COMITÉ POUR LE CONCOURS JEAN-PICTET (COMMITTEE FOR THE JEAN-PICTET COMPETITION)

What the CCJP is
The CCJP is a non-profit organization under the French Law of July 1, 1901, with its headquarters in Chamalieres (France). The only goal of the CJPC is to organize the annual Jean-Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition.

Totally independent, the Committee is made up of 21 people of different backgrounds who volunteer their time:

  • Catarina de Albuquerque, Portugal
  • Garth Abraham, South Africa
  • W. Chadwick Austin, United States of America
  • Théo Boutruche, France
  • Emiliano Buis, Argentina
  • Michel Deyra, France
  • Patrícia Galvão Teles, Portugal
  • Thomas Graditzky, Switzerland
  • Julia Grignon, France
  • David Kootz, France
  • Christophe Lanord, France
  • Corinne Lanord-Dam, France
  • Maria Marouda, Greece
  • Xavier Philippe, France
  • Urs Portmann, Switzerland
  • Jean-François Quéguiner, France
  • Christopher Rassi, United States of America
  • Tamar Tomashvili , Georgie
  • Marie-Louise Tougas, Canada
  • Simon Tremblay, Canada
  • Ana Urgoiti, Spain
  • To enable it to accomplish its mission, the CCJP employs a Director of the Administration: Marie-Hélène Proulx.

    The CCJP and other institutions
    If you want to know what kind of relationships the CCJP has with other institutions, please consult this document.

    Addresses

  • Concours Jean-Pictet, 25 rue des Garnaudes, F-63400 Chamalières
  • http://www.concourspictet.org
  • info@concourspictet.org
  • Fax: + 33 473 177 755

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    Last update:
    May 22, 2015

             
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