The European Institute for International Law (EIIL) is the unique establishment to combine both legal and strategic studies in the same frame. On a side, The European Institute for International Law (EIIL) is an independent, promoting and scientific, center for studies, research and training on issues of application of laws and its effects on the social life. On the other side, The European Institute for International Law (EIIL) is a laboratory for strategic studies whether they are influenced by law, legislations and other legal aspects or not.
In pursuit of contributing to the dissemination of a culture of effects of application of law on the society, social economy, social integration and human rights, our work and activities aim at strengthening civil society and at inducing a change to the general level of awareness and sensibility towards societal peace, International peace, human rights and democracy.
The EIIL is a primary source of accurate, objective information on legal & strategic issues for legislators, politicians and diplomats, foreign affairs analysts, international business, economists, the military, defence commentators, journalists, academics and the informed public. The Institute is independent, owing no allegiance to any governments or any political or other organisations.
The EIIL stresses rigorous research with a forward-looking policy orientation and places particular emphasis on bringing new perspectives to legal strategic discussions. The Institute’s work is grounded in an appreciation of various legal, legislative, political, economic and social problems that cause instability, as well as the factors that can lead to international cooperation. The projects carried out by EIIL mainly concentrate on training for legislation industry, democracy and human rights as they are closely related and highly complementary. Conducting studies and research to serve as an informational basis is a further means to achieve our aims.