The UEA Law School and British Red Cross Humanitarian Law Project would like to offer you the opportunity to attend workshops on 3 key areas of International Humanitarian Law. These will help inform your understanding of the standards that govern warfare, issues faced when enforcing these standards, their effectiveness and the role of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
The sessions work as both stand alone sessions and as a series, so feel free to sign up for as many as you want.
Each workshop is available on 2 dates (all Wednesday afternoon):
Balancing Military Necessity with Humanity: 20th February 3-4pm E Fry 1.01; 27th February 1-2pm Congregation Hall 0.17
Means and Methods of Warfare: Weapons: 13th February 3-4pm E Fry 1.01; 27th February 2-3pm Congregation Hall 0.17
Enforcing International Humanitarian Law: 27th February 3-4pm Congregation Hall 01.07; 6th March 2-3pm 0.17 Congregation Hall.
The workshops are open to anyone within the university that is interested. There are a maximum of 20 places per workshop, which will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
To register RSVP to Stephanie.Berry@UEA.ac.uk, with the following information: The date and title of the workshops you would like to attend; and your name, school and course.