To establish frank international relations on the basis of equality and the mutual respect of peoples. To further the study of comparative law. To disseminate the principles and objectives of the United Nations. To work for women’s and children’s well-being, which determines family happiness and the strength of society. To reflect on the economic issues affection women and children.
Standing Committees (21) on: Administrative Law; Comparative Civil and Commercial Law; Constitution and By Laws; Convention; Domestic Relations; Immigration, Nationality and Naturalization; International Hospitality; International Law; Juvenile Law; Labour Legislation; Legal Education; Legal Status of Women; Legislation; Membership; Aero Space Law; Penal Law; and Procedure; Public Relations; Scholarship Facilitation; Unesco; United Nations.