • In order to apply, each applicant team must use the electronic form available on http://concourspictet.org/candien/candien.php 
  • The application must be lodged between 20 October 2019 and 8 November 2019, 17:00 UTC. 
  • The file includes a certificate signed by a representative of the institution (i.e. dean or program director) authorising the members of the team to participate in the Competition, and a certificate signed by each member of the team. 
  • Each institution can submit only one application. 

The deadline for applications is 8 November 2019.

Payment of registration fees 
The registration fees are 1250 € (euros) per team. The entire fee is due upon notification that the team has been selected, and should be received in euros by the CCJP no later than 31 December 2019. 

• Account holder: Comité pour le Concours Jean-Pictet (CCJP) 
• Name of the Bank: Groupe Crédit Coopératif 
• Address of the Bank: 33 Bd Berthelot, 63400 Chamalières, France 
• IBAN: FR76 4255 9100 0008 0034 2301 575 

Costs covered 
The payment of registration fees provides for: 
• A training in international humanitarian law; 
• The provision of a tutor at the Competition, as set out in Article 16 above; 
• All materials and documents provided for the Competition; 
• Full board accommodation. will not cover transportation or any personal expenses
• A report on the performance of the team. 

How to Apply

To apply, you must use the online form.

Also see the FAQs.

Read 2020 Regulations here. 
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