Regional course in the law of armed conflict: Southeast Asia

For the second consecutive year the Indonesia Programme has been supporting a regional course in humanitarian law in cooperation with TNI, FRR Law Office and the International Institute for Humanitarian Law, Sanremo.

Course participants figuring out how to demonstrate precautions in attack.

Sanremo course in Indonesia

The regional course spanned over two weeks from April 28th to May 2nd, 2014 and took place at TNI’s Peace Keeping Training Centre in Sentul near Bogor. The course followed the course plans of the Foundation course in Law of Armed Conflict regularly organised by the International Institute for Humanitarian Law (IIHL) in Sanremo.

Participants from across Southeast Asia

In addition to Indonesian participants, both civilians and military, there were officers from Bangladesh, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Singapore and China attending the course. All endured two intensive, but rewarding weeks up in the rolling hills of Sentul. In addition to Director of IIHL's Military Department Colonel James Johnston, Danish, Irish and Indonesian instructors taught at the course.



Published Aug. 22, 2014 4:27 PM - Last modified Aug. 26, 2014 5:06 PM