Law and Policy Events 27 June 2023 16:00 - 17:30 CEST

Addressing the humanitarian costs of organized crime

Video

Speakers & panellists

Gilles Carbonnier
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

Gilles Carbonnier

Vice President, ICRC

Bruno Demeyere
MODERATOR

Bruno Demeyere

Editor-in-Chief of the International Review of the Red Cross, ICRC

Sophie Orr
KEYNOTE

Sophie Orr

Regional Director, Operations Americas, ICRC

Olivier Dubois
PANELLIST

Olivier Dubois

Head of ICRC Regional Delegation, Mexico

Pablo Kalmanovitz
PANELLIST

Pablo Kalmanovitz

Professor in the Department of International Studies at ITAM, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico

Tosin Osasona
PANELLIST

Tosin Osasona

Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Public Policy Alternatives, Lagos, Nigeria

Chiara Redaelli
PANELLIST

Chiara Redaelli

Research Fellow, Geneva Academy; Rule of Law in Armed Conflicts (RULAC)

Robert Muggah
INTRODUCING EDITION

Robert Muggah

Co-founder, the Igarapé Institute; Co-founder, the SecDev Group

About the event

 

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This online event marks the launch of the International Review of the Red Cross (IRRC)'s newest edition, "Organized Crime", which features 16 articles that address a series of legal and policy questions regarding organized crime in armed conflict and other situations of violence. Organized crime is multifaceted and brings with it diverse humanitarian costs, which in turn raise questions regarding the applicable legal frameworks and appropriate policy solutions. The event will feature remarks from ICRC Vice President Gilles Carbonnier and ICRC Director of Operations for the Americas Sophie Orr. IRRC Editor-in-Chief Bruno Demeyere will then moderate a panel featuring three authors whose work appears in the edition, as well as ICRC Head of Regional Delegation for Mexico and Central America Olivier Dubois.

- International sign language interpretation was provided at this event. -

Date & Time

27 June 2023 16:00 - 17:30 CEST

Online event