Report: Panel Discussion on ‘The Role of International Criminal Law in Fostering Compliance with International Humanitarian Law: Past and Future Perspectives'Published 7 December 2016
Launch of Vol. 17 of the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law “1914-2014: WWI Centenary, 100 Years of Warfare Evolution” and the new issue of the International Review of the Red Cross on “The Evolution of Warfare”.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the T.M.C. Asser Instituut’s International Humanitarian and Criminal Law Platform (IHCL Platform) hosted a panel discussion in the beginning of November 2016 that examined the role of international criminal law (ICL) in fostering compliance with international humanitarian law (IHL). This discussion took place within the framework of the ICRC’s Conference Cycle on ‘Generating Respect for the Law’.
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