Web seminar on understanding armed groups and the applicable law
Second online live web seminar co-hosted by the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University and the International Review of the Red Cross.
Where: Online live web seminar
On the occasion of the publication of its latest edition "Understanding Armed Groups and the Applicable Law" (Volume 93, No. 882), the International Review of the Red Cross co-hosted together with the Harvard Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research (HPCR) a live web seminar took place on 5 April 2012.
Speakers included were:
Professor Marco Sassòli (Professor and Director of the Faculty of International Law, University of Geneva)
Aristoteles Constantinides (University of Cyprus, Department of Law)
Christophe Gillioz (ICRC adviser on dialogue with armed groups)
Christophe Gillioz (International Committee of the Red Cross)
Zama Coursen-Neff (Human Rights Watch)
Cedric Ryngaert (Universities of Utrecht and Leuven)
Panel Blog Posts
Critically examining equality of belligerents in non-international armed conflicts by Marco Sassòli
On ICRC Engagement with Non-State Armed Groups: Recent Developments by Christophe Gillioz
To listen to the recording, visit: Live Seminar 43 – Understanding armed groups and the applicable law