Symposium on Tilman Rodenhäuser’s Organizing Rebellion

Symposium on Tilman Rodenhäuser’s Organizing Rebellion

Over the coming ten days, along with the fantastic Armed Groups and International Law blog, we are happy to co-host a book symposium on Tilman Rodenhäuser’s new book, Organizing Rebellion: Non-State Armed Groups under International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law, published by Oxford University Press. In addition to comments from Tilman himself, we have the honor to hear from this list of renowned scholars and practitioners: Marco Sassòli, Katharine Fortin, Laurie Blank, Ezequiel Heffes, Daragh Murray, Melanie O’Brien, Mathias Holvoet, Sareta Ashraph, and Adejoke Babington-Ashaye.

From the publisher:

The number of non-state actors, in the past not accountable for committing international crimes or violating human rights, is proliferating rapidly. Their ways of operating evolve, with some groups being increasingly fragmented and others organizing transnationally or in cyber space. As non-state armed groups are involved in the vast majority of todays armed conflicts and crisis situations, a new and increasingly important question has to be raised as to whether, and at what point, these groups are bound by international law and thereby accountable for their acts.

Breaking new ground in addressing international human rights law, international criminal law, and international humanitarian law in one swoop, Rodenhäusers text will be essential to academics and practitioners alike.

As this is a co-hosted symposium, half of the contributions will be found here at Opinio Juris and the other half at Armed Groups and International Law. We will try to cross-link, but keep an eye on both websites to follow along. We look forward to the conversation!

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