This IHL Talk, organized with the support of the ICRC, aims at reflecting on the reasons why health care and humanitarian workers are being targeted despite their protection under international humanitarian law.
This seminar looks at new ways in which technological advances can enhance protection for victims of armed conflict.
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Have you ever wondered how armed forces are structured? What the size of a battalion is? What staff officers are responsible for? Where legal advisers are usually located within the chain of command? What an “OPO” is?
A l’occasion de cette conférence-débat, Monsieur Philippe Sands présentera son ouvrage East West Street: A Story about the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity.
For this first IHL Talk, panelists will discuss how international organizations are dealing with the operational, legal and human challenges this unprecedented scale of movement of population across border.
Should transitional justice address questions of poverty, systematic inequality and discrimination, or should it be limited to political and civil rights violations, such as enforced disappearances and torture? How can economic, social and cultural rig
The panelists will discuss how violations of economic, social and cultural rights both causes and consequences of armed conflict.
On the occasion of the opening of the academic year, Sihem Bensedrine, will discuss key challenges of addressing past abuses in the aftermath of Tunisia’s Arab Spring.
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The 2016 platform meeting will focus on outlining tangible next steps regarding the thread, use and consequences of the worldwide employment of IEDs.
The International Law Commission is currently drafting provisions of what could become a Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Humanity.