Membres de la CIHEF
En vertu de l'article 90 du Protocole I, l'Etat dépositaire - la Suisse - convoque à des intervalles de cinq ans une réunion des Hautes Parties contractantes en vue d'élire les Membres de la Commission. A cette réunion, les Membres sont élus au scrutin secret sur une liste de personnes pour l'établissement de laquelle chacune des Hautes Parties contractantes peut proposer un nom.
Les Membres de la Commission servent à titre personnel et exercent leur mandat jusqu'à l'élection des nouveaux Membres à la réunion suivante. En cas de vacance, la Commission y pourvoit en tenant compte des dispositions de l'article 90 du Protocole et du Règlement de la Commission.
En vertu du Règlement de la Commission (règle 2, lettre 2), avant d'entrer en fonction, tout Membre doit faire la déclaration suivante:
«J'exercerai mes fonctions de Membre de cette Commission avec impartialité, en conscience et en conformité avec les dispositions du Protocole et de ce Règlement, y compris celles concernant le secret.»
Les Hautes Parties contractantes veillent à ce qu'une représentation géographique équitable soit assurée dans l'ensemble de la Commission.
Les quinze Membres actuels ont été élus à la réunion des Hautes Parties contractantes du 8 décembre 2016 à Berne.
La Présidente, le 1e Vice-Président et les trois Vice-Présidents forment ensemble le Bureau. Ils étaient élus par les quinzes membres de la Commission lors de la première rencontre annuelle de la nouvelle Commission (le 20 février 2017 à Genève).
Pour voir la liste des anciens membres de la CIHEF, cliquez ici.
Membres actuels de la CIHEF
Première rangée:Vice-Président Dr. Mohamed Mahmoud Al Kamali (Emirats Arabes Unis), 1e Vice-Présidente Dr. Elzbieta Mikos-Skuza (Pologne), Président Prof. Thilo Marauhn (Allemagne), Vice-Président Dr. Robin McNeill Love (Royaume-Uni), Vice-Président Ambassdeur Alfredo Labbé (Chili)
Deuxième rangée:Prof. Rachid Belhadj (Algérie), Prof. Francisco Rey Marcos (Espagne), Dr. Réka Varga (Hongrie), Prof. Stelios Perrakis (Grèce), Dr. Åsa Molde (Suède), Dr. Justinas ilinskas (Lithuanie), Me Laurence Boillat (Suisse), Prof. Mario J.A. Oyarzábal (Argentine), Prof. Shuichi Furuya (Japon), Dr. Abdulla Rashid S.A. Al-Naimi (Qatar)
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Président de la CIHEF
(depuis 20 février 2017)
Membre depuis 2006
Professor, Dr.iur., M. Phil. - Born 1963 in Lüdenscheid.
He studied law at the Universities of Mannheim, Bonn and Heidelberg and International Relations at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK.
From 1990 to 2001, Thilo Marauhn was a research assistant/fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International law, Heidelberg.
He passed his state examination in law at Heidelberg (1990), obtained the Diploma in International Law and Relations at Aberystwyth (1986), the doctorate in law (Dr.iur.) at Heidelberg (1994), the Master of Philosophy at Aberystwyth (1995) and the "Habilitation" at Frankfurt/Main (2000).
He worked as Professor of European Law at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, in 2001. Since 2001, Thilo Marauhn has been a Professor of Public Law, International and European Law at the University of Giessen, Germany, and Permanent Visiting Professor of Constitutional Theory at the University of Lucern, Switzerland. In addition, he was visiting professor / lecturer at the following universities: University of Bergen (Norway), University of Lapland (Rovaniemi, Finland), University of Warwick (UK), Northwest University (Potchefstroom, South Africa), University of Wisconsin (Madison/USA), Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre, Brazil).
Thilo Marauhn participated as project leader in a number of international research projects, including projects on private military and security compagnies (2008-2011) and on the legal status of unmanned aerial vehicles (2010-2012). He also served as a coordinator of various projects networking African Universities (since 2009).
