24th Course in International Humanitarian Law (Ihl) for Humanitarian Professionals and Policy Makers

22nd to 27th March 2020, Naivasha, Kenya.

The course will focus on international law and standards applicable during armed conflict. It is designed to help the participants to find, understand and apply that framework to achieve their professional humanitarian objectives.

The course will cover the:

  • Origins, structure, principles and rules of IHL, as well as contemporary challenges and issues.
  • The relevance of IHL and other legal regimes, such as human rights law and refugee law, for the victims of armed conflict.
  • Role of humanitarian professionals in ensuring better respect for international law and standards during armed conflict.

By combining theory and practice, participants will be provided with both expert lectures and participative exercises based on the ICRC’s experience of more than 150 years of humanitarian action for the benefit of the victims of armed conflict.

General Information
Date: 22nd to 27th March 2020

Sawela Lodge
Moi South Lake Road Lake Naivasha
20117 Naivasha  

For more information and detailed program visit the website.

Published in GI-Mail 01/2020 (English & German edition).




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