Vincent Sautenet's picture
Humanitarian Law & Policy:
Civilian Direct Participation in Hostilities, Conduct of Hostilities, International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, Non-State Armed Groups

<p>Vincent Sautenet joined the ICRC as Legal and Training Adviser in 2009. He is in charge of on-site and online training for academics, humanitarian professionals and policy makers. He holds a LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex, United Kingdom, focusing on the law of armed conflict and international criminal law, and a master&#39;s degree in Public International Law from Clermont Ferrand Law Faculty, France. He worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) from 2002 to 2009, first as legal officer in charge of the legal unit of the press and information services, then as legal officer at the Appeals Chamber. He drafted the Judicial Supplement, the ICTY law review and supervised and contributed to the drafting of the Brdjanin, Bralo, Deronjic, Galic, Sljivancanin, Hadzihasanovic and Mrksic appeals judgements. He published articles mainly on the ICTY case-law, including on command responsibility.</p>