19 Oct Joint Symposium with Armed Groups and International Law on Compliance in Armed Conflict
Over the coming week, along with Armed Groups and International Law, we are thrilled to co-host a symposium on Compliance in Armed Conflict: New Avenues to Generate Respect for Humanitarian Norms.
Scholars and practitioners who will be weighing in include: Ezequiel Heffes and Ioana Cismas (co-organizers of the symposium), Emiliano Buis, Katharine Fortin, Hyeran Jo, Fiona Terry, Ahmed Al-Dawoody, Jonathan Zaragoza, Yolvi Padilla, Chris Rush, Mohamed Assaleh, Louise Sloan, Ibrahim Salama, Michael Wiener, Nontando Hadebe, Annyssa Bellal, Pascal Bongard, Melina Fidelis-Tzourou, Anki Sjöberg and Anne Schintgen.
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. Keep an eye on both websites to follow along. We look forward to the discussion!
Here’s a list of running posts and links:
Ezequiel Heffes and Ioana Cismas, Symposium on Compliance in Armed Conflict: New Avenues to Generate Respect for Humanitarian Norms
Ahmed Al-Dawoody and Fiona Terry: Generating Respect for Humanitarian Norms: Research and Practice in Muslim Contexts
Mohamed Assaleh, Yolvi Padilla, Chris Rush, Louise Sloan and Jonathan Zaragoa-Cristiani: Religious leaders as brokers of humanitarian norm-compliance: Insights from the cases of Colombia, Libya, Mali and Myanmar
Ibrahim Salama and Michael Weiner: “Faith for Rights” in Armed Conflict
Nontando Habede, “No ceasefire for women!” Resisting violence against women in conflict and in “peace”: The role of The Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians
Annyssa Bellal and Pascal Bongard, Pariah or Stakeholders? Enhancing Compliance with Humanitarian Norms by Including Non-State Armed Groups’ Views and Practice
Melina Fidelis-Tzourou and Anki Sjöberg, Forgotten Freedoms: The Right to Free Expression in Areas Controlled by Non-State Armed Actors
Anne Schintgen, The Role of the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict