As a response to the continuing spreading of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Italian government has imposed a total lockdown across the whole national territory and restrictions of public and private activities, limiting them to the essential public services, food and health. Furthermore, the situation all over Europe is getting worst day by day and serious restrictive measures are taken by all European government.
For these reasons the International Institute of Humanitarian Law informs that, regrettably, will have to postpone all the training activities planned for the months of March, April, and beginning of May until further notice. The evolution of the situation will be regularly assessed, and decisions made by the Italian government, as well as by the Liguria Region, strictly followed.
The Institute places the safety of its staff, collaborators and participants in its activities as top priority.
We kindly invite you to check regularly the Institute’s website as well as the social media official pages to be informed about the new dates of courses.
The Institute apologises for any inconvenience that this decision might cause, and it counts on your understanding that the reasons for postponing the activities are beyond its control.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the person in charge of the course.