Public lecture by Luca Galantini "The UN Peacekeeping activities: an historical and juridical reconstruction from 1948 until now"

Public lecture by Luca Galantini "The UN Peacekeeping activities: an historical and juridical reconstruction from 1948 until now"
Luca Galantini, visiting Professor at the Jagellonian University of Krakow in Poland, University of Turku in Finland.

Peacekeeping, as defined by the United Nations, is a way to help countries torn by internatonal and civil conflicts create conditions for sustainable security, peace and human rights as provided by article 1 – Chapter 1 of UN Charter.
The United Nations Peacekeeping operations began in 1948. Its first mission was in the Middle East to observe and maintain the ceasefire during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. Since then, United Nations peacekeepers have taken part in a total of 63 missions around the globe, several of which continue today to grant the international cooperation between States in the field of International Humanitarian Law.
The peacekeeping forces as a whole received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1988.


Lecturer’s bio:

Luca Galantini has been Visiting Professor at the Jagellonian University of Krakow in Poland, at the University of Turku in Finland. He has been Scientific Adviser for European Political Institutional Cultural Relations to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Staff Member of the Italian Government at the Convention for the Treaty of the EU Constitution, Scientific Director of several research programs of the EU Commission regarding the processes of democratization, human rights and protection of linguistic, religious and ethnic identities in the Balkan States in pre-accession to the EU, Legal Examining Advisor on International Humanitarian Law of the Red Cross in training programs for the foreign humanitarian missions of peace-keeping.
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