Ezequiel Heffes is a thematic legal adviser at Geneva Call. Prior to this, he worked as a field and protection delegate and as head of office for the ICRC in Colombia, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ezequiel holds an LL.M. in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights from the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and a law degree from the University of Buenos Aires, School of Law (Argentina). He has participated in different research projects and published articles and book chapters on a variety of international law topics, including in the International Review of the Red Cross and in the Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law.
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Administration of justice by armed groups: Some legal and practical concerns
13 mins read Analysis / Armed Groups / Detention / Law and Conflict / Religion Ezequiel Heffes
Ten armed groups share their views on education in armed conflict
12 mins read Analysis / Armed Groups / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict Ezequiel Heffes & Carolin Nehmé
Can religious leaders play a role in enhancing compliance with IHL?
12 mins read Analysis / Armed Groups / Generating Respect for IHL / Law and Conflict / Religion Ioana Cismas & Ezequiel Heffes
The establishment of courts by armed groups: what is the legal basis?
10 mins read Analysis / Law and Conflict Ezequiel Heffes