Pavle Kilibarda holds a LL.M. from the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. He previously worked at the ICRC’s legal training sector, the UNHCR office in Belgrade and the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights, engaging principally with the legal position of refugees and asylum-seekers in Serbia. He is the author of several publications dealing with international law and has spoken in various media outlets.
Posts by the contributor
Space law revisited (3/3): The regime of international liability in space
10 mins read Analysis / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Pavle Kilibarda
A new humanitarian law course for practitioners: Modernizing the ICRC’s approach to legal training
6 mins read Events and highlights / Law and Conflict Pavle Kilibarda & Etienne Kuster
Space law revisited (2/3): Are weapons of mass destruction prohibited in space?
8 mins read Analysis / Law and Conflict / New Technologies / Weapons Pavle Kilibarda
Space law revisited (1/3): The notion of ‘peaceful uses’ and the Outer Space Treaty
9 mins read Analysis / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Pavle Kilibarda
European ‘migrant crisis’: Avoiding another wave of refugees living in limbo
7 mins read Analysis / Humanitarian Action / Migration Pavle Kilibarda