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The International Law Institute is dedicated to advancing prosperity and the human condition globally through raising the professional competence in both the public and private sectors in developing nations, so that leaders and stakeholders might find practical solutions to common problems in a manner that suits each nation's own needs and strengthens the rule of law.
Donations made to the International Law Institute allow us to expand our works and worldwide mission. Donations are utilized to help subsidize and sponsor individuals from foreign governments, which have both the desire and commitment to raise the level of proficiency of its staff and therefore the effective governance of its people, but simply to do not have the necessary budgets to train every official who should be trained.
Monies received from donations are specifically restricted for academic scholarships.
ILI provides tuition scholarships, partial and full, allowing those who may need assistance the most to benefit from our services. Scholarships are awarded based on need and donated funds available.
ILI is a registered 501 (c) 3 Not for Profit charitable organization. All donations are subject to tax deductible status. No goods or services were received in consideration of these gifts.
Send checks to the International Law Institute, 1055 Thomas Jefferson. St. NW, Suite M-100, Washington, D.C. 20007, USA.
Please write DONATION in your MEMO section.· Please also remember to provide your correct return address so a receipt can be sent back to you promptly.
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On behalf of the staff and Board of Directors of the International Law Institute, we wish to personally thank you for your most generous gift and support of our organization. The International Law Institute is dedicated to advancing technical capacity and the rule of law globally. These efforts will certainly be advanced through your gracious donation.