The APCML is pleased to announce that it is hosting a 2-day conference entitled Respecting Military Law. Dates: 12 & 13 March Where: University House, Woodward, Melbourne Law School, Level 10, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053 Register: click here Program: click here The purpose of the conference is for academics, researchers, and practitioners to […]
What: 1-day masterclass intensive When: 13 February 2019 Where: ASPI Auditorium, 40 Macquarie St, Barton, Canberra 2600 This Masterclass session is designed to give participants a strategic overview of global challenges facing efforts to strengthen the WPS agenda in 2019. The full agenda and registration details are available here.
What: Panel Meeting/Research Paper Launch When: 14 December 2008 Where: Graduate Institute | Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2 | 1202 Geneva | Switzerland A panel meeting in Geneva will coincide with the launch of a new Chatham House research paper on the “incidental harm” aspect of the proportionality calculus in IHL. The panel will consider the types of harm that […]
What: Panel discussion. When: 29 October 2018 5:30 – 7:30 PM Where: RMIT 1st floor, Council Chamber Building, 1 (Francis Ormond Building) 124 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, VIC Register Here Most wars today pit States against armed groups, so engaging with such groups is vital for all those working to promote compliance with the law and strengthen […]
What: Conference When: 19 – 21 October Where: Australian National University, Kioloa Coastal Campus A Future Strategic Leaders Congress conference later this month will examine strategic security dimensions of space policy, systems and capability across government. In particular, the event will consider Australia’s current and future role in this domain. Full details and registration are available here.
What: Policy forum When: 17 October 2018 Where: available to watch online here The IPI Global Observatory will host a policy forum event aimed at enhancing awareness of how counterterrorism measures and their implementation may adversely impact delivery of impartial humanitarian assistance in armed conflict zones. In particular, it will examine the current UN counterterrorism framework. Details, a […]
What: Public discussion When: 18 October 2018, 6 – 7:30 pm Where: United States Studies Centre, Sydney A forthcoming public discussion between Alliance 21 fellow Madelyn Creedon and academic Gorana Grgic will consider the implications of gender imbalance in the foreign policy and national security sectors, and how this can be rectified. Tickets and further details are available […]
What: Panel discussion. When: 20 September 2018, 6 – 7pm Where: Australian Institute of International Affairs (ACT) On the eve of the 2018 International Day of Peace, the Australian Institute of International Affairs has organised a panel discussion to discuss contemporary approaches to peacebuilding . Panellists include: Miranda Forsyth John Braithwaite Full details and registration/tickets are available here.
The Australian National University’s Women in National Security Conference returns in 2018, and will take place on 24-25 October this year in Canberra. The event is hosted by the ANU’s National Security College, in partnership with the Australian government and Thales Group. This year, the topic of the Conference is “Power, Security and Change”. Numerous […]
Responsibility of Political Parties for Crimes in Armed Conflicts: Regulatory Challenges and Solutions
Lunchtime Seminar Date: Wednesday 26 September Time: 1:00 – 2:00pm Where: Room 920, Level 9, Melbourne Law School This event is open to the public. Register Here Information: Assistant Professor Aleksandar Marsavelski, Zagreb University Some of the worst atrocities known in human history are attributable to political parties: from the Armenian genocide committed under the […]