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Round table discussion ‘Reporting conflict: Media professionals and international humanitarian law’

Reporting Conflict

Thursday, 12 March 2015 What is the media’s role in reporting on armed conflict? How can knowledge of international humanitarian law¬†aid journalists in their reporting? Speakers Anne Bennett, Executive Director, Hirondelle USA Roy Gutman, Middle East Bureau Chief, McClatchy Newspapers

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Armed Conflict, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law

HREA offers a range of e-learning courses and training workshops on armed conflict, human rights and humanitarian law. Courses and workshops include: Humanity in War: Introduction to International Humanitarian Law Reporting Conflicts: International Humanitarian Law for Media Professionals Droits des

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HREA conducts survey for media professionals for development of e-course on international humanitarian law

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HREA is conducting a survey of media professionals for a new self-directed online course for journalists on the laws of armed conflict and war. The course will aim to raise the capacity of media professionals, from journalists reporting from conflict

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HREA awarded grant from United States Institute of Peace

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Funding will facilitate international humanitarian law online course to media professionals in four main languages  For immediate release 10 June 2013 A $39,368 grant from the United States Institute of Peace will allow HREA to proceed with its proposal to

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HREA publishes Educator’s Guide to ‘Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know’

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HREA is pleased to announce the publication of its Educator’s Guide for the second edition of Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know. This Guide, developed in cooperation with the Crimes of War Project (publisher of the second edition)

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HREA receives funding for educator’s guide on war crimes

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HREA has received funding from the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) to develop teaching materials for the highly acclaimed book Crimes of War: What the Public Should Know. Crimes of War was published on the eve of the fiftieth

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