ICRC seminars on protection of civilians in conflict situations

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is organizing
practice-oriented seminars for professionals experienced in the fields of
humanitarian action and human rights. The main topic of these training
sessions is the protection of civilians during armed conflicts. The
forthcoming seminars will address the following subjects:

   Protection of civilians: information gathering, processing and
   methodology (12-14 March 2002)

   Protection of civilians: influencing state and non-state actors (9-11
   April 2002)

   Protection of civilians: operations on behalf of specific groups (14-16
   May 2002)

The seminars are organized by ICRC staff in cooperation with outside
experts (practitioners, academics...) and the method used includes
presentations, case-studies, team work and discussions.

For further information please visit http://www.icrc.org/ecogiaprotsem

Fatoumata Kaloga
ICRC / International Organizations Division

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