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    Country: Italy
    Organization: International Institute of Humanitarian Law
    Registration deadline: 31 May 2018
    Starting date: 02 Jul 2018
    Ending date: 13 Jul 2018

    • Improve your knowledge in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
    • Meet high-level practitioners, experts and academics from all over the world
    • Discover international Geneva by participating in conferences and lectures at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR) and the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG)
    • Receive a certificate in International Humanitarian Law from a unique center of excellence recognized all over the world active since 1970 in humanitarian training and diplomacy
    • Practitioners, academics and experts in this field will work together to improve the promotion and the implementation of International Humanitarian Law in today’s conflicts
    • The Sanremo Institute will welcome only 50 Participants, motivated professionals (diplomats, military officers, humanitarians representatives) and graduate students to follow this two weeks of intensive course run in English
    • Ten days in the beautiful Villa Ormond in Sanremo
    • Three days in the Institute’s liaison office next to the Palais des Nations in Geneva

    How to register:

    through our web page

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    Country: Italy
    Organization: International Institute of Humanitarian Law
    Registration deadline: 08 Jun 2018
    Starting date: 18 Jun 2018
    Ending date: 22 Jun 2018


    Over the last ten years, non-conflict disasters have killed nearly a million people and affected 1.8 billion world-wide. They are among the largest threats to human security and development facing the world today. Is international law stepping up? This one-of-a-kind course will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of existing international law and key regulatory issues related to the prevention and management of natural and man-made disasters. Through a mixture of lectures, practical exercises and group work, it will provide a dynamic and tailored learning environment.

    The programme seeks to offer a comprehensive overview of the main practical, diplomatic and military issues related to the legal aspects of disaster prevention and management activities. Topics will be covered using a plenary-based approach complemented by practical exercises designed to test the participants’ ability to find outcome oriented solutions through the application of relevant IDL provisions. The course is tailored towards practitioners (e.g. staff of civil protection departments; staff of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies; NGOs) involved in disaster management; graduate and post-graduate students with an interest in International Disaster Law and Humanitarian issues; and professionals with an academic background in the areas of law, security studies, international relations, humanitarian assistance or other related fields, eager to expand their knowledge on International Disaster Law.


    Speakers will include Dr. Eduardo Valencia-Ospina (Member of the International Law Commission, Former Special Rapporteur on the Protection of Persons in the Event of Disasters) along with other distinguished speakers from academia and key international organizations such as the IFRC, WHO, IOM.

    Target audience The course is designed for graduate and post-graduate students (in subjects such as law, humanitarian or development studies, international relations) as well as disaster management and humanitarian practitioners from government, international and regional organizations, NGOs, and Red Cross/Red Crescent National Societies

    How to register:

    through our web page

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    Country: Germany
    Organization: planP GbR
    Registration deadline: 29 Oct 2018
    Starting date: 09 Nov 2018
    Ending date: 11 Nov 2018

    Humanitarian aid workers that are sent on international disaster missions are often confronted with pregnant women and women giving birth. Important decisions regarding the well-being of mother and child have to be made without suitable intruments or any other support. For those aid workers that are not specialized in sexual und reproductive health (SRH) this involves a great amount of uncertainties.

    The course "Obstetrics Unplugged" is desigend to provide non-specialist humanitarian actors with theoretical and practical knowledge in an experience oriented manner enabling them to gain confidence on the topic of SRH and to secure the best possible outcome for mother and child.

    The course will be held in GERMAN LANGUAGE.

    Im humanitären Katastropheneinsatz werden Einsatzkräfte oft mit Schwangeren oder Gebärenden konfrontiert, oftmals in einem Setting, in dem ohne viele Hilfsmittel wichtige Entscheidungen getroffen werden müssen. Für alle nicht gynäkologisch und geburtshilflich ausgebildeten medizinischen Einsatzkräfte ist dies oft mit großen Unsicherheiten verbunden. Das Seminar „Geburtshilfe unplugged“ soll Ihnen theoretisches Wissen und praktische Fähigkeiten vermitteln, wie in verschiedenen Fällen mit der Patientin umzugehen ist, um das bestmögliche Outcome für Mutter und Kind zu erzielen.

    • Zielgruppe: Der Kurs richtet sich an (nicht geburtshilflich tätige) Ärztinnen/Ärzte, Rettungsassistenten und Pflegepersonal, sowie an Medizinstudierende

    How to register:

    Registration deadline: 10 days before the seminar, max. participants 12, min. participants 6

    Please register via or our website

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    Anmeldeschluss ist 10 Tage vor Kursbeginn, maximale Teilnehmerzahl 12, Mindestteilnehmerzahl 6
    Die Plätze werden in der Reihenfolge der eingehenden Zahlungen vergeben.

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