The Center of Excellence, the Alioune Blondin BEYE Peacekeeping School in Bamako is looking for the Redeployment Training of Two Companies of the National Guard of Mali in International Law and Human Rights.
Monday, March 22, 2021 at the Camp of the National Guard of Mali began The Training of 250 Elements of the National Guard of Mali. This intervenes in the concern of promoting International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. Training session financed by the Netherlands through its Training Partner the Center of Excellence, the Alioune Blondin BEYE Peacekeeping School in Bamako directed by Colonel Souleymane SANGARE (Military Engineering).
Acting on behalf of the Chief of Staff of the National Guard Colonel Elisée Jean DAO, the Director of the Captain Cheick Oumar TOURE Center opened the ceremony. He showed the importance of
this Training in strengthening the capacities of FAMAS. On behalf of the Chief of Staff of the National Guard Colonel Elisée Jean DAO, thank the Center of Excellence, the Alioune Blondin BEYE Peacekeeping School in Bamako and Partner for the support given to the National Guard of Mali
National Guard Training Center Capital importance of this training
Indeed, the Center of E xcellence, the School of Peacekeeping Alioune Blondin BEYE of Bamako whose Director General Colonel Souleymane SANGARE is ready to better popularize International Law and Human Rights.
Thus, it was decided to support our FAMAS. For Training, it consists of the Pre-deployment of Two Companies of the National Guard of Mali. These Companies will then be deployed at KWALA and SOCOURA. Modules which will be treated there are the following 1-Module 'General Presented by L. Colonel Biné SISSOKO. The aim is to recall the Basics of the Law of Armed Conflict as well as the need to integrate the principles of said law into the process of operational decision making. 2 'Qualifications' module: Presented by Commander Abel POUDIOUGOU How to qualify an armed conflict? This Qualification allows Participants to understand Applicable Law 3Module 'International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights': Presented by Mr. SOW Aboubacary; This module consists of
highlight the difference between the Two Rights: -International Law: which is only relevant in times of armed conflict. International Humanitarian Law restricts the use of violence in armed conflict in order to spare those who do not or no longer take a direct part in hostilities while limiting violence to the degree necessary to weaken the military potential of the enemy. - Human Rights; which appears at all times. -The inalienable rights of all human beings, -protect individuals and Groups against attacks on their fundamental freedoms and dignity. -s' apply at all times and in all places -without discrimination and on an equal footing All times, the two cases of Rights have the same goal 'Preserving Human Dignity'
4 'Conduct of hostilities' module: Presented by Commander Abel Poudiougou; The aim of this course is to remind trainees of the mechanisms for applying (respecting) the basic principles of IHL / DCA during the conduct of Operations in order to respect the Rules of IHL / DCA during the action. 5-Module 'Rules of Engagement': Presented by L. Colonel Biné SISSOKO To act legally, it is necessary to have appropriate Rules of Engagement. This module is essentially based on three main Principles: - the principle of distinction which allows soldiers to distinguish military objectives and property and civilians.
Rules of Engagement (RDE / ROE): PURPOSE: The aim of this course is to increase awareness of the need and importance of Rules of Engagement (RDE / ROE) for Military Leaders and to understand their process. drafting and modification. 6 'Essential Rules' Module: Presented by Commander Andréa KONE