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Herstmonceux (UK) 2012 Thematic Workshop on Human Rights in Armed Conflict
The Thematic Workshops on IHL address critical challenges of International Humanitarian Law in current conflict situations. The two-day workshops complement the Core Professional Trainings on Humanitarian Law and Policy. Participants in the Thematic Workshops are expected to have completed the Core Professional Training in Humanitarian Law and Policy (or an equivalent multi-day training).
The August 2012 Thematic Workshop on Human Rights in Armed Conflict will be offered by PHAP in cooperation with the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University, hosted by the Bader International Study Center at the Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex (75 km south of London). It will follow directly a three-day standard Core Training on Humanitarian Law and Policy in the same location.
Please note that participation to the Thematic Workshops requires prior participation to a standard Core Professional Training on Humanitarian Law and Policy.
Please also note that, starting in the 2011 calendar year, all participants to Advanced Professional Trainings must be members in good standing of PHAP. (See Member Benefits and Dues.) There is no need, however, to apply separately for PHAP membership and for the trainings. Non-members may apply for trainings directly, and their applications will simultaneously be entered into the review process for PHAP membership.
How to apply for the Thematic Workshop:
Please use this external application form to apply for the training event.
If you are not yet a member of PHAP, your application for the training and your application for PHAP membership will also be processed simultaneously from the same form.
**** Please note that this training will start on Wednesday 08 August afternoon at 2pm and end on Friday 10 August at 12pm ****
600 EUR (see Fee and Payment Information)
August 8th, 2012 2:00 PM through August 10th, 2012 12:00 PM