More information on "Hybrid Warfare: Please follow the [link] for more information on the workshop. The paper discussed initial findings and observations from Mais' field work. Funktioniert das Weltstrafrecht in Deutschland? Gewaltbeziehungen und Gewaltgemeinschaften' 'Between perpetrators and victims. The meeting entitled "Overcoming Borders - Living in the Digital World" welcomed DAAD scholars from eighty-four countries to discuss digital reality and recent technological innovations. IFHV PhD students as well as external doctoral candidates made use of the occasion to ask questions and engage in discussions with the speakers.
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Lehrstuhl XII: Stochastik
During the intensive, interdisciplinary programmea diverse group of 28 German and international students attended lectures, seminars and exercises. Eighteen students from Bangladesh, Brazil, Germany, Nigeria, Pakistan and the US attended courses on the set-up of the humanitarian system, international law, and water, sanitation and hygiene. They analysed how this factor influences the individual wellbeing and the institutional management of refugee accomodations and which role civil society and religious organisation play in the moderation or cause of possible conflicts. Organized annually by the IFHV, the summer school offers participants insights into organizational, sociological and legal aspects of humanitarian crises as well as information about career prospects in the field of humanitarian aid. Please follow this [ link ] to access the report.
We will announce the new date in due time. The last edition have seen 40 Teams in 5 Level. Further information on the summer school can be found [ here ]. A piece by the IFHV's Professor Heintze on "Access to the victims in non-international armed conflicts and the humanitarian principles" has just been published. An expert on the study of African borderlands where the state is largely absent, particularly the eastern regions of the Central Africal Republic, her most recent research focuses on ethical considerations in peace operations. Jana Hertwig on sexualized violence in today's armed conflicts.