September 2024 - August 2024
Study Mode Full-time
Application start 27 November 2023
Application end 24 February 2024
Application end (with scholarship) 26 January 2024
Armed Conflicts / International Humanitarian Law / International Human Rights Law / International Courts and Tribunals / International Criminal Court / International Criminal Law / Counter-terrorism / International Refugee Law / Peacekeeping / International Organizations / Peacebuilding / International Criminal Justice / United Nations / Military Occupation / International Migration Law / Reconstruction Policy / Internal Displacement
Vincent Chetail is Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute and Director of the Global Migration Centre. He is President of the board of the Geneva Academy and, from 2004 to 2012, was the Geneva Academy’s Research Director.
Professor Chetail regularly serves as a consultant to governments, NGOs and international organizations. He has been a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School and King's College London as well as a visiting professor at several universities, including the Pantheon University Paris II, Queen Mary University, London, the European University Institute, Florence, and Université libre de Bruxelles.
He is General Editor of the book series Theory and Practice of Public International Law (Martinus Nijhoff, Leiden/Boston) and Organisation internationale et relations internationales (Bruylant, Brussels). He is also, among other positions, Senior Research Associate at the Refugee Law Initiative (University of London) and a member of the Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe.
His areas of research relate to refugee and migrant law, humanitarian law and human rights, international criminal law, collective security and peacekeeping.
MSFExecutive Master - Course
This course analyses the main international and regional legal norms governing refugee protection. It examines the sources of international refugee law and its interaction with human rights law and international humanitarian law. It also analyses the central notions of international protection such as the principle of non-refoulement, interception at sea, the refugee definition as well as asylum procedures.
IRIN NewsMaster in transitional justice - Course
This course will explore the interlinkages between displacement and transitional justice from the angle of public international law. The two fields are closely interconnected as transitional justice seeks to address human rights violations that are the main cause of displacement.
ICRCLLM - Course
This course analyses the main international and regional legal norms governing refugee protection. It examines the sources of international refugee law, including the 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and their interaction with human rights law and international humanitarian law.
Andrew Clapham, Paola Gaeta and Marco Sassoli, The Geneva Conventions: A Commentary, Oxford University Press
Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta, The Oxford Handbook of International Law in Armed Conflict, Oxford University Press
Vincent Chetail, Lindsey Cameron
Cambridge University Press