Workshop on Christian Ethics & International Humanitarian Law For School Of Philosophy “Seminari Pineleng”

Workshop on Christian Ethics & International Humanitarian Law For School Of Philosophy "Seminari Pineleng", diselenggarakan oleh STFSP dan ICRC.

Pada tahun 2019 kita telah merayakan 70 tahun Konvensi Jenewa (GC) yang meletakkan landasan Hukum Humaniter Internasional kontemporer yang membatasi konsekuensi kemanusiaan dari perang.

Tujuan utama dari lokakarya adalah:
1.  Memperkenalkan peserta lokakarya tentang konsep dasar HHI dan korespondensinya dengan etika Kristen;
2. Menjalin hubungan dengan Ahli Etika dan Teolog Kristen di SPSP yang memiliki minat untuk mengeksplorasi korespondensi antara Etika Kristen dan HHI serta prinsip-prinsip kemanusiaan;
3. Memprakarsai musyawarah dalam SPSP dalam menjajaki kemungkinan untuk memasukkan HHI dan prinsip-prinsip kemanusiaan ke dalam program pengajaran Sekolah.

Pembicara:
1. Novriantoni Kaharudin adalah penasehat urusan kerjasama ICRC dengan kalangan beragama, terutama Islam.
2. Dominic Earnshaw sebagai koordinator regional ICRC untuk urusan kemanusiaan di asia yang telah bekerja lebih dari 10 tahun terutama dalam peran manajemen di Thailand, Philippines, Afghanistan, Greece dan selama 18 bulan sebagai kepala ICRC di Kota Kinabalu.
3. Christian Donny Putranto is Head of Law and Policy/Legal Adviser at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Regional Delegation to Indonesia and Timor-Leste. In this capacity, Donny is responsible over ICRC’s dialogues on international humanitarian law (IHL) and humanitarian affairs with the authorities and other relevant stakeholders both in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Acting as the main focal point for IHL and other legal matters, Donny advises the relevant authorities on measures to implement IHL into domestic legal and policy frameworks and to promote IHL treaties. He also has lectured IHL in the Indonesian Armed Forces’ academies, the Indonesian Naval Staff and Command College, Timor-Leste’s Institute of Diplomatic Studies, and universities in both countries.
Prior to the current position, Donny worked with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Indonesia and Jordan. In this position, he analyzed and determined complex asylum claims (including in refugee camps) in line with the 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol. He also briefly practiced as a lawyer in Indonesia.
Donny holds a law degree from the Atma Jaya Catholic University, Jakarta (Sarjana Hukum) and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) with a distinction from the Melbourne Law School as an Australia Awards Scholar. A moot court aficionado and in addition to judging the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, Donny has judged IHL moot court competitions for the Asia-Pacific international rounds and for the national rounds of Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, and Japan since 2012. Lastly, he has authored journal articles on international human rights law, humanitarian law, and refugee law.
4. Ms. Sahar Haroon joined the ICRC in 2017 and is currently the Regional Legal Adviser for Southeast Asia and Japan. Previously, she was a Legal Adviser with the ICRC’s Delegation in Islamabad. Sahar has also worked as a Legal Adviser at the headquarters in Geneva covering the Near and Middle East.
Prior to joining the ICRC, Sahar received her formal education from Pakistan and worked with an International Law think tank while simultaneously consulting for the ICRC since 2016.
Since August 2020, she is also one of the two Managing Editors for the Asia-Pacific Journal of IHL and has written on pertinent issues of IHL, including on cyber warfare and protection of healthcare and the medical mission.
5. Dr. Budi Hernawan bergabung dengan ICRC sejak 2017 sebagai Penasehat Urusan Kemanusiaan dalam Departemen Global Affairs ICRC. Budi membidangi urusan kerjasama ICRC dengan lembaga-lembaga keagamaan Kristen, Katolik, Buddha, Hindu dan Khonghucu. Budi menyelesaikan studi S-1 Filsafat dan Teologi di Sekolah Tinggi Filsafat Driyarkara Jakarta serta S2 Antropologi & S3 Studi Konflik di Australian National University (ANU) di Australia. Sebelum bekerja di ICRC, Budi menjadi peneliti tamu di ANU dan the University of Melbourne juga postdoctoral fellow di ANU dan di the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), Belanda. Di Jakarta, Budi secara berkala diundang mengajar di Universitas Paramadina dan Sekolah Tinggi Filsafat Driyarkara.

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