The National IHL Competition is a four-day event organized by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent delegation in Israel. In the competition, teams of three students from different academic institutions in Israel participate in several rounds of simulations that not only test their knowledge of international humanitarian law but also their ability to apply it to real-life situations (such as giving legal advice on the legitimacy of bombing a bridge which is used to transport weapons to enemy troops but is also essential to the delivery of essential foodstuff to the civilian population).
The 2010 National IHL Competition will take place in Yad-Hashmona on 15 - 18 November and will be composed of 12 teams representing eight academic institutions.
The Joint International Humanitarinan Law (IHL) Forum of ALMA and the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya is an academic round table for an open discussion on IHL related issues.
Each Session will include a short lecture following an open round table discussion.
The possible topics for the forum sessions include (inter alia) recently published articles or advanced draft articles, recent relevant court rulings and interesting developments which can be related to IHL. The main lecturers in the Joint Forum are Scholars, PhD candidates and Practitioners from the IHL field.
Scholars, Practitioners, Researchers and Students who wish to take part in the ALMA's IHL forum - please write to Forum@alma-ihl.org
ALMA's IHL newsletter is going to be published in Hebrew.
ALMA's OpEds are going to be published in Hebrew.