Dr. Parsapour, the dean of Law faculty, regarding the international activities of the faculty stated: A memorandum of understanding was signed with the University of Rennes 1 in France last year, which allowed the two parties to receive financial assistance from the European Union under the Erasmus Plus program and the professor-student exchange program.
A memorandum of cooperation with the National Center for Professional Notarial Education in France is also being implemented. Regarding the holding of an international conference by Law faculty, he said: The biennial international conference on restorative justice was held in 2016 and also in 2018 by the faculty. Moreover: 1. International meeting on the relationship between guaranteeing civil and punitive executions 2.Confrontation or interaction of change in the principles of civil responsibility 3. Meeting on values and standards of restorative justice 4. Meeting on the right to a healthy environment 5. Meeting on Access to Justice for Women Victims of Violence in Belgium 6. Specialized Conference on International Settlement Agreements Resulting Mediation (Singapore Convention) 7. Meeting on the United Nations role in genocidal crimes prevention and world peace, include international meetings held by the faculty of Law.
International law students also won second place in the "International Criminal Court Simulation" Competition and second place in the Southeast Asian stage of "International Criminal Court Simulation Competition - Henry Dunant Memorial".
Dr. Parsapour added: ?From 2015 to 2018, 6 faculty students were sent to Belgium, Italy, Germany, etc. for sabbatical. There are currently 11 international master and PhD students studying at the faculty, and we hope to be able to have more international students as Corona disease resolves.?
In 2001 the ICRC (the International Committee of the Red Cross) Regional Delegation for South Asia initiated the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition (Henry Dunant was a Swiss humanitarian, businessman and social activist. He was the visionary, promoter and co-founder of the Red Cross.), with the aim of promoting better awareness of IHL among law students. This competition is named in memory of Henry Dunant, the co-founder of the ICRC and the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in 1863. The South Asia regional Moot Court competition will follow national competitions (as applicable) that will take place in each participating country. The winning teams from each of the respective countries will participate in the South Asia regional competition approximately one month after the completion of the national competitions. The winners of the regional Moot Court competition will represent South Asia in the Asia Pacific Moot Competition. The principal objective of the Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition is to develop an increased awareness and interest in IHL in academic institutions throughout South Asia. A further objective is to promote academic excellence in the student community, and to develop their advocacy skills in an environment of friendly competition.