Funding

The International Law Programme seeks support from organizations which recognize the importance of independent and rigorously objective policy-focused research on critical issues concerning the impact of public international law.

The International Law Programme funds its activities through a combination of project grants from private foundations and government departments; event sponsorship; fellowship support; and discretionary donations from corporate sponsors.

All research programmes and staff adhere to the Chatham House Principles for Independent Research and Convening.  For further information on Chatham House‚Äôs overall funding, please visit the Our Funding pages.

Current Supporters

The International Law Programme would like to thank the following organizations for their current support of our work:

  • British Red Cross
  • Department for International Development, UK 
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia 
  • Doughty Street Chambers
  • Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland 
  • Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK 
  • Oak Foundation
  • Open Society Foundations

The programme would also like to thank those organizations who provide ad hoc support for specific research events.

Contact

For more information on any aspect of our work, please contact Alis Martin, Acting Programme Manager