Embassy Centennial Book Donation Project: Switzerland, Iraq and Latvia

Almost 8 months have passed since the Peace Palace Centenary on August 28th took place, but Embassy book donations continue to pour in. This month, the Embassies of Switzerland, Iraq and Latvia  generously donated to our special book donation project and enriched our National Law Collection. Find out which publications are now part of the Library Collection.

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On February 20, we received a pleasant visit from Mr. Philippe Brandt, Minister-Counsellor of the Embassy of Switzerland. The Swiss Embassy generously donated 17 publications and has enriched our Library Collection with the following titles:

These are:

 

Image removed.On March 3, we welcomed Ms. Kani Shareef, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Iraq in the Reading  Room of the Library. The Embassy of Iraq generously donated 31 publications on the subject of family law, civil law, criminal law and the Iraqi constitution to the Libary.

N.B. Titles will soon follow here

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On March 11, we were delighted to welcome H.E. Ambassador Māris Klišāns  and his assistant, Ms Dita Kaļinova from the Embassy of Latvia.  The Latvian Embassy enriched our National Law Collections with 19 publications. Legal subjects include : Constitutional law, Intellectual Property, Human Rights, Comminity Law, Rule of Law amd the Latvian Supreme Court.

 

The selection for the Reading Room includes: 

 

 The Peace Palace Library would like to express its gratitude and appreciation to the Embassies of  Switzerland, Iraq and Latvia in response to their recent book donations to our special book project as part of our centennial celebrations.

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