He is Chair of the Governing Board of the African Law Association (Gesellschaft für afrikanisches Recht, since 2009). Thilo Marauhn is also Vice-Chair of the Commission for International Humanitarian Law, German Red Cross.
Apart from acting as a consultant for the German Government and International Organizations, Thilo Marauhn served on the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (Chairperson 2006-2009) and he is a Member of the Advisory Board of the German Foreign Office to the United Nations.
1e Vice-Présidente de la CIHEF(depuis 20 février 2017)
Membre depuis 2001
Elzbieta Mikos-Skuza est née en 1959. En 1982, elle est diplômée avec mention de la Faculté de droit de Varsovie (Pologne).
Elle étudie également à l'Institut des sciences sociales de La Haye (Pays-Bas) où elle suit deux programmes: Droit international et développement (Diplôme avec mention en 1985) et Développement, droit et justice sociale (diplôme en 1985). En 1991, elle obtient le titre de docteur en droit de l'Université de Varsovie.
Depuis 1982, - avec plusieurs interruptions pour études ou congés de maternité - elle enseigne le droit international public à la Faculté de droit de l'Université de Varsovie. Elle enseigne aussi occasionnellement dans d'autres universités et centres universitaires, par exemple l'Académie polonaise de défense nationale, le Collège de l'Europe et l'Université de Rovaniemi en Finlande.
Les publications de Mme Elzbieta Mikos-Skuza (manuels et articles) traitent du droit international public en général et du droit international des conflits armés en particulier.
Elle est expert auprès du Ministère polonais des affaires étrangères. Depuis 1981, elle est engagée volontaire dans la Croix-Rouge. Elle est actuellement vice-présidente de la Croix-Rouge polonaise, membre de son Conseil national et présidente de la Commission de la Croix-Rouge polonaise sur le droit international humanitaire, étant, entre autres, responsable des cours de droit international humanitaire que donne la Croix-Rouge polonaise. Elle est expert du Mouvement de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge dans de nombreux groupes de réflexion, de discussion ou de travail.
Elle est également membre de l'Institut international de droit humanitaire de San Remo et du Comité de l'Association de droit international sur l'usage de la force. En 2001, elle a été élue membre de la Commission internationale humanitaire d'établissement des faits. Depuis 2002, elle est vice-présidente de cette Commission.
Mme Elzbieta Mikos-Skuza est mariée et a deux enfants.
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Vice-Président de la CIHEF
(depuis 3 avril 2012)
Membre depuis 2012
Justice. Dr Mohamed Mahmoud Al Kamali is General Director of the institute of training and Judicial Studies in Abu Dhabi, UAE. (Under Secretary of Minister of Justice).
In his capacity as manager of the institute, he is responsible for applying the plan outlined by the scientific board of the Institute and representing the country in the international and local conferences on Judicial Training and studies and other legal issues. He is also a lecturer of the institute.
Dr Al-Kamali was appointed as Director of the Judicial Inspection Department in the Ministry of Justice from 2000 to 2004. He supervised the practical training in the University Of UAE in the educational court from 1998 to 2000. He also held the position of the Chief of the Federal Court of First Instance in Al-Ain from 1997 to 2000. Furthermore; he was an Appeal Judge in the Appeal Court of Ajman from 1996 to 1997. He was appointed as a Senior Judicial Inspector in the Ministry of Justice from 1995 to 1996. He worked from 1987 to 1990 as an assistant Judge, in a mandatory state, General Prosecutor in Al-Ain Prosecution.
Dr. Al-Kamali holds a Bachelor in law from the college of Sharia and Law, UAE University (1987). He also has a Diploma in International Commercial Law. Dr. Kamali also holds a PhD in Law (1995) and his area of expertise is related to "Development of Intellectual Property in the UAE".
He is a member in many organizations and societies:
Member of Committees to review federal laws in ministry of Chairman of Legal Negotiating Team in FTA Negotiations between UAE, USA and with Australia.
Chairman of GCC Patents office.
Vice-Chairman of the National Committee of international Humanitarian Law.
Member of Arab Women's Association of International humanitarian Law.
