World Federalist Movement
Center for Development of International Law
The Center for the Development of International Law (CDIL) was established to promote the development of international law and strengthening of the international legal order. CDIL is a non-governmental organization with consultative status with the United Nations (UN) ECOSOC consultative status. CDIL advocates increasing the application of international law to individuals. CDIL also works to further the awareness of the interdependence between international and local laws and initiatives.
CDIL engages in collaborative work and dialogue with a variety of peace organizations, including the Hague Appeal for Peace, Center for UN Reform Education, The World Federalist Movement-Institute for Global Policy, The Coalition for the International Criminal Court, and the Together for a Better Peace Project. To find out more about the objectives and activities of these organizations