This syllabus aims to meet the needs of lecturers and academics worldwide who currently teach IHL from a distance. It is based on several online resources and IHL reference tools developed by the ICRC (How Does Law Protect in War?, the Introduction to IHL e-learning course, the IHL: A Comprehensive Introduction handbook and legal factsheets). Designed for remote teaching, the outline of the syllabus contains key tools, approaches, and recommendations to ensure the remote course is as smooth, practice-oriented and interactive as possible.
For each of the 12 sessions proposed, the outline features:
- a pre-course pack combining different activities (case studies, modules of the ICRC e-learning course, multiple-choice polls, readings, written assignments), allowing students to approach each IHL issue through practice
- a detailed outline for the lecturer, with links to the relevant parts of How Does Law Protect in War?, covering the main issues to be discussed during the session.
An introduction, with tips and tools for remote teaching, and a final session on the link between IHL and Covid-19 (and a specific bibliography) are also included.
You can download the workshop materials via the links below: