Gabor Rona is Visiting Professor of Law at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he teaches international humanitarian law and international human rights law. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School.

He served for six years as a Legal Adviser in the Legal Division of the International Committee of the Red Cross and then ten years as the International Legal Director at Human Rights First, where he coordinated litigation, advised HRF programs on international human rights and humanitarian law and represented HRF with governments, the media and the public. He has also served as the interim head of Protection of Civilians, Policy Development and Studies Branch, UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.


Gabor Rona is a member of the Panel of Experts drafting the Tallinn2 Manual on application of international law to cyber. He is also a member of the United Nations Working Group on the Use of Mercenaries, a body of experts mandated by the UN Human Rights Council to monitor, report on, and study the development of new standards related to the human rights implications of the use of mercenaries, private military and security companies and foreign fighters. 


He has taught humanitarian law, human rights law and international criminal law at a number of institutions in Europe and the U.S. and has published extensively on these topics.

25 November 2016 

Human Rights in Cyberspace: the responsibility to respect, and ensure respect

Location: MGIMO University (76 Prospect Vernadskogo), new building  
Room 207

To attend the lecture please register here

26 November 2016


International armed conflict, non-international armed conflict, non-armed conflict: the significance of designations in the fight against terrorism

Location: Moscow State University, Law Faculty (1 Leninskie gory, bld 13)

Room 210b

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