PJI is pleased to announce the award of its fellowship to Apurba Khatiwada from Nepal. The selection panel of UN Ombudsperson Kimberly Prost, Queen’s Counsel Karim Khan, and Prosecution Attorney Matthew Gillett was unanimous that Mr. Khatiwada’s application merited the award. Mr. Khatiwada has an impressive record of leading and contributing to projects concerning international law and human rights. He intends to to focus his time while on the fellowship towards the ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court by Nepal. At this difficult time, PJI expresses its concern for the victims of the disasters and for the people of Nepal. PJI would like to thank also the other candidates who submitted high quality applications encompassing a variety of projects and positions, all focused on enhancing the international rule of law. PJI is confident that all of these promising candidates will continue to contribute to international justice.
The conditions of the PJI fellowship are available here PJI Fellowship in ICL.