National Coordinator for Axis of Judicial Development and Verdicts Enforcement under the care of UNDP.
Member of the National Anti-Money Laundering Committee.
UAE Representative in the International Humanitarian Fact Fining Commission.
Dr. Al Kamali is a member and the chairman of the UAE delegation team participating in many International and regional conferences , workshops and meetings related to different legal and judicial subjects like (organized crime , International Criminal Court , money laundering , corruption , crime of aggression, transitional justice, confronting counterfeiting and piracy, criminal's extradition and judicial and legal cooperation, judicial system and court administration, intellectual property law , cyber crimes , International Humanitarian Law).
Dr. Al Kamali is the author of numerous publications on intellectual property, trademarks, corruption, reconciliation committee, money laundering and International Humanitarian Law.
Vice-Président de la CIHEF
(depuis 20 février 2017)
Membre depuis 2017
Ambassador Labbé read law at the University of Chile, and the Pontifical Catholic Universities of Ecuador, and Perú, and graduated at the "Andrés Bello Diplomatic Academy in Chile. He concluded his Post-graduate studies at the Chilean War Academy, Santiago.
At the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Labbé served as Director General for Foreign Policy, as a Permanent Representative to the United Nations and the International Organisations in Vienna, as the Director for International and Human Security, as Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in New York, as Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva, as the Deputy Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament, as the Head of the Disarmament and International Security Department, as Chargé d'Affaires to the Syrian Arab Republic, as Deputy Chief of Mission in Hungary, as the Head of the South American Department at the Directorate for Bilateral Policy, and as Diplomatic Secretary at the Embassies of Chile in Perú, Nicaragua and Ecuador.
Along his career, Ambassador Labbé developed expertise in cultural, neighboring and multilateral diplomacy, particularly in International Security and Disarmament, UN Reform and Human Rights. He has worked to develop and strengthen International Humanitarian Law and humanitarian-related Disarmament International Law, contributing to the negotiation, universalisation and implementation processes of the Ottawa Convention, the Oslo Convention and the Arms Trade Treaty.
Since 2005, Ambassador Labbé has been associated to the NPT Review process. He has chaired the II Conference of the States Parties and Signatories to the Treaties establishing Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones, and headed the Chilean Delegation to the III Conference on Humanitarian Consequences of Nuclear Weapons. He now teaches at the Chilean War Academy Postgraduate Programme (2016-present). He has been appointed as Non-Resident Fellow of the Stimson Center, Washington, D.C (2016).
Robin McNeill Love
Vice-Président de la CIHEF
(depuis 20 février 2017)
Membre depuis 2017
Dr. Robin McNeill Love has served in the United Kingdom's Royal Navy from 1981-2014. Graduating in Medicine from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London (1984), he later achieved Membership of the UK's Royal College of General Practitioners and UK Royal College diplomas in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Anaesthetics, and Aviation Medicine. Appointed Consultant in Occupational Medicine (2005), he was honoured in 2014 with Fellowship of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of London.
During his naval career, Dr. McNeill Love has served on a global basis in several of Her Majesty's ships. This has included service as Principal Medical Officer (PMO) in the Royal Yacht, HM YACHT BRITANNIA (1992-4), which provided him with a privileged insight into the power of diplomacy in furthering harmonious international relations. Service as PMO in the Aircraft Carrier HMS ILLUSTRIOUS (1995-7) involved the peaceful transition of the sovereignty of Hong Kong from the UK to China. Later senior appointments included Commanding Officer of the Royal Naval Hospital (RNH) in Gibraltar 2002-6. Promoted to Surgeon Captain in 2006 as President of the Naval Service Medical Board of Survey, he oversaw medical care and employability of significantly ill or injured Naval Service personnel. He was then appointed Deputy Defence Postgraduate Medical Dean (2009-10).
