HSP Seminar (#281) “International Humanitarian Law seminar series: from basics to Moot court and Role Play” (May 18 – June 1, 2021)

Title International Humanitarian Law seminar series: from basics to Moot court and Role Play
Descriptions International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is very important in the current world, where most contemporary armed conflicts are complex and mainly victimize civilians. This seminar series aims to provide necessary IHL training from the basics to the level that we can select those who join the University of Tokyo teams for IHL Moot Court and Role Play competitions and through that, to contribute in raising the next generation IHL practitioners. It is planned that educational materials created by the University’s International Law Training and Research Hub team will be used. Those who are not intending to participate in IHL Moot/Role Play are welcome to join the seminars. If you can only join one seminar, you are also welcome to attend. Those who are intending to join IHL competitions are most encouraged to join all the seminars.
Date 18:30–20:00, 18 May (Tuesday);
18:30–20:00, 25 May (Tuesday);
18:30–20:00, 1 June (Tuesday)
Venue Zoom – registration necessary from https://bit.ly/3fiAz9F
Lecturer Dr. Ai Kihara-Hunt (Associate Professor, Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), the University of Tokyo)
Language English
Materials To be distributed to registered people.
Organizer Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), The University of Tokyo
Co-organizer Research Center for Sustainable Peace (RCSP), Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), The University of Tokyo
Notes There will be guests.

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