The Geneva Academy has been granted leave by the European Court of Human Rights to intervene as a third-party – along with 26 governments – in the Inter-State case Ukraine and the Netherlands v. Russia
Daniel Fyfe follows our online Executive Master in International Law in Armed Conflict while working as an Associate Expert at OHCHR in Geneva on UN treaty bodies’ individual communications procedures.
Discover our resources and what our experts say about the situation in Ukraine, with regular updates to include new events, articles and comments!
Our podcast In and Around War(s) returns for a second season of conversations with our alumni on topical issues related to wars.
The new Working Paper published by our Geneva Human Rights Platform identifies convergences, challenges and best practices related to innovative digital human rights tracking tools and databases.
Myriam Haddad follows our online Executive Master in International Law in Armed Conflict while working as Legal Adviser at the ICRC in Libya.
The Right to Seeds in Africa explores the implications of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas for the right to seeds in Africa.
At a one-day customized workshop organized by our Geneva Human Rights Platform’s Training Hub, 15 Legal Advisors from different Permanent Missions in Geneva discussed the proposal for a pandemic treaty from a human rights perspective.
The Training Hub will offer, as of this year, two new annual training courses on business and human rights and on the implementation of international human rights standards.
Rodanthi Violaki tells about her background, the programme and what it will bring to her career.