Cet événement marque le lancement du livre: Génocidaire(s) : au coeur de la justice internationale pénale, par le Prof Damien Scalia, membre de notre faculté.
We are co-organizing this event at the 21st International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) with the University of Geneva Law Faculty and our faculty member Professor Sévane Garibian.
This side-event aims to highlight that protecting the rights of peasants, including by implementing UNDROP and fostering the transition to agroecology, is a clever way to respond to the current multiple crises.
This event will focus on the human rights of men, women and children who are currently still detained in North-east Syria, with an aim to propose concrete human rights- compliant solutions to these ongoing human rights violations.
AdobeHuman Rights Conversations
This Human Rights Conversation will explore the implications that legislative measures on hijabs, either banning or mandating them, have on the protection of women’s rights.
In this Opening Lecture of the Spring Semester, Madeleine Rees, Secretary-General of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, will explore the innumerable fault lines which can lead to violent conflict.
At this book launch, one of the book’s editors will discuss cultural heritage and mass atrocities with contributors to the book and specialists.
This event, co-organized with the ATLAS Network and GQUAL, will feature women with diverse experiences and career paths in international law.
This event will discuss the development of a new General Recommendation on the ‘Equal and inclusive representation of women in decision-making systems’ by the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
This IHL Talk will address today's place of nuclear weapons, including their humanitarian impact, the impact of technological advancements, the relevance of the deterrence narrative and implications on the international legal framework.