The International Association of Constitutional Law || l'Association Internationale de Droit Constitutionnel

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IACL: The International Association of Constitutional Law

The overriding objective of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) is to provide a forum in which constitutionalists from all parts of the world can begin to understand each other’s systems, explain and reflect on their own, and engage in fruitful comparison, for a variety of purposes.

L'AIDC: l'Association Internationale de Droit Constitutionnel

L’objectif premier de l’AIDC est d’offrir un forum dans lequel les constitutionnalistes du monde entier puissent commencer à comprendre le système constitutionnel de chacun, expliquer et réfléchir par eux-mêmes, et se livrer à des comparaisons fructueuses, dans des buts variés.
Call for Papers || IACL Roundtable: "Thinking The Constitution Out Of The State: On The Use Of Constitutional Law By Non-state Actors"

IACL Roundtable organised in France under the auspices of the French Association of Constitutional Law, The University Jean Moulin Lyon III & The University of Pairs I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Deadline: 15th March 2024

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Launched in 2018, the IACL-AIDC Blog aims to provide a user-friendly meeting place for constitutionalists around the world to present their research, share their views, and discuss crucial constitutional law topics, as well as overlooked issues and more technical discussions of constitutional law. The five values of the Blog are to be user-friendly, provide added value, and to be responsive, inclusive and truly global.

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National Associations

The IACL endeavours to ensure that its processes and activities are suited to its diverse membership, whilst at the same time retaining the scientific and scholarly approach on which the credibility of its work depends. The IACL maintains close links with many national and regional associations of constitutional law.

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  • Establish a new IACL Research Group

    Thematic Research Groups are a very special part of the IACL. Although hosted by, and therefore existing under the umbrella of the IACL, these Research Groups operate independently. They conduct research and publish findings, and they organise private meetings, public events and other activities. They contribute richly to the identity and reputation of the IACL and benefit from the IACL’s affiliation and endorsement.