Humanity in War: An International Humanitarian Law Primer for Professionals – SPRING DATES

 

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We are excited to announce additional dates for the first half of 2016 for Humanity in War: An IHL Primer for Professionals course taught by the IHL Unit at the American Red Cross!

Humanity in War: An IHL Primer for Professionals is a one-day course designed to introduce participants to the Red Cross global network, the Geneva Conventions, and the core principles and protections for victims of armed conflict.

Classes are held at ARC headquarters at 2025 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20006 from 9am to 4:45
pm.

Upcoming class dates for the first half of 2016 are:

January 14 (waitlist only)

February 11

March 3

April 14

May 12

June 9

You can register by emailing IHLaw@redcross.org with the date(s) you are interested in attending.

There is no charge for the class, unless you are an attorney applying for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits – questions about CLE should be sent to federico.barillasschwank@redcross.org.

7 responses to “Humanity in War: An International Humanitarian Law Primer for Professionals – SPRING DATES

  1. A colleague and I from the Red Cross in Eugene, Oregon want to drive to the Seattle session on January 30th. I noticed a $99 fee for that event, while the following is free. Is there a difference between the two? Any chance there are staff waivers?

    Happy Monday (and thank you!)
    Sarah

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