Dr Tilman Rodenhäuser is a thematic legal adviser at the International Committee of the Red Cross’ headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.
Prior to joining the ICRC in 2016, Tilman has worked with the German Red Cross, DCAF, the NGO Geneva Call, and the United Nations, with missions in Africa and the Middle East.
Tilman holds a PhD from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva and recently published the monograph ‘Organizing Rebellion: Non-state armed groups under international humanitarian law, human rights law, and international criminal law’ (OUP, 2018). He has also published various articles in renowned international journals and received different awards for his work.
Posts by the contributor
Detention by non-State armed groups: translating law to practice
11 mins read Analysis / Armed Groups / Detention / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict Tilman Rodenhäuser & Eloïse Lefebvre
Towards common understandings: the application of established IHL principles to cyber operations
9 mins read Analysis / Avoiding civilian harm during military cyber operations / Human Costs of Cyber / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Kubo Mačák & Tilman Rodenhäuser
Towards a ‘digital emblem’? Five questions on law, tech, and policy
10 mins read Analysis / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Tilman Rodenhäuser & Mauro Vignati
Safeguarding humanitarian organizations from digital threats
9 mins read Analysis / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Tilman Rodenhäuser, Balthasar Staehelin & Massimo Marelli
Signaling legal protection in a digitalizing world: a new era for the distinctive emblems?
11 mins read Analysis / Generating Respect for IHL / Health care / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict Tilman Rodenhäuser, Laurent Gisel, Larry Maybee, Hollie Johnston & Fabrice Lauper
The principle of non-refoulement under Islamic law and international law: complementing international legal protection in Muslim contexts
11 mins read Analysis / Generating Respect for IHL / History / Humanitarian Action / Islamic Law / Law and Conflict / Religion Ahmed Al-Dawoody & Tilman Rodenhäuser
Even ‘cyber wars’ have limits. But what if they didn’t?
11 mins read Analysis / Human Costs of Cyber / Humanitarian Action / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Tilman Rodenhäuser & Kubo Mačák
ICRC engagement with non-State armed groups: why and how
9 mins read Access / Analysis / Armed Groups / Humanitarian Action / Influencing Behaviour in Armed Conflict / Sexual Violence Jelena Pejic, Irénée Herbet & Tilman Rodenhäuser
Cyber attacks against hospitals and the COVID-19 pandemic: How strong are international law protections?
12 mins read Analysis / COVID-19 and conflict / Health Care / Human Costs of Cyber / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Kubo Mačák, Tilman Rodenhäuser & Laurent Gisel
Cyber operations and international humanitarian law: five key points
10 mins read Analysis / Cyber / Human Costs of Cyber / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Laurent Gisel & Tilman Rodenhäuser
Malware: A selection of essential cyber notions and concepts
9 mins read Cyber / Human Costs of Cyber / Law and Conflict / New Technologies Lukasz Olejnik & Tilman Rodenhäuser
Joint Blog Series: Better safe than sorry: Transferring detainees safely to Coalition Partners
3 mins read Detention / Joint Blog Series / Law and Conflict / Migration / Torture Tilman Rodenhäuser