fbpx

The 11th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition will be held at  Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland from 15 to 19 July 2019

The memorials of registered teams will be evaluated by a team of human rights experts. The best 50 teams from the 5 UN regions will be selected to attend the preliminary rounds in Geneva in July. The hypothetical case focuses on human rights issues and is based on the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other applicable human rights instruments.

The official languages of the Competition are English, French and Spanish.


Programme 2019

pdfProgramme

Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture 2019

pdfFirst Annual Nelson Mandela Human Rights Lecture

Hypothetical Case 2019

Documents 2019

pdfHypothetical case to be argued (Version 3: 12 February 2019)
pdfClarification of facts (27 February 2019)
pdfOfficial Rules 
pdfAppendix A: Memorial Cover Page  
pdfAppendix B: Memorial Scoring Sheet
pdfAppendix C: Instructions to Judges
pdfAppendix D: Scoring Sheet


Best memorials from previous years (2018)

pdfHypothetical case (2018)
pdfApplicant (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe)
pdfRespondent (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe)

Please note: Memorials are only available in English and French because this is the first year that Spanish is an official Nelson Mandela World Moot Court Competition language


Invitations in all six of the official UN languages 

pdfInvitation letter 2019 (English)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (French)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Spanish)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Arabic)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Russian)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Chinese)

  • Premium
  • Standard Compliant Channels
  • $100
  • Completely synergize resource taxing relationships via premier market
  • 10 GB of space
  • Support at $15/hour
  • Sign Up

The 11th Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition will be held at  Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland from 15 to 19 July 2019

The memorials of registered teams will be evaluated by a team of human rights experts. The best 50 teams from the 5 UN regions will be selected to attend the preliminary rounds in Geneva in July. The hypothetical case focuses on human rights issues and is based on the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other applicable human rights instruments.

The official languages of the Competition are English, French and Spanish.


Programme 2019

pdfProgramme

Annual Nelson Mandela Lecture 2019

pdfFirst Annual Nelson Mandela Human Rights Lecture

Hypothetical Case 2019

Documents 2019

pdfHypothetical case to be argued (Version 3: 12 February 2019)
pdfClarification of facts (27 February 2019)
pdfOfficial Rules 
pdfAppendix A: Memorial Cover Page  
pdfAppendix B: Memorial Scoring Sheet
pdfAppendix C: Instructions to Judges
pdfAppendix D: Scoring Sheet


Best memorials from previous years (2018)

pdfHypothetical case (2018)
pdfApplicant (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe)
pdfRespondent (Midlands State University, Zimbabwe)

Please note: Memorials are only available in English and French because this is the first year that Spanish is an official Nelson Mandela World Moot Court Competition language


Invitations in all six of the official UN languages 

pdfInvitation letter 2019 (English)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (French)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Spanish)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Arabic)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Russian)
pdfInvitation letter 2019 (Chinese)