Dany Diogo

Dany Diogo

Coordinator of Master Programmes

Dany Diogo is the Coordinator of the Geneva Academy’s three master's programmes: the LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, the Master of Advanced Studies in Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, and the Executive Master in International Law in Armed Conflict.

He joined the Geneva Academy in September 2013 as Assistant to its master programmes. He has also assisted the Geneva Academy’s Manager of Policy Studies and the Co-Directors of the Master in Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law.

Dany Diogo holds a degree in Information and Communication from Université Lumière Lyon 2, a CAS in Human Rights from the University of Geneva, and is currently enrolled in the Executive Master in International Law in Armed Conflict at the Geneva Academy.

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A session of the UN Human Rights Committee News

Promoting Quality, Independent and Diverse Treaty Body Membership

23 November 2021

Our new Working Paper Promoting Quality, Independent and Diverse Treaty Body Membership discuss the membership of UN treaty bodies, a key issue to ensure proper human rights protection and the credibility of the overall system.

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2021 Graduation Ceremony News

89 Students Graduated from our Three Master’s Programmes

12 November 2021

89 students graduated last week from our three master’s programmes – 48 for our LLM in IHL and Human Rights, 27 for our MAS in Transitional Justice and 14 for our Executive Master.

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A Private Afghan Security Company technical armed with a DShK heavy machine gun sits along the side of a road. U.S.Forces stopped this security company's convoy due to reports from locals claiming that the security company had been shooting sporadic gunfi News

The Involvement of Mercenaries and Private Military Security Companies in Armed Conflicts: What does IHL Say?

9 November 2021

Several armed conflicts classified in our RULAC online portal see the participation of mercenaries or private military security companies alongside states’ armed forces. Dr Chiara Redaelli, in charge of RULAC and an expert in IHL, answers our questions regarding what IHL says about this phenomenon.

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