2nd IHL in Depth Course
Online, 24 May – 2 July
The International Institute of Humanitarian Law has for many years delivered general and specialised training programmes on IHL at the Institute in Sanremo. In the current circumstances attendance at such courses is extremely difficult and so, in order to continue its core mission of disseminating and encouraging compliance with IHL, the Military Department of the Institute has developed a number of online courses in the field. The first of these courses will be “IHL in Depth” which is available in English and French and will run from early January 2021.
The training programme explores key themes of IHL including, Classification of Conflict, Controls on the Use of Force, Responsibility and Accountability, Human Rights and IHL interaction, IHL Aspects of Partnered Operations and Future Technology.
The course is designed for military personnel both legal advisers and operators, civilians active in the IHL field including those from international and non-government organizations and others with an interest in developing a greater understanding of the themes.
The online training will adapt the standard Sanremo methodology of presentations and practical work taking advantage of the recently developed IIHL online learning platform. The programme will integrate live sessions, and practical exercise and case studies. Attendees will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the subject through self-paced study followed by live working groups and plenary sessions with the teaching staff. The course will run over six weeks with two live sessions of 120 minutes each week and self-paced working between live sessions. Study materials and texts will be available on the Institute Online Learning Platform.
The online course is hosted on the Institute’s Online Learning Platform, accessible via the Institute’s website at http://iihl.org/ (select “Courses”>“Online Courses”), or directly through the following URL https://www.elearning.iihl.org/.
The live sessions of the course will be delivered through Zoom, downloadable at https://zoom.us/download.
The course will be run separately in English and French and reasonable language proficiency is required. There will not be simultaneous translation.
The official Certificate will be released to participants who attend the course in full (including live and self-paced sessions).
Officers and practitioners interested in attending this course are invited to apply by submitting the application form they can find on this webpage.
Deadline for applications: 14th May.
For any additional information, please contact Ms Patrizia Di Pietro at firstname.lastname@example.org.