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This year the event was virtual and held over four days, of which one day was spent looking at battlefield behavior and the integration of IHL/LOAC.
Professor Kashnikov was a panelist to discuss how Russian values, culture and norms can support the application of IHL/LOAC and how that is used in training to promote IHL/LOAC. The panel consisted of 3 other personnel and at this stage was joined by a Tanzanian Brigadier, a military imam of Bosnia-Herzegovina and a staff member from Sandhurst.
That day on battlefield behavior started at 09:00 (Geneva time) with a brief from resident expert, Dr. Fiona Terry talking about the ICRC methods of dissemination, integration and socialization of IHL.