Rules of Engagement (ROE) are instructions issued to military forces which relate to the way in which those forces are to interact with their operational environment with a view to achieving their assigned missions. This course provides an introduction to the concept, construction and interpretation of Rules of Engagement.
This course is designed to familiarise non-military audiences, who may deal with militaries, with Rules of Engagement. The course will be of interest to, for example, journalists, policy advisors, NGO staff, and other non-military agencies or organisations who foresee a need to engage with Rules of Engagement as a concept or tool, such as law enforcement agencies.
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Introduction to ROE will be taught by Associate Professor Rob McLaughlin. Rob has been teaching, advising, and researching in the operations law field for many years. He is one of the co-authors of the International Institute for Humanitarian Law's Rules of Engagement Handbook.
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- Fundamentals of ROE
- Using the ROE handbook
- Use of force and ROE
- Armed conflict ROE
- ROE for law enforcement operations
- Multinational operations and ROE
- Analysing and drafting ROE
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