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Debate on contemporary challenges in non-international armed conflicts

10-09-2013 Event

This panel of discussion is organized by the ICRC on the occasion of the attribution of the 10th Paul Reuter Prize. The panel discussion was attended by university professors from around the world and representatives from the international, diplomatic and humanitarian community in Geneva.

Event Info

Where: ICRC Humanitarium, 19 Avenue de la Paix, Geneva

When: 07.11.2013

Outcome of the event:

Paul Reuter Prize Award Conference on Contemporary Challenges of Non-International Armed Conflicts

Professor Sivakumaran, the 10th Paul Reuter Prize Laureate, introduces his award-winning book on ‘The Law of Non-International Armed Conflict’. 

Professor Sivakumaran, the 10th Paul Reuter Prize Laureate, introduces his award-winning book on ‘The Law of Non-International Armed Conflict’.
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On 7 November 2013, a gathering of experts and practitioners invited to the ICRC’s Humanitarium discussed the various challenges of contemporary armed conflicts. The conference was organized in honour of Associate Professor Sivakumaran, the 10th Paul Reuter Prize Laureate, for his book ‘The Law of Non-International Armed Conflict’.

 


Advanced Training Course in International Humanitarian Law

IHL teaching tools and methods were discussed and tested live during the four-day course. 

IHL teaching tools and methods were discussed and tested live during the four-day course.
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The biannual advanced training course in international humanitarian law for university professors took place at the Humanitarium, the ICRC’s new conference and visitors' centre in Geneva, from 4-7 November 2013. Experts from more than 20 countries gathered to discuss cutting-edge IHL topics and share teaching tools and methodologies.