World BankIHL Talks
This IHL Talk will address – from a legal and policy perspective – the various humanitarian implications regarding the missing and forcibly disappeared migrants fleeing armed conflict.
This panel brings together four leading voices who work on ensuring accountability and reparation for conflict-related sexual violence in Ukraine.
In this lecture organized with the MIDS, Professor Chiara Giorgetti will discuss current efforts to create a reparation mechanism for Ukraine in order to hold Russia liable for its violations of international law.
Defending Peasants RightsEvent
On the International Peasant’s Day, this online event will take stock of the UNDROP impact and of the actions for its implementation and against the repression of peasant’s struggles around the world.
This online workshop – held in English and French – aims to raise awareness of the upcoming reform of the EU seed marketing legislation and explore pathways to align it with the right to seeds recognized by UNDROP.
Special Jurisdiction for PeaceEvent
In this discussion co-organized with the Permanent Mission of Colombia to the UN in Geneva, the President of Colombia's Special Jurisdiction for Peace Magistrate Roberto Vidal will discuss the challenges and achievements of this body.
This IHL Talk will explore various issues related to the potential establishment of a 'Special Tribunal for Aggression' and will discuss whether it is the best or most appropriate option to make sure that the crime of aggression does not go unpunished.
This online workshop – held in English and German – aims to raise awareness of the upcoming reform of the EU seed marketing legislation and to explore pathways to align it with the right to seeds recognized by UNDROP.
Colonel Nathalie Durhin, an officer of the French air force assigned within the NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe as Head of the Operational Law Branch will discuss how NATO approaches the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Benoît Peyrucq / équipe ProMeTeEvent
Professor Sharon Weill will discuss the results of her research conducted in French courts and will highlight the lesson that can be drawn for the work of the International Criminal Court.