Because it is African, the Society is responsible for the exhumation of unexploited resources, particularly with regard to the raw materials of international law. Indeed, it is time that we no longer remain passive spectators of the exploitation by other of the international law capital in Africa, neither to continue to be consumer of products delivered with no added value.
We have the absolute obligation to own them and to restore our peoples’ rights.
Excellence and expertise are the key words and it is incumbent upon us to meet these challenges. These conditions represent the guiding choice of production, whether of scholarly publications of conference proceedings and of the “African Journal of International Law” or of presentation of information and communication