In 2011, Surgeon Captain McNeill Love attended the prestigious Royal College of Defence Studies (RCDS) in London. This was followed by his appointment as Assistant Head of Medical Policy at the HQ of the UK's Surgeon General (2011-13). This pivotal role involved policy creation for the UK's Defence Medical Services (DMS) and in addition he was the UK delegate to the NATO Military Healthcare Committee. During this time, Surgeon Captain McNeill Love became significantly involved with issues concerning International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and Military Medical Ethics. Playing a key role in the formation of the UK DMS Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee, he also worked to enhance IHL training for DMS personnel.
Appointed an Honorary Physician to HM The Queen (QHP) in 2013 he was then promoted to the UK 1* rank of Surgeon Commodore as Head of the Royal Naval Medical Service. Surgeon Commodore McNeill Love retired from the Royal Navy in December 2014.
Since 2015, Dr. McNeill Love is employed as a Consultant Occupational Physician in the City of London and between 2016 and 2017 he also worked for the UK's National Air Traffic Services (NATS).
A member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House') and life-member of RCDS, Dr. McNeill Love maintains close liaison with the International Law Department of the British Red Cross. He is a Regional Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, a Member of the UK's Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management and a Fellow of the UK's Chartered Management Institute.
Dr. Robin McNeill Love was a trustee of a UK Military Charity between 2015 to 2018. He reluctantly did not extend in this role to allow time for his other commitments, including the IHFFC. He was appointed to the Medical Board of The HALO Trust in 2018. From July 2018 to July 2019, he was elected to be the Prime Warden of the City of London's Worshipful Company of Blacksmiths.
On 8 January 2019, Dr McNeill Love was greatly honoured to be appointed by HM Lord-Lieutenant for Greater London to be a Deputy Lieutenant (DL) for Greater London. This role involves supporting HM The Queen and the Royal Family within the Greater London Lieutenancy.
Membre depuis 2012
Shuichi Furuya is a professor of international law and his major fields of research are international criminal law, humanitarian law and human rights law. He is a full time professor of law at Waseda Law School and currently an Associate Dean for Academic and International affairs.
He was born in 1958 and graduated from Chuo University Faculty of Law, Tokyo, in 1981. He obtained an LL.M. from Waseda University Graduate School of Law in 1983. He was also a visiting professor of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) at Utrecht University, and a visiting fellow of the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law at Cambridge University.
He is a Co-Rapporteur of the Committee on Reparation for Victims of Armed Conflict, International Law Association (ILA). In this capacity, he has been making comparative researches on mass claim procedures which were established after international or non-international armed conflicts and to which individual victims of violations of international humanitarian law were entitled to submit their claims for damages. Accordingly, he is currently drafting Procedural Standards for Reparation Mechanisms. He is also a member of Editorial Boards of Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights and of Japanese Yearbook of International Law. He serves for various academic societies including the Executive Council of Japan Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law, the Executive Council of the Japanese Society of International Law and the Science Council of Japan.
He published more than 50 articles in English and Japanese on international criminal law and humanitarian law including the topics of reparation for victims of armed conflicts, participation of victims to international criminal justice and a model statute of ad hoc international compensation commission etc.
Abdulla Rashid S.A. Al-Naimi
Membre depuis 2017
Mr. Al-Naimi is a Senior Consultant Urologist with a special interest in teaching, research and administration underpinned by in-depth awareness of clinical governance and GMC Good Medical Practice.
Mr. Al-Naimi works at the Hamad General Hospital, where he serves as the Chair of the Research Committee. He completed a MSc. Leading in Managing in Healthcare Organizations at the Plymouth University, in the UK (2014-2016).
Mr. Al-Naimi is an active supporter of multiple organizations that aids war victims and refugees globally. He gained experience in Albania during Bosnian war, and currently visits the Turkish-Syrian border to support Syrian refugees, where he performs reconstructive urological surgeries for war victims requiring specialized surgical procedures unavailable in Syria. He has proven success demonstrating a positive response to pressure in often strenuous working environments and busy hospital settings spanning twenty years while championing the consistent delivery of first class care in all aspects of urology. He has served as the Chair of the Relief and Development Committee of the Qatar Red Crescent (2016).
Membre depuis 2001
Professeur des Institutions Internationales et Européenes, Département des Etudes Internationales et Européenes de l' Université Panteion d'Athènes.
