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altValentina Cadelo
Teaching Assistant
 

Valentina Cadelo assists Professor Cecile Aptel in her optional course on The Legal Protection of Children in Armed Conflict and Post Conflict, and Professor Gabriella Citroni in her optional course on Enforced Disappearances in International Law.

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Antonio Coco

Teaching Assistant


Antonio is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Geneva, where he is writing his thesis on the defence of Mistake of Law under the supervision of Prof. Paola Gaeta.

In the LL.M. programme in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Antonio assists Professor Paola Gaeta for the core course on International Criminal Law, and Professor Robert Roth for the optional course on Criminal Procedure before International Courts.
 

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Mélissa Fardel

Teaching Assistant

Mélissa Fardel is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Law at the University of Geneva. She is writing her thesis on the participation of victims in international criminal proceedings and the rights of the accused, under the supervision of Professor Nicolas Michel.   Mélissa assists Professor Nicolas Michel in his courses on The Responsibility to Protect (LL.M. optional course and Executive Master).

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Antoine Kaboré

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Antoine Kaboré assists Prof. Jean d'Aspermont in the LL.M. core course on Public International Law.

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altPatryk Labuda

Teaching Assistant


Patryk I. Labuda is a Ph.D. candidate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), and a Teaching Assistant at the Geneva Academy. His dissertation looks at the effectiveness of international criminal tribunals in catalysing domestic judicial reform (case studies: Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone).

Patryk is a Teaching Assistant on both the Executive Master and the LL.M.:
- Professor Giovanni Distefano; Sources and Subjects of Public International Law and Sanctions in Public International Law (Executive Master)
- Professor Robert Roth; Repression of Terrorism: Issues and Debates (Executive Master)
- Professor Eibe Riedel; Peacekeeping and Human Rights in Armed Conflict (Executive Master)
- Professor William Schabas: The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court (LL.M. optional course and Executive Master)
- Professor Carsten Stahn; Repression of International Crimes (Executive Master)

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