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International Humanitarian Law

2022 Katia-Boustany Conference «Faire et quitter son nid: retour vers le futur du droit international pénal et humanitaire»

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On February 22, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the SQDI’s 2022 Katia-Boustany Conferene invites you to travel back in time with professors William A. Schabas and Eric David!

Moderated by Professors Julia Grignon and Fannie Lafontaine, the lecture will revisit the most significant developments of the last 40 years in international criminal and humanitarian law, and will consider the different challenges that these fields of international law will face in the next 4 decades.

The conference is the work of a broad partnership, co-organized at Université Laval by the SQDI, the Canada Research Chair on International Criminal Justice and Fundamental Rights, the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic, the Osons le DIH! partnership development, the research project on the extraterritorial application of international human rights law, and the Canadian Partnership for International Justice, in collaboration with Quid Justitiae.

The conference will be presented online on the Zoom platform. Free admission.

Certificates of attendance will be issued to registered participants only.

Register here : https://www.fd.ulaval.ca/formulaire/inscription-conference-katia-boustany-2022 

2022 Katia-Boustany Conference «Faire et quitter son nid: retour vers le futur du droit international pénal et humanitaire»

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On February 22, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the SQDI’s 2022 Katia-Boustany Conferene invites you to travel back in time with professors William A. Schabas and Eric David!

Moderated by Professors Julia Grignon and Fannie Lafontaine, the lecture will revisit the most significant developments of the last 40 years in international criminal and humanitarian law, and will consider the different challenges that these fields of international law will face in the next 4 decades.

The conference is the work of a broad partnership, co-organized at Université Laval by the SQDI, the Canada Research Chair on International Criminal Justice and Fundamental Rights, the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic, the Osons le DIH! partnership development, the research project on the extraterritorial application of international human rights law, and the Canadian Partnership for International Justice, in collaboration with Quid Justitiae.

The conference will be presented online on the Zoom platform. Free admission.

Certificates of attendance will be issued to registered participants only.

Humanitarianism and the Remaking of International Law: History, Ideology, Practice, Technology

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This conference was held over three days at Melbourne Law School and brought together scholars working in law, history, international relations, and political theory to think critically about the ideology, institutions, practices, and technologies that condition modern humanitarianism and its relation to international law.

Professor Frédéric Mégret gave a presentation on “The Masculine Constitution of the Laws of War”.

 International Humanitarian Law Summer Course

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The University of Ottawa and the Canadian Red Cross are pleased to invite you to the 13th edition of the Summer School on International Humanitarian Law (IHL).

The goal of this course is to offer students and professionals the fundamentals of IHL and the opportunity to apply this knowledge through realistic case studies and a full simulation day.

Professor Julia Grignon will gave an introductory presentation on International Humanitarian Law.

2018 Edmonton International Humanitarian Law Conference “Battleground Metropolis: Urban Warfare and International Humanitarian Law”

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This conference will examine the changing nature of warfare, movement of battles into cities, and challenges for International Humanitarian Law (IHL). This conference includes an introduction to IHL, panel discussion and a question and answer session. We will bring together a panel including experts from the Canadian Red Cross, University of Alberta, and International Committee of the Red Cross to discuss the issues.

Professor Joanna Harrington will give a presentation on “Accountability for the Commission of Crimes in Syria”.