Andrea Farrés Jiménez

Andrea Farrés Jiménez is a qualified Spanish lawyer specialized in international humanitarian law, international security and arms control. She graduated from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in 2019 with a master’s in International Law. Her master’s thesis focused on the impact that new technologies and artificial intelligence have on IHL targeting principles. She worked as a legal expert for the Norwegian Refugee Council, the Spanish Permanent Mission in Switzerland and in The Netherlands, and the World Organization Against Torture, among other organizations. She has published on issues related to arms controls, gender, new technologies and the IHL targeting principles.

News Roundup 24 August – 30 August

Haftar rejects GNA’s call for Libya ceasefire The SDF’s International Humanitarian Law Obligations to Islamic State Detainees During the Coronavirus Pandemic The Future of Myanmar’s Peace Process: Same Old Challenges or New Progress? UK Approach to Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict Explainer: Untangling the conflict in Libya Philippines: Significant Measures to Protect Conflict-Affected Children …

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News Roundup 17 August – 23 August

Burkina Faso’s new conflict front: Jihadists against jihadists Turkish backed armed groups clash in northern Syria Libya’s Government Announces Cease-Fire, Calls for Elections Faction of DR Congo rebel group surrenders after internal revolt Somalia: UN condemns ‘brazen’ terrorist attack on beachside hotel ‘State of anarchy’ in southern Colombia as 13 killed in a week, governor …

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News Roundup 27 July – 2 August

Colombian guerrillas are using coronavirus curfews to expand their control. Violators have been killed. Covid-19 as a threat to international peace and security: The role of the UN Security Council in addressing the pandemic Central African Republic: ICC Sets Trial Taliban accuses Afghan government of recapturing freed prisoners ‘Terrible harm’: 1,282 Afghan civilians killed so …

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News Roundup 20 July – 26 July

Non-lethal Assistance and the Syrian Conflict: Lessons from the Netherlands Why Armed Groups in Latin America Are Enforcing COVID-19 Lockdowns Darfur’s conflict could return to square one New report reveals risk of links between Sudanese conflict gold and major companies Children in Nigeria and surrounding countries, continuing to endure ‘horrendous violations’ Egypt’s Sisi wins parliamentary …

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News Roundup 13 July – 19 July

Colombia: Armed Groups’ Brutal Covid-19 Measures Mediation postpones initialling Sudan-armed groups peace deal Talks with Sudan’s Rebel groups Underway, Some Progress Achieved – Sovereignty Council Is a new Plan Colombia putting a fragile peace at risk? Forced displacement and violence fester four years after Colombia peace deal UNAMID voices concern over violent incidents in North …

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