The RULAC entry on this conflict has been updated with a section on the origins of the conflict, information about its evolution in 2019-2020, and an analysis as to whether the TAK, a splinter group of the PKK, is also a party to this NIAC.
In his latest report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict, the UN Secretary-General refers to our Guidelines on Investigating Violation of IHL: Law, Policy, and Good Practice – co-published with the ICRC.
Knowledge transfer is at the heart of our activities. During 2019, our professors, researchers and staff have ensured such transfer in IHL, human rights and transitional justice via research, our three masters, training courses, events and the Geneva Human Rights Platform.
This research will analyse how the UNSC has recently dealt with IHL and formulate a series of recommendations to ensure consistency.
Our New Research Brief discusses the opportunities and risks that AI represents for human rights.
Six out of the 18 chapters of the new Oxford Guide to International Humanitarian Law – edited by Ben Saul and Dapo Akande – have been written or co-written by Geneva Academy’s professors or experts.
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The new book The Human Rights Council: A Practical Anatomy by Eric Tistounet, Chief of the Human Rights Council Branch at OHCHR, is the outcome of a six-months research fellowship carried out by the author at the Geneva Academy.
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Graduate and postgraduate researchers having obtained their PhD within the past 10 years are invited to submit proposals for a workshop that will examine the relationship between climate change and human rights.