Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. | Español

Department of International Law > OAS

Courses, Workshops and Seminars - January 2014

Course on International Humanitarian Law (CJPA, 2014)

The Sixth Course on International Humanitarian Law will take place on January 30, 2014 at the OAS headquarters (1889 F St. NW, Washington, D.C., Padilha Vidal room) at the OAS headquarters (1889 F St. NW, Washington, D.C., Padilha Vidal room).

Course on International Humanitarian Law (CJPA, 2014)

The course aims “to promote knowledge of and respect for international humanitarian law and related regional instruments, including measures for their effective implementation.”, and is organized pursuant to a mandate contained in General Assembly resolution 2795 (XLIII-O/13), “Promotion of and Respect for International Humanitarian Law,” which instructed the Permanent Council to organize the course through the Committee on Juridical and Political Affairs and with support from the Department of International Law of the General Secretariat and in coordination with the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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

Participation: The course is open for representatives of the Permanent Missions of the Member States, staff of the General Secretariat of the OAS, as well as the general public.

Registration: Spaces for this course are limited. Those interested in participating in the course must complete the online registration form: Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 29, 2014.

OAS webcast: The course will also be transmitted live through the OAS webcast site: Those who will be following the course via webcast do not need to register for the course.

Certificates of attendance: Certificates of attendance to the course will be awarded only to registered participants that attend all the classes of the course. Participants will be required to sign an attendance form. Certificates will be sent by mail after the course is over. It is important that each participant provides his address or office number (for OAS Staff) on the registration form. Those following the course via webcast will not be entitled to receive a certificate.

Links/Documents related to the Course:

For additional information about Courses, please visit our Website »

For additional information about the Department, please visit our Website »