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Courses, Workshops and Seminars - January 2012

Fifth Course on International Humanitarian Law (CAJP, 2012)

The Fifth Course on International Humanitarian Law will take place on Thursday January 26, 2012 at the headquarters of the Organization of American States: 1889 F St. NW, Washington, D.C. (Padilha Vidal room).

The course takes place pursuant to General Assembly resolutions AG/RES. 2575 (XL-O/10) and AG/RES. 2650 (XLI-O/11) on the "Promotion and Respect for International Humanitarian Law" which instruct the Permanent Council to organize the course through its Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs, with support of the Department of International Law of the General Secretariat and with the collaboration of the International Committee of the Red Cross.


Languages: The course will be held in English and Spanish, with simultaneous interpretation available in the four official languages of the Organization.

Participation: The course is open to staff of the permanent missions, staff of the General Secretariat, as well as for other interested persons.

Information: Additional information and documentation can be found at the following webpage:

Registration: Spaces is limited. Reserve your spot by registering online:

Webcast: The course will be transmitted live via webcast at the following site, for which registration is not necessary:

Certificates of attendance: Certificates of attendance will be provided to registered participants who attend all classes at the physical location. Certificates will be mailed after the course at the address indicated in the registration.

Contact. For questions or technical problems with the online registration, please contact Mr. Francisco Montero, from the Department of International Law, at the following email address:

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