Centre for International Law & Post Graduate Department in Law, ILS Law College is organizing a 2-day International e-Conference on International Humanitarian Law and Future Warfare on April 28 & 29, 2022.
About ILS Pune
The Indian Law Society was established in 1923 as a Public Charitable Trust registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1960. It is a non-profit organization established with the sole purpose of imparting legal education.
The Society is a voluntary association of persons, who came together with a pledge to launch legal courses having social utility and social relevance. The founder members of the Indian Law Society were the legal luminaries like Sir Narayanrao Chandavarkar, Shri J. R. Nanasaheb Gharpure, Diwan Bahadur and P. B. Shingane.
About ILS Law College
Established in 1924, ILS Law College is one of the oldest law schools in India and has been playing a pioneering role in legal education and scholarship in the country.
About the Conference
The history of war is as old as mankind. This can be traced back to the human instinct of aggression and the will to dominate others. Although wars have been fought in many different ways and developments in military technology and warfare will continue to happen, the current developments have opened new arenas of conflict such as cyber space, outer space and mental space.
These new battlefields have posed a variety of ethical and legal concerns for international humanitarian law, which is specifically designed to regulate the instances of armed conflict and protect the victims of armed conflict.
This new era of warfare has challenged the traditional concepts of war, peace and security. With the emergence of new means and methods of warfare there is an urgent need to deliberate upon them.
In furtherance of this need, Centre for International Law & Post Graduate Department in Law, ILS Law College is organizing a 2-day International e-Conference on International Humanitarian Law and Future Warfare on April 28 & 29, 2022.
Objectives of the Conference
Shedding light on and understand the concept and phenomena of the ‘future warfare’
Understanding the ethical, legal concerns raised by new means and methods of warfare in the light of international humanitarian law.
Deliberating upon the measures to mitigate risks associated with new battlefields and military technologies.
Dates of the Conference
The conference will be held from April 28 to April 29, 2022, virtually.
Every person interested to participate in the conference must register here by paying the registration fees.
Last date for registration for the conference is April 25, 2022.
For any queries, write at centreforinternationallaw[a]ilslaw.in.