Specialist Courses

The courses depicted in the map below are a sample of the 26 worldwide trainings conducted by IICI in the last three years.

Somalia | January 2016

Preparation of Security Guidelines for Legal Aid Providers Supporting Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Survivors.

Kosovo | March 2016

SGBV documentation workshop Co-organised with Kosovo Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims and supported by the UK government’s Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI).

London | April 2016

Workshop on the Documentation of International Crimes and Grave Human-Rights Violations. The focus was on security, analysis and evidence collection and storage. 

Liberia | April 2016

Workshop: Strengthening the Investigation Capacity of Global Justice Research Project (GJRP). Focussed on interview techniques, documentation and safety and security. 2016 & 2017

Ramallah | August 2015

Palestine Negotiations Affairs Department, Workshop on International Law and the UN System.

Doha, Qatar | August 2016

Investigation and Documentation Workshop for Human Rights Workers in Afghanistan. The government of Finland provided the IICI with a partial grant to train twenty human rights and other professionals from Afghanistan on the investigation of international crimes and egregious human rights violations.

Gaziantep, Turkey | August 2016

Workshop on documentation protocols for Syrian activists. This workshop was organised and led by No Peace Without Justice.

Liberia | 2014

Investigation skills training for Civitas Maxima.

Beirut, Lebanon | 2015

Three-day workshop for staff of Syria Commission of Inquiry.

Addis Ababa | June 2015

Training on the investigation, prosecution and hearing of sexual offences in Somalia: Preparation of Security Guidelines for Legal Aid Providers Supporting Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Survivors in Somalia.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

OSCE Project – Investigation of War Time Sexual Violence.

Nuremberg, Germany | 2014

Wayamo Foundation Kenya Project International Criminal Investigations Training.

Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo | March 2015

Training in collaboration with REDRESS for civil society organisations in the eastern DRC relating to the International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict.

The Hague | April 2015

Training of trainers relating to the International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict.

Dakar, Senegal | November 2015

JRR-UN Women, Investigation of Sexual and Gender Based Violence as International Crimes Course.

Bangkok, Thailand| December 2016

Investigating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence as International Crimes. A joint initiative of the IICI, Justice Rapid Response (JRR) and UN Women.

Seoul, South Korea| April 2017

Investigating Sexual and Gender-Based Violence as International Crimes. A joint initiative of the IICI, Justice Rapid Response (JRR) and UN Women.

Bogota Colombia | January 2015

Investigation of Sexual and Gender Based Violence as International Crimes Course with JRR and UN Women, 19 to 25.

Washington DC | September 2014

Certification Workshop for US Justice Agencies.

We had a colleague on mission from Geneva a while back, and when they found out I had completed the IICI investigators course they mentioned that it was the ‘gold standard’ of training and that more human rights officers needed to do it. Could not agree more.

Participant of the Scenes of War Crimes Course

I too feel honoured to have been part of such a valuable training event and gained a wealth of knowledge from all of your expertise in a variety of areas

Student of the Analysis skills Course

The course was definitely an extraordinary experience.

Student of the course International Investigator