An International Humanitarian Law Primer for Professionals
American Red Cross, Greater New York Chapter 
Join us for a one-day, instructor-led course designed to train professionals to recognize and understand situations where international humanitarian law might be applicable.

LEARN:
• Classification of Armed Conflicts
• Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols
• Fundamental Principles of IHL and Protections Afforded by International Law
• Distinction Between Combatants and Civilians 
• Civilian Direct Participation in Hostilities
• Role of the Red Cross and Principled Humanitarian Action

AUDIENCE: 
This workshop is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys, professionals, law and graduate students in international relations, professionals from other related NGOs, and journalists.

REGISTRATION:
Contact the American Red Cross in Greater New York region at rflgny@redcross.org to register.

New York CLE Credits Available. 
Areas of Professional Practice: 6.5 credit hours.

Attendance is FREE Space is limited Registration is required

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