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Dubai, 10-14 May 2021

International Humanitarian Law

This course will provide essential theoretical and practical knowledge for professionals, researchers and academics who wish to specialize in International Humanitarian Law as well as professionals, including members of NGOs, involved in armed conflict situations, or even members of armed forces.

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Monday 10 to Friday 14 May 2021 at

The Radisson Blu Hotel 

Pebble Creek, Dubai, UAE

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International Humanitarian

Law

Armed conflicts have always existed around the world. Unfortunately, recent events have shown that this phenomenon is becoming increasingly complex, especially with respect to some legal issues, such as:

  1. The definition of combatants when terrorists are involved in the hostilities.

  2. The detention by rebels of State armed forces.

  3. The involvement and status of UN peacekeepers in armed conflicts.

 

This course will help you understand these complex legal issues by teaching you the norms governing armed conflicts, also known as ‘International Humanitarian Law’ (‘IHL’).We will address these issues in light of recent practice, including the fight against ISIS and Al-Qaeda in different regions of the world, as well as other recent and older conflicts, such as those in Armenia, Afghanistan, Libya, Mali, and the Israeli-Palestinian one.

The course will provide essential theoretical and practical knowledge for students, researchers and academics who wish to specialize in International Humanitarian Law as well as professionals, including members of NGOs, involved in armed conflict situations, or even members of armed forces.

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Syllabus 

  • Day 1: Introduction
    Introductory remarks about International Humanitarian Law, including the relationships between law and armed conflicts, a brief history of that Law and its relations with other branches of International Law.

  • Day 2: Sources and subjects
    Analysis of the sources (treaty, custom and jus cogens) as well as subjects (States, international organizations and armed groups) of International Humanitarian Law. 
    Qualification of situations of violence as armed conflicts and analysis of the temporal and geographical scope of application of International Humanitarian Law.

  • Day 3: Conduct of hostilities
    Analysis of the norms regulating the conduct of hostilities, including the prohibitions to target persons and objects, the prohibitions to use weapons and methods of warfare and the obligation of precaution.

  • Day 4: Protection of Persons
    Analysis of the norms regulating the protection of persons in time of war, notably the wounded and sick people, the captured combatants and the civilians, including in time of occupation.

  • Day 5: State and Individual Responsibility
    Introductory remarks on the implementation means of International Humanitarian Law and analysis of State responsibility mechanisms in case of violations of that Law. 
    Individual responsibility: Analysis of the national/international/hybrid mechanisms for the punishing of individuals responsible of war crimes.

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Meet your Instructors

Mr. Redwan Kabour

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Experienced Business Entrepreneur and Consultant with over 15 years Experience

Ms. Nicole Smart

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International Corporate Trainer for Management and Leadership Development; Executive Coach; TEDx Speaker; NLP

Mr. Abdullah Assad

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An experienced Business Development Specialist and Business Training Specialist

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