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Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict

Australian Red Cross and the University of Adelaide Law School invite you to attend an important conference ‘Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict’. This Conference is an opportunity to bring the issue of protections for cultural property in armed conflict to the fore in the thinking of Australian decision makers and provide a forum for […]

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Does international humanitarian law apply in outer space?

The International Committee for the Red Cross has launched a blog series on ‘Why Outer Space Matters’. As part of this series, A/Prof Dale Stephens has posted a piece on whether international humanitarian law applies to armed conflict in outer space. The International Committee for the Red Cross is an institutional contributor to the MILAMOS […]

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Associate Professor Dale Stephens delivers public talk on ‘War, Law and Who We Are’

On Thursday 31 July, Dr Dale Stephens spoke in Port Augusta on international law in conflict zones. Sponsored by the Red Cross, Dale spoke on his experience in war zones and his firsthand knowledge of the way the law is applied in combat operations. He discussed the reality of being in a combat zone, the […]

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Red Cross / AULSS 2014 IHL Moot Grand Final

On Monday 2 June the Red Cross/AULSS sponsored the International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Moot Competition Grand Final. Acting for the Prosecution were Ms Alexandra Lontos and Mr Patrick Leeson and acting for the Defence were Ms Sarah Ahern and Ms Desislava Gancheva. The Judges for the event were Ms Stacey Henderson, Dr Rebecca LaForgia and […]

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Law School co-hosts the ‘New Approaches to Preventing IHL Violations’ panel discussion

On Thursday 29th May 2014, the Adelaide Law School co-hosted with the Australian Red Cross (ARC) and the Swiss based International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) a panel presentation event dealing with the topic of ‘New Approaches to Preventing International Humanitarian Law Violations’. The Panel featured local and international experts and was welcomed to […]

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New Approaches to Preventing IHL Violations Panel Discussion

From virtual training tools to International Humanitarian Law (IHL), join the Australian Red Cross, ICRC and the University of Adelaide for this timely panel discussion exploring the roots of behaviour in war and innovations in the promotion of IHL. Co-hosted by the Australian Red Cross, the University of Adelaide and the ICRC Featuring a panel […]

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Adelaide Law School Students Achieve National Success in International Humanitarian Law Moot Competition

At the recent ALSA Conference held in Perth, Mr Mark Giddings and Mr Tomas Macura represented Adelaide Law School in the International Humanitarian (IHL) Moot competition. International Humanitarian Law deals with the regulation of armed conflict and provides strong legal protections for civilians as well as those hors de combat and is dedicated to ameliorating […]

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Adelaide and Flinders Law Schools Debate at Finlaysons on Cyber war

On 21 May at 5.30pm, as part of Law Week, an Adelaide University Law School team comprising Sarah Grant and Raffaele Piccolo (supported by Meaghan Kostecki) will debate a team from Flinders University Law School in the Finlaysons Boardroom (Level 12, 81 Flinders street) on the question of whether the existing rules of International Humanitarian […]

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Adelaide Law School academic to talk at debate about ‘Should healthcare workers be allowed into conflict zones given the risk to their own security?’

International Humanitarian Law provides legal protections for health care workers and medical facilities in unequivocal terms. Despite such legal protection, health care workers and health facilities in conflict zones have been the subject of specific attack in increasing numbers by both state forces and non-state actors. These attacks have necessarily compromised health care delivery with […]

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International Humanitarian Law Free Seminar

Free seminar Wednesday 28 March Time: 5.30pm for 5.45pm start Location: Lecture Theatre 2, Level 3 Ligertwood Building University of Adelaide, North Terrace, Adelaide There are areas of commonality and points of difference between international humanitarian law and the Responsibility to Protect principle. Both have a role to play in the protection of vulnerable populations […]

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