Chaire J. Monnet ad personam "Démocratie et Droits de l'Homme dans l'UE"
Directeur du Master "Etudes Internaionales et Européenes" du Département des Etudes Internationales et Européennes de l'Université Panteion d'Athènes
Directeur du Centre Européen de Recherche et de Formation des Droits de l'Homme et de l'Action Humanitaire
Directeur Académique pour l'Université Panteion d'Athènes au Master Européen "Droits de l'Homme et Démocratisation", EIUC, Venire
Avocat, Mebre du Barreau d'Athènes (1975-)
Ancien Secrétaire Général aux Affaires Européennes au Ministère Hellénique des Affaires Etrangères (Février 1996 - mai 2000)
Représentant grec à la Conférence Intergouvernementale de l'UE de 1996 - 1997
Délégué grec à plusieurs conférences et institutions internationales (1983-), particulièrement à l'Union européenne (Présidences grecques pendant 1983, 1988, 1994) les Nations Unies, le Conseil de l'Europe, l'UEO, la Croix-Rouge etc.
Arbitre à la Cour de Conciliation et Arbitrage de l'OSCE
Membre de la Commission Européenne contre le Racisme et l'Intolérance (ECRI) du Conseil de l'Europe (2003-)
Membre de la Commission Internationale Humanitaire d'Etablissement des Faits (2002-)
Membre de la Commission d'Enquête sur le Liban, Conseil des Droits de l'Homme de l'ONU (septembre-novembre 2006)
Membre de la Commission Nationale (Hellénique) de Droits de l'Homme (2000-2005, 2010-)
Président de la Société Helléique de Droit International et Relations Internationales
Membre de l'Institut International de Droit Humanitaire (San Remo)
Professeur invité à plusieures Institutions et Universités en Europe
Conférencier et Professeur aux Hautes Écoles de Guerre des Forces Armées Helléniques, à l'Académie Diplomatique du Ministère Hellénique des Affaires Étrangères
Membre de plusieures associations et institutions académiques (Société Française de Droit International, Association de Droit International, etc.)
Auteur de plus de 280 publications (livres, essais, études, articles, rapports, etc.) en matière de Droit International, Protection Internationale des Droits de l'Homme, Droit International Humanitaire, Droit Européen, Institutions Européenes et Intégration européenne, Politique Étrangère Hellénique, etc.
Membre depuis 2017
Professor Belhadj received a diploma of medicine from the University of Algiers in Algeria, specializing in Forensic Medicine (1993). He has been a teacher at the Faculty of Medicine of Algiers (1994-present). He has also been a Pedagogical Director of the specialty of Legal Medicine, Medical and Ethical Law (2012-present). He is also the Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Medicine of Algiers, and the Director of Medical and Paramedical Activities of Mustapha University Hospital of Algiers.
Professor Belhadj is a specialist in the reconstruction of crime scenes, teaching at the level of the Superior School of the Magistracy of Algiers. He is responsible for the medical care of the guard at the Mustapha University Hospital of Algiers, and for the medical-judicial emergencies unit and the medical-legal examination of the accused persons. He has also a long experience in the practice of medical-judicial autopsies and expert of the Ministry of Justice in the field of personal injury (1994-present).
Professor Belhadj also participated as Responsible of the Scientific Commission on the management of provoked or natural catastrophes (Algiers attacks 1994-2007, flooding of Bab El Oued 2001, earthquake of Boumerdes 2003, Attack of Tiguentourine in 2013, crash of Ukrainian plane in the south of Algeria in 2014, Case of the monks of Tibhirine in the framework of an international rogatory commission).
Today, Professor Belhadj is the Head of Forensic Medicine Department at the Mustapha University Hospital in Algiers, President of the Algerian Society for the Development of Forensic Sciences, and continues his active involved with the ICRC in training judicial police officers and magistrates in the medical charge of the accused persons and the observance of the rules of procedure regarding the medical examination of persons in custody.
