International Law and Relations Study Center

Introduction

It stands as an independent think tank with the responsibility to hold international programs namely, The Kathmandu Dialogue, Economic Social and Development Rights (ESDR), and the Himalayan Field School. It builds on the capacities of the students to attend national and international moot court competitions; runs exchange programs with various universities in South Asia; and holds competitions on the relevant issues. Giving an impetus to the study of international law, it has been working on the pertinent issues including 1950 Treaty of Peace and Friendship between Nepal and India; Soft Power in International Relations; Importance of Cultural Exchange between Nepal and China to Further Relations; Rohingya Crisis and International Response to it and others.

Structure:

ILRSC is coordinated by Asst. Prof Amritha Viswanath Shenoy.