Cet événement appartient à: Geneva Summer Schools 2022 (30.05.2022 – 26.08.2022)
International Law & International Humanitarian Law

International Law & International Humanitarian Law

27.06.2022 – 15.07.2022

Geneva has long been one of the world’s capitals of international law. The presence of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization and many other international organizations and NGOs make it a buzzing place in the field. This breeding ground naturally led to the focus and strength of the University of Geneva in international law. This summer course provides one of the easiest ways to have access to that world.


This course is made for students who are intrigued by international law or marvel at its day-to-day interactions with international politics, affairs and business. This is the opportunity for such students to get a crash course to introduce them to this fast moving, intellectually thrilling and profoundly humane field of the law. The course is shaped so as to bring out the best of current issues in international law, while remaining accessible to non-specialists and seeking to broach the main principles of “International Law 101”, so as to allow enthusiasts to go further.

At the end of this course, participants will have a general understanding of some of the cutting-edge issues in international law today. This will allow them to either orient their future studies or refresh and extend existing knowledge.

Lieu

Bâtiment: Uni Mail

MS130

Organisé par

Rectorat et administration centrale
Relations internationales
Faculté de droit

Intervenant-e-s

Makane Mbengue, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva
Thomas Schultz, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

entrée payante, 200.00 francs (inscription requise)

Classement

Catégorie: Formation

Mots clés: Droit international, Humanitarian Law

Inscription

Date limite d'inscription: 15.04.2022

Plus d'infos

www.unige.ch/genevasummerschools/programme/courses/international-law-internat...

Contact: missing email

Fichiers joints

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