HSP Seminar (#290) “Investigating Violations of International Humanitarian Law by Domestic Systems: Developing Law and Practice” (Mar. 18, 2022)

Title Investigating Violations of International Humanitarian Law by Domestic Systems: Developing Law and Practice
Descriptions In this seminar, Prof. Noam Lubell will discuss how the law and practice are developed on investigation of International Humanitarian Law violations. He co-led the project of the International Committee of the Red Cross and Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights’ Guidelines on Investigating Violations of International Humanitarian Law: Law, Policy and Good Practice, which was published in 2019. His talk will focus on how rules, policies and good practices were gathered and analyzed for the Guidelines, and introducing the major findings through that project. Following his talk, there will be a Q and A session. Questions will be taken from the University of Tokyo students first.
Date 20:30–22:00 (JST), 18 March 2022
Venue Online venue, registration necessary at Google Form
Lecturer Prof. Noam Lubell, the University of Essex
Moderator Ai Kihara-Hunt (Associate Professor, the University of Tokyo)
Language English
Materials https://www.icrc.org/en/document/guidelines-investigating-violations-ihl-law-policy-and-good-practice
Organizers Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), The University of Tokyo;
Research Center for Sustainable Peace (RCSP), Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), The University of Tokyo;
International Law Training and Research Hub (UOTIL HUB), The University of Tokyo;
Global Praxis class, Global Komaba, The University of Tokyo

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