With over 50 years of experience in designing and offering training programmes to government officials, military officials, civil society, and civilians, the International Institute of Humanitarian Law is a pioneer in promoting the dissemination, application and the development of international humanitarian law, refugee law, migration law and human rights.
“I commend the International Institute of Humanitarian Law for its efforts to provide training on international humanitarian law, as well as on international refugee law for a variety of audiences.”
"L'Italia, che ispira la sua azione umanitaria ai principi di umanità, neutralità, imparzialità e indipendenza, sostiene convintamente l'attività di approfondimento e ricerca dell'Istituto, [...] certa che l'Istituto di Sanremo continuerà a promuovere l'approfondimento e l'applicazione del diritto internazionale umanitario secondo il più genuino "spirito di Solferino"."
"In recognition of a significant contribution to the programme and objectives of the International Year of Peace, proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly, the Secretary-General designates the International Institute of Humanitarian Law as a Peace Messenger"
Javier Pérez de Cuéllar
Sanremo Round Table
Held in September since the foundation of the Institute, the Sanremo “Round Table on current issues of IHL” allows practitioners from the academic, diplomatic, military and humanitarian circles to meet informally and thoroughly discuss the most topical issues relating to the promotion, respect and development of IHL, human rights and many other related issues in the framework of the globally-renowned “humanitarian dialogue in the Spirit of Sanremo”.
Sanremo Review on IHL
For the very first time in its history, the IIHL is inviting its Members to contribute to its mission by delivering articles to be published in a “Sanremo Review on IHL”, which will address the most crucial and current issues of the implementation and respect of the IHL principles all over the world.
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