Posted on 23 November 2021
Organised by the Generating Respect Project, which is hosted at the University of York’s Centre for Applied Human Rights and York Law School, this conference brings together scholars, humanitarian practitioners and religious leaders. Join a stellar line-up of paper presenters and discussants to reflect on whether and how religious actors can generate greater compliance with humanitarian norms in times of armed conflict!
The conference's opening roundtable on Civilian engagement as a strategy to enhance norm compliance in armed conflict is co-organised with Geneva Call and moderated by Mr Ezequiel Heffes. We will have the pleasure to hear contributions from:
The closing roundtable on Peer Pressure as a strategy to enhance norm compliance in conflict situations is co-organised with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) and chaired by Dr Ibrahim Salama. We are honoured to hear expert insights from:
Free registration and the full conference programme can be accessed here.