Development of the abilities that are necessary to understand the main issues of the syllabus, to use the appropriate hermeneutical methods for their solution, to present and critically evaluate the relevant positions of theory and international courts and to correctly implement the provisions of the Rome Statute of the ICC.
Course Content (Syllabus)
a. Fundamentals of International Criminal Law (history, basic features and sources of ICL) b. Individual Criminal Responsibility according to the Rome Statute of the ICC (commission, participation, omission, command responsibility, subjective require-ments of international crimes, defences) c. International Crimes (Genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, the crime of aggression, treaty crimes) d. International criminal procedure.