On November 13, the “Webinar on IHL Research and Writing and the Indonesian Launch of the 2022 Edition of the Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law (APJIHL)” was held during the 17th Indonesian National Round of the IHL Moot Court Competition 2022, which is co-hosted by the Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga and the ICRC Regional Delegation for Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

Ms. Sahar Haroon, ICRC Regional Legal Adviser and APJIHL Managing Editor, provided a brief background of the published articles in the APJIHL 2022 Edition. Ms. Haroon also emphasized the importance of furthering discussions on IHL in the Asia-Pacific region and encouraged the participants to make use of the space in APJIHL to amplify their voices.

Mr. Jonathan Kwik, Doctoral Candidate at the University of Amsterdam and APJIHL Contributor, shared pieces of advice on the APJIHL publication process and getting published in general. Mr. Kwik also imparted that being a published author is beneficial as it helps in organizing one’s thoughts, receiving input from experts, making a name in the field, and creating opportunities for collaboration.

The APJIHL is a publication of the UP-IILS and the ICRC. The Journal seeks to produce peer-reviewed scholarly articles, book reviews, and commentary on significant developments and current issues in IHL and related fields with special focus on the Asia-Pacific region.

You may visit the APJIHL website to download the APJIHL 2022 Edition: https://apjihl.org/issue/2022-edition/

You may also submit your manuscripts for the fourth edition through the submission platform available at https://apjihl.org or through email to apjihl.upd@up.edu.ph, on or before 31 January 2023.

For more information, including submission guidelines for authors, please visit https://apjihl.org.

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