2 years ago

When:
9 March, 2016

Location:
Room 2.27, Hancock Library West, ANU

Organised by:
ANU International Law Society


Interested in international humanitarian law? Don't know what it is and want to learn more? Competing in the ILS International Humanitarian Law moot and want some more info before the moot? If you answered yes to any of these then come along to IHL 101 with Heath McCallum from the Australian Red Cross!

Heath will be discussing the key principles and texts in international humanitarian law, and concepts such as classification of conflicts, applicability and enforcement mechanisms.

Anyone is welcome to attend, regardless of whether you are competing in the IHL Moot. This will be a great opportunity to learn and ask questions of an expert in international humanitarian law.