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The NATO School in Co-Operation with
The International Institute of Higher Studies
in Criminal Sciences (ISISC)
announces its 2011
Shari’a Law and Military Operations Seminar
28 November – 2 December 2011
at the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), Siracusa, Italy
This seminar is offered because of its immediate importance to NATO’s ongoing missions: the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan (ISAF), Operation Unified Protector, Kosovo Force (KFOR), support to the African Union mission in Somalia (NSM Somalia) and for the African Standby Force, NATO Training Mission–Afghanistan (NTM-A) and NATO Training Mission–Iraq (NTM-I); and NATO’s numerous supporting relationships with Mediterranean Dialogue countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Mauretania, Morocco and Tunisia), Istanbul Cooperation Initiative countries (Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar) and other countries such as Pakistan where Shari’a Law applies.
The goal of this seminar is to provide instruction to military officers, legal advisors, operational planners, political and policy advisors by internationally pre-eminent scholars on Shari’a. The seminar will offer an introduction to Shari’a Law, specifically discussing crime and punishment in the Sharica, law of armed conflict, religiously motivated political violence, women’s and minorities’ rights and operational issues. The proposed schedule is attached to this notice.
Place: International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), Via Logoteta 27, Siracusa, Italy
Date: 28 November – 2 December 2011
Registration deadline:25 September 2011
Fee: 439,00 Euro
To register, forward (by email or fax) the attached NATO School Seminar Joining Report to the ISISC Programme Coordinator Ms. Stefania Lentinello
(email@example.com; fax: +39-(0)931-67622). The Joining Report can be downloaded from the website of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences http://www.isisc.org or from the website of the NATO School http://www.natoschool.nato.int. The Course Fees are € 439,00, which include enrolment, participation in the lectures and student materials. Hotel, flight and other means of transportation, on-site transportation, social events, sightseeing, drinks and meals are not included in the course fees. The fees should be paid in advance by wire transfer. Further information on payment of the fees, on travel and accommodation will be sent with the registration confirmation.