In a political climate which encourages interdependence between
states, international law is constantly developing, and is increasingly
becoming a key factor in the organisation of inter-state relations.
The Council of Europe is accordingly working to co-ordinate its
member statesâ€™ activities in this field.
The Council of Europe
does it through its Committee of Legal Advisers on Public International
, an intergovernmental committee which brings together
the legal advisers of the Ministries of foreign affairs of the member
States of the Council of Europe as well as of a significant number
of observer States and Organisations.
In this site you will
be able to find out about the CAHDI, its structure, composition,
functioning, as well as its activities including adopted texts,
publications and unrestricted working documents.
guide to the work of the CAHDI
terms of reference of the CAHDI