The British Academy for Training and Development presents this training course in International Laws and Regulations and its surrounding aspects, to all professionals wishing to acquire more advanced knowledge about the nature of International Relations and the Laws and Regulations binding them.

The International Regulatory System revolves around all processes that govern a network of inter-state relations. This network has contributed to the formation of interdependence and interaction between countries in the global political system, reaching the stage of interdependence. International Relations are based on solid connections and mutual interdependence between countries. Each state considers only its own strength and security because it is in a system based on self-defense. It seeks prestige among other states in the universal political regime, especially the independence of its decision, based on the compatibility of interests between countries. Modern International Economic Relations have widely changed in line with the vast modern alteration of the world order, so that every economic entity is largely integrated and interconnected with others in the global economic system.

Objectives and target group

Who Should Attend?

  • Personnel of International and Diplomatic Affairs.
  • Legal professionals.
  • Formal Officers in charge of International Agreements.
  • Directors of International Relations Offices.
  • Graduates of International Relations.
  • Staff in international organizations.
  • Anyone interested in understanding the legal frameworks governing international relations and global governance.


Knowledge and Benefits:

After completing the program, participants will be able to master the following:

  • The foundational principles of international law and its sources.
  • Examine the role of international organizations and institutions in the development and enforcement of global regulations.
  • Explore the legal frameworks governing international trade, investment, and commerce.
  • Analyze key treaties, conventions, and agreements shaping various areas of international law.
  • Assess the challenges and complexities of implementing and enforcing international laws and regulations.
  • Equip the skills to navigate legal issues in a global context and apply international law principles in real-world scenarios.
  • The skills and knowledge to effectively manage and conduct international negotiations.
  • Understand the impact of cultural differences and how to navigate them.
  • Develop strategies for preparation, communication, and execution of international negotiations.
  • Foster an understanding of legal and ethical considerations in a global context.
  • Enhance practical negotiation skills through case studies and role-playing.

Course Content

  • Introduction to International Law
    • Definition and sources of international law
    • Historical development and evolution
    • Principles of state sovereignty and jurisdiction
  • International Legal Institutions
    • United Nations and its specialized agencies
    • International Court of Justice (ICJ)
    • International Criminal Court (ICC)
    • World Trade Organization (WTO)
  • Treaties and Agreements
    • Overview of bilateral and multilateral treaties
    • Analysis of key international conventions (e.g., Geneva Conventions, Kyoto Protocol)
    • Treaty interpretation and implementation
  • International Human Rights Law
    • Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    • International human rights treaties and mechanisms
    • Contemporary issues in human rights law
  • International Trade Law
    • World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements
    • Trade dispute resolution mechanisms
    • Regional trade agreements (e.g., NAFTA, EU)
  • International Environmental Law
    • Principles of environmental protection in international law
    • Treaties and agreements addressing global environmental challenges (e.g., Paris Agreement, Montreal Protocol)
    • Compliance and enforcement mechanisms
  • International Investment Law
    • Bilateral investment treaties (BITs)
    • Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS)
    • Challenges and controversies in investment arbitration
  • Armed Conflict and International Humanitarian Law
    • Laws of armed conflict (jus in bello)
    • Protection of civilians and humanitarian assistance
    • War crimes and accountability
  • State Responsibility and Diplomatic Immunity
    • Principles of state responsibility
    • Diplomatic privileges and immunities
    • State succession and statehood recognition

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Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3800 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£3040 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£2356 / Member

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