Institut de Droit International

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The Institut de Droit International is an organization that formed on 8 September 1873. It was made to study and develop international law. In 1904 the Institute received the Nobel Peace Prize.

The institute was founded by Gustave Moynier and Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns. They and 9 other lawyers formed the IDI in Belgium.