Claudia Josi has participated in the Transpacific Workshop on International Law and Armed Conflict, co-sponsored by The International Committee of the Red Cross and the United States Pacific Command.
The workshop took place between 15 and 16 February 2018, at the U.S. Pacific Command, in Honolulu, Hawaii. It brought together experts from the ICRC, governments, military legal advisers and academia / think tanks to discuss current challenges in international humanitarian law.
Josi was part of a panel on Investigations Related to Potential IHL Violations, where she covered accountability measures to achieve justice for war crimes. The panel analyzed to what extent LOAC/IHL provides an obligation to investigate alleged violations, and whether such obligation would be only applicable in cases of allegations of war crimes. The event also covered mechanisms to trigger investigations, comparative analysis of investigatory procedures, as well as the relationship and interaction between IHL and IHRL.
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