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Humanity in War: An International Humanitarian Law Workshop

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USC Gould School of Law, Room 130

699 Exposition Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90089-0071

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Join us for a one-day instructor-led workshop designed to train current and future professional (attorneys, journalists, humanitiarians) to recognize and understand situations where international humanitiarian law - the law of war - might be applicable

Learn about:

  • Types of Armed Conflict
  • The Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols
  • Fundamental Principles and Protections afforded by international law to persons and objects
  • Distinction between Combatants and Civilians
  • Direct Participation in Hostilties by Civilians
  • Role of the Red Cross and humanitiarians in armed conflict

Instructors for the course:

  • Randall Bagwell: Director, American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Unit
  • Noah O'Connor: Regional Program Officer, American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Unit
  • Molly Kovite: Legal Advisor, American Red Cross Internatonal Humanitiarian Law Unit

Participation is Free

Parking Available for $12

A light breakfast and lunch provided

Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE):

USC Gould School of Law, a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider, certifies that this activity qualifies for a minimum continuing legal education credit in the amount of 6 hours.

Deadline for Registration is February 15, 2018

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