Cambridge University PressEvent
Should autonomous weapon systems be banned at the outset or is it possible to manage and regulate their development to ensure compliance with international humanitarian and human rights law? How to do so?
On the occasion of the opening of the Spring Semester Noam Lubell, Swiss Chair of International Humanitarian Law, will examine the legal complexities arising from military actions against armed groups that are located in multiple states.
This third IHL Talk will discuss the legal regime governing terrorism, how international humanitarian law addresses and prohibits acts of terrorism and what is the relationship with other international treaties.
Sandra Pointet/Geneva AcademyEvent
Join our online information session about our LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights.
UN Photo / Pierre AlbouyEvent
To commemorate Human Rights Day and the 10th Anniversary of the Human Rights Council, panelists at this event will explore how the HRC has developed the concept of universality and responded to the contemporary challenges to the universal application o
ICC - CPIEvent
Numerous states have expressed their disappointment and enmity toward the International Criminal Court. What impact would these recent events have?
The Arms Trade Treaty, the first treaty to regulate the conventional arms trade, has an impressive record. But so what? And why should we care?
This event, organized with the Association for the Prevention of Torture, will discuss the main findings and policy implications of a research analyzing the impact of torture prevention measures.
In a context where modern combat operations raise complex operational and legal challenges, where respect for the law is often key to mission success, military legal advisers play an increasingly important role in operations.
On the eve of the end of the Obama administration, our guest speaker Gabor Rona, Visiting Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School, will discuss US counter-terrorism policies: continuity, change and exceptionalism.