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Category Archives: Program on International Law and Armed Conflict Blog Posts
Strategies for consensus-building and decision-making
Sabrina Bruno and Eric Blay This is the fourth in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. The goal of the Somalia simulation was … Continue reading
Discerning the interests and priorities of diverse stakeholders
Katrina Younes, Rob Alfieri, Aaron Zaltzman This is the third in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. During the simulation of a National … Continue reading
Legal, political, strategic and ethical dimensions of the 2011 famine
Elspeth Graham & Laura Snowdon This is the second in a series on the use of Somalia in Crisis role play in a law school course on International Humanitarian Law. Read the Introduction. The United Nations declared a famine in … Continue reading
Experiential Learning in the International Humanitarian Law classroom
This post was written by Rebecca Sutton, who taught the Somalia in Crisis role play during the Re-Imagining International Humanitarian Law course at University of Western Ontario Law School. This is the first post in a series; in subsequent posts … Continue reading
Law, Ethics, and Policy in Humanitarian Crises: A Student Perspective on New Simulations
New Products: Somalia in Crisis: Famine, Counterterrorism, and Humanitarian Aid By Danae Paterson In the fall of 2014, the Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict (PILAC) offered prototypes of two case studies under the thematic umbrella … Continue reading