Registration for the student competition “Erga Omnes” on the Council of Europe law

International Law & Arbitration Association (BILA Association) together with the Council of Europe and the Council of Europe Information Point in Minsk announce registration for the student competition “Erga Omnes” on the Council of Europe law.

Students of Belarusian universities from any speciality aged eighteen and above, which have never participated in this competition before, are invited to take part.

The competition will be held from 30 June till 4 July in the recreation area "Dudinka" (Borisov district, Minsk region). The main topics of the competition are counter-trafficking in persons, fight against corruption and human rights. Participation is free of charge.

In order to take part in the competition, three steps should be completed: to register for the competition by 11 June, to send an essay by 14 June. After these two steps it is necessary to wait for the results of the selection.

The winners will be invited to Strasbourg to participate in the Council of Europe event.

Details on the contest website: http://ergaomnes.bila.by/.

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