ESIL supported conference on the ICC’s contribution to the development and enforcement of international humanitarian law
The Centre for International Humanitarian and Operational Law (CIHOL) and the Palacký University, Faculty of Law, in Olomouc (Czech Republic) have the pleasure to invite you to a conference on “ICC´s Contribution to the Development and Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law” on 11-12 February 2021.
The conference will be in-person, but in case this should be not possible (e.g. due to continuing travel restrictions, etc.), the conference will take place on-line.
That international criminal courts and tribunals have always played a significant role in the development and enforcement of IHL is a matter of fact. Enough is to mention the seminal Tadić case which remains one of the most important legacies left in this field by the ICTY. Since the ICC has been actively operating in the field for more than 15 years (situations in Uganda, DRC and CAR were referred to the Court in 2004) it is now possible to critically evaluate and assess what is the role of the ICC in the development and effective enforcement of IHL.
CALL FOR PAPERS (now closed)