International Society for Military Law and the Law of War
Société Internationale de Droit Militaire et de Droit de la Guerre
Sociedad Internacional de Derecho Militar y Derecho de la Guerra
Международное Общество Военного Права и Права Войны

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XIth Seminar for Legal Advisors of the Armed Forces
Stockholm, Sweden 28-31 March 2017
Hosted by Swedish Defence University
“Contemporary Challenges for Legal Advisers in International Military Operations”

Legal framework for use of force in training and advisory missions: the case of Syria and Iraq.
Michael W. Meier, Special Assistant for Law of War Matters, Office of the Judge Advocate General, International and Operational Law Department of the Army, U.S.A.

Gender implications in recent conflicts: the NATO perspective
Lieutenant Colonel John Moore, Legal Adviser /Gender Adviser, NATO Joint Warfare Center, Stavanger, Norway.

Prevention and responding to sexual exploitation and abuse during peace operations.
Colonel Ben Klappe, Office of the Special Coordinator on improving UN response to sexual exploitation and abuse, UNHQ.

Legal Aspects of Influence Operations
Pontus Winther, lecturer and PhD candidate, Swedish Defence University.

Human trafficking and peace operations
Professor Dr Marco Odello, Reader in Law and Director of International and External Engagement at Aberystwyth University, UK.

The Military Justice System in the United Arab Emirates, Staff
Brigadier (legal) Salem Jumaa Rashed Al Kaabi, Director of the Military Justice Directorate, United Arab Emirates.

The Oslo Manual on Select Problems of the Law of Armed Conflict.
Arne Willy Dahl, Judge Advocate General (ret), Norway.

New Military Technologies and the Law.
Brigadier-General Professor Dr. Paul Ducheine, National Defence University, The Netherlands.

Legal framework of Offensive Cyber Operations.
Colonel Gary Corn, Staff Judge Advocate, US Cyber Command.

Autonomous Weapons.
Dr. Bill Boothby, Associate Fellow Geneva Centre for Security Policy