Roman Nekoliak CCL Coordinator of International Relations completed PILPG training on international crimes

The course is structured to guide an individual or a team through all aspects related to atrocity crimes, including an introduction to international criminal law, concepts of international humanitarian law, an overview of atrocity crimes in international law and Ukrainian domestic law, their controversies, avenues for prosecution of perpetrators of atrocity crimes, jurisdiction, and procedures.

Public International Law & Policy Group is a global pro bono law firm specializing in peace negotiations, post-conflict constitutions, and transitional justice. The PILPG, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, operates as a non-profit, global pro bono law firm providing free legal assistance to its clients, which include governments, sub-state entities, and civil society groups worldwide.

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