Next year again with our IHL summer school "International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice"!
We are looking for a Student Assistant for one day a week (0,2 fte) as of 10 December 2018. Go to our vacancies page for further details: http://kalshovengieskesforum.com/vacancies/.
Our IHL online course is live! Thanks to everyone who contributed to the course, and also to our 1589 current participants who registered. We hope you will have an interesting learning experience. Do you want to know what motivated us to develop an online course on international humanitarian law? Have a look at this interview with Prof. Robert Heinsch: https://www.centre4innovation.org/news/mooc-ihl-interview. To sign up to our course, go to: https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law/.
Only 3 days until the launch of our #IHL online course, which includes among others a case study about the fictitious country Arfula. Join us! https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law
Thank you International Committee of the Red Cross Law & Policy for announcing the launch of our IHL online course in your latest newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/icrc/law-policy-newsletter-online-ihl-course-launch-of-proportionality-report-humanizing-borders-the-dead-under-islamic-law-more?e=f74b2a1dfb
Thank you Rode Kruis Humanitair Oorlogsrecht for sharing the pre-enrollment link of our online course "International Humanitarian Law in Theory and Practice" at your page. Only four days left until the launch!
The interview with our Director Prof. Robert Heinsch about the trial of Rwandan nationals before German courts under the principle of universal jurisdiction, published by DW Deutsche Welle, is now also available in English: https://www.dw.com/en/rwanda-genocide-trial-can-german-courts-prosecute/a-46125378.
An interesting interview with our Director Professor Robert Heinsch about the trial of Rwandan nationals before German courts under the principle of universal jurisdiction (in German), published by DW Deutsche Welle: https://www.dw.com/de/ruanda-prozess-funktioniert-das-weltstrafrecht-in-deutschland/a-46100913?fbclid=IwAR0HWXz7l-el4RCkSFc6E65qSrwHrHHgKmCIZsNIyzx3PmBeePnl_FmJa4Q
Is the use of armed drones compatible with the obligation to take constant care to spare civilians? This is what we asked Prof. Schmitt from the U.S. Naval War College during a very engaging podcast interview, that we recorded for our #IHL #MOOC. Enroll in our online course now at https://www.coursera.org/learn/international-humanitarian-law, which will go live 12 November!