As part of the efforts of the Center’s training department to raise awareness of the provisions of the international humanitarian law, the first training course on international humanitarian law and its means of implementation was launched in Tripoli on Saturday in cooperation with the Euro-Mediterranean monitor for Human Rights (Geneva). A number of the interested in the legal field of governmental and non-governmental personnel have joined the course which will last for six days, four hours a day.
Participants will train on the rules and provisions of war that restrict armed conflicts in addition to make it known for them the categories of the properties and possessions that are protected by the International agreements which are stated in the international humanitarian law. A group of experts from the international committee of the red cross (ICRC) is going to supervise the activities of this session. The session will conclude its programme with the establishment of a mock court to reflect the proceedings of a trial before the Court of International Crimes.