Membre depuis 2017
Licenciée en droit de l'Université de Fribourg et titulaire d'un brevet d'avocate, Laurence Boillat a passé les vingt années de sa carrière professionnelle dans le domaine de la poursuite pénale auprès de diverses institutions étatiques en Suisse, étant active également en parallèle comme présidente d'un tribunal militaire en tant qu'officier supérieur de l'armée suisse.
A la tête de la Police judiciaire du canton du Jura de 1998 à 2003, elle travaille pour l'Office fédéral de la police (fedpol) jusqu'en 2006, au sein de l'Etat-major pour le développement international et la gestion des crises en charge des dossiers stratégiques de coopération policière. Puis elle décide de mettre à profit son expérience policière en intégrant une autorité judiciaire, en l'occurrence le Ministère public de la Confédération où elle reste active jusqu'à fin 2015, avant de rejoindre le Ministère public du canton de Vaud. En tant que Procureure fédérale, Laurence Boillat a été responsable de l'enquête, de l'instruction et de l'accusation de procédures pénales nationales ou d'entraide judiciaire en lien avec la criminalité financière, le blanchiment d'argent, le crime organisé, la protection de l'Etat ou le terrorisme. Dès 2011, elle s'est spécialisée dans la poursuite pénale en Suisse des crimes internationaux que sont les crimes de guerre, les crimes contre l'humanité et le génocide, dirigeant à partir de 2012 le Centre de compétences Droit pénal international mis en place à cet effet.
Membre du Pool suisse d'experts pour la promotion civile de la paix et du Justice Rapid Response tous deux soutenus par le Département fédéral des affaires étrangères, Laurence Boillat a eu l'occasion de participer à la Commission internationale indépendante d'enquête de l'ONU à Beyrouth en 2005, aux Commissions d'enquête du Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l'homme à Conakry en 2009 et à Abidjan en 2011, ainsi qu'à deux missions à Bamako en juillet 2014 et en octobre 2015 en vue de soutenir les autorités judiciaires maliennes dans la poursuite des crimes de guerre commis sur leur territoire. Laurence Boillat est également membre de la Commission suisse pour l'UNESCO où elle s'occupe en particulier de la protection des biens culturels dans le cadre des conflits armés.
Membre depuis 2017
Dr. Molde received herMedical Degree from University of Lund, Sweden, specializing in general surgery in 1976. After spending almost twenty years as a surgeon, Dr. Molde went on her first missions for the ICRC in Ethiopia and Afghanistan in the early 1990's. Due to her meaningful experiences, she has been dedicated to humanitarian work in armed conflicts around the world.
In 1993, Dr. Molde served as a medical coordinator in Bosnia for the WHO. From 1994-2001,shewasa surgeon and Coordinator for theICRC in Geneva. In addition, she has conducted assessments of needs and discussions with authorities about access and acceptance, and the right and duties of medical personnel in conflict areas. She has also worked as detention doctor for prisoners of war in Irak and Russia. From 2002 to 2005, she was an Instructor to the Swedish Armed Forces in International Humanitarian Law, trauma care, and war surgery. From 2005 until 2007, she served as a Consultant in the emergency department of the University South Hospital in Stockholm, and from 2007 until 2011, she served as a Consultant for disaster preparedness in the Swedish National Board of Health. She was a board member of the Swedish Red Cross from 2002 until 2011, serving as the Vice President from 2008 until 2011. In 2011, she worked in Tunisia on the "Restoring Family Links" project.
Nowadays, Dr. Molde conducts courses in war surgery and trauma care for the ICRC around the world. She spent last year in North Korea, Ukraina, Turkmenistan, Tadjikistan, Kazakstan, and Pakistan.
Mario J.A. Oyarzábal
Membre depuis 2017
Mr. Oyarzábal has been the Legal Adviser to the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2016-present). The Office of the Legal Adviser furnishes advice on all international legal issues arising in the course of the Ministry's work, including promoting the development of, and compliance with, the country's compliance of International Humanitarian Law.
