The academic members of EDICA teach several courses, at UCL or at other universities, and have also produced a MOOC which is available on the internet since March 2017.
Courses at UCL
Raphaël van Steenberghe and Jérôme de Hemptinne teach the course entitled "International Humanitarian Law", given to students of the Master in Law at UCL, as well as the course on "International Protection of the Person I", given as part of the new Master of Specialisation in Humanitarian Action.
Raphaël van Steenberghe also supervises the seminar on "International Protection of the Person", also part of the new Specialized Master in Humanitarian Action. Finally, he is the director of numerous final dissertations in law.
Courses outside UCL
Raphaël van Steenberghe teaches the course on public international law at the Royal Military School of Belgium and, jointly with Jérôme de Hemptinne, the course entitled "Situation of persons in times of armed conflict" at the University of Lille (France).
Jérôme de Hemptinne teaches International Humanitarian Law at the University of Strasbourg and International Criminal Law at the Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law.
Raphaël van Steenberghe and Jérôme de Hemptinne have completed a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in international humanitarian law. This is a multi-week course available on the internet, which explains international humanitarian law using different types of learning bases: texts, videos, quizzes, interviews, discussion forums, etc. The course is based on a series of lectures, lectures, interviews and discussions. At the first edition of MOOC, launched on 22 March this year, more than 8,000 students were registered from more than 170 different countries.
The next edition, which will be available from 3 October, will offer two MOOCs: one, « International Humanitarian Law », at an advanced level, which is part of the MicroMasters in International Law and therefore allows students to obtain credits for the Specialised Masters in International Law at UCL; and the other, "An In-Depth Introduction to International Humanitarian Law", at an intermediate level and requiring less involvement, which is also more suitable for those working in the field.