Judges-trainers of the National School of Judges learned how to teach a course on the application of international humanitarian law (IHL) and international criminal law (ICL)

On November 26-27, 2019 the USAID New Justice Program supported the National School of Judges in providing training of trainers on the application of International humanitarian law (IHL) and International criminal law (ICP) standards. Training of trainers is the final stage in the development of the training course and a prerequisite for its integration into the judicial training process.

During the event, judges-trainers can acquire not only knowledge and skills in the application of International humanitarian law and International criminal law in cases related to armed conflict, but also receive methodological and teaching guidance and advice on how effectively deliver this course. The course is designed as a 2-day training course using interactive methods of training the adult highly professional audience. The structure and content of the course are conditioned by the context of Ukraine’s consistent fulfillment of its international obligations, in particular as regards the Geneva Conventions and the Additional Protocols thereto.

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