MICIC and international disaster law

Location: Sanremo, Italy

IOM's MICIC team presented policy and operational perspectives on migrants' inclusion in disasters at IFRC's international disaster law course. 

The 5-day course is organized by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law  in collaboration with IFRC, the International Disaster Law Project, the Italian Red Cross and the EU Jean Monnet Module on “International and European Disaster Law” Roma Tre University.

The course offers a comprehensive overview of the main practical, diplomatic and military issues related to the legal aspects of disaster prevention and management activities, and is tailored towards practitioners (e.g. staff of civil protection departments; staff of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies; NGOs) involved in disaster management; graduate and post-graduate students with an interest in International Disaster Law and Humanitarian issues; and professionals with an academic background in the areas of law, security studies, international relations, humanitarian assistance or other related fields, eager to expand their knowledge on International Disaster Law.