As a diplomat, Mr. Oyarzábal has served as Deputy Consul of Argentina in New York (1998-2005), and as Deputy Permanent Representative of the Argentine Republic before the United Nations Security Council (2013-1014). He has also litigated for Argentina before the International Court of Justice (2007-2010), and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (2010), and has represented Argentina in a range of international organizations.
Mr. Oyarzábal has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of La Plata Law School (1995-present), the University from which he received his JD, and his LLM from Harvard Law School (2005). His research areas of interest are Public International Law, Private International Law, and International Human Rights Law. He has conducted research and lectured extensively on International Law issues around the world. He is the author of four books and numerous articles published in collective works and in legal periodicals.
Francisco Rey Marcos
Membre depuis 2017
Francisco Rey has a Diploma on Sciences with a specialisation on Public Health and a Master Degree on International Relations. He has been a Co-director, researcher and consultant at the Institute of Studies on Conflicts and Humanitarian Action in Spain (2000-present), where he is a founder and member of the Board. He is in charge of research activities and training courses at different universities, co-operation with humanitarian NGO´s, and consultancy for different institutions, including the DG ECHO, the Spanish Government, the Dutch Government, the Spanish Red Cross, and MSF. He is currently a member of the Board of INSPIRE Consortium and works for DG ECHO in policy issues and training.
His previous experience was with the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement where he has developed different responsibilities (1986 to 2001). He has also completed research and teaching activities in some Spanish, European and Colombian Universities.
In addition, Mr. Francisco Rey Field has experience in different conflict and emergency contexts. He has served in Mozambique, Colombia, Haiti, Nicaragua, El Salvador, India, and the Philippines. In the last years, he has focused some of his research and consultancy in Colombia through cooperation with OCHA and NOREF on issues related to the humanitarian aspects in the peace process.
He is a member of the Active Learning Network on Accountability and Performance of Humanitarian Action, member of the Center of Studies of International Humanitarian Law of Spanish Red Cross, and a Board member of the Humanitarian Studies Institute in Colombia.
Membre depuis 2017
Réka Varga studied law at ELTE Budapest and Regensburg Faculties of Law and graduated at ELTE University Budapest. She defended her PhD thesis at Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest, on domestic prosecution of war crimes.
She is currently Head of International Law Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, and associate professor of international law at the Pázmány Catholic University Budapest. Earlier she was legal adviser of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Regional Delegation for Central Europe, then IHL adviser of the Hungarian Red Cross. Réka Varga participated as lecturer/trainer at numerous IHL training events for members of the armed forces, both for officers and military legal advisers, among others in Hungary, Austria, and Bulgaria. She is co-director of the Vienna Course on International Law for Military Legal Advisers, organized by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports and ESDC (European Security and Defence College). She is the co-editor of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law, author of a monograph and numerous articles on international humanitarian law and international criminal law.
Due to her previous and present assignments, Réka Varga has experience in multilateral diplomacy, negotiations related to implementation and application of international humanitarian law treaties and relevants fields of international criminal law.
Membre depuis 2012
Justinas ilinskas is born in 1974, in Vilnius, Lithuania.
He studied law at Vilnius University (Criminal Law specialization) (1997) and holds a Ph.D degree from Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius) (2001).
He currently serves as professor at the Department of International and EU Law at Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius where he teaches the following courses: International Humanitarian Law, International Criminal Law, and Introduction to Comparative Law. He is member of the National IHL Implementation Commission under the Ministry of Defense since 2003.
He is Member or acting as an expert for various Government-level working groups on International Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights Law as well as European Court of Human Rights matters. Dr. ilinskas is a lecturer at the Baltic Summer Academy of International Humanitarian Law (from 2003). From 2001 to 2005 he acted as a Senior Advisor and the Head of the International Law and EU Law Section at the Legal Department of the Office of the Seimas (Parliament) of Lithuania. From 2007 to 2009 he was Head of International Relations Department, Senior Research Fellow at Law Institute of Lithuania. Dr ilinskas is an acting expert for the Lithuanian Academy of Science (from 2011).
Since 2011, he is a member of the Lithuanian National Group of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (Hague).
Justinas ilinskas is also locally known as young adult fiction writer and free-lance publicist.