Reichman University (IDC Herzliya)
BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF PARTNER
Reichman University (IDC Herzliya) is Israel’s first privately funded and fully accredited university with a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programmes. Reichman University’s founders sought to create an Israeli university in which personal achievements go hand in hand with social responsibility.
Since its establishment in 1994 as Israel’s first private, non-profit institution of higher education, Reichman University has spearheaded a pioneering and innovative approach to interdisciplinary higher education. In the twenty-seven years since its establishment, Reichman University’s success has drawn both international recognition and some of the finest lecturers and researchers from around the world.
Reichman University is unique in its academic approach towards education, combining theory with real-world experiences. Rooted in the twin concepts of individual freedom and responsibility, Reichman University emphasises student’s entrepreneurship and leadership alongside strong commitment to community service.
PARTNER’S ROLE IN THE Nightingale PROJECT
The International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic (ICHL) at the Harry Radzyner Law School contributes with defining the legal framework of the NIGHTINGALE project. ICHL will identify relevant legal provisions, challenges and gaps, which will be summarised in the Code of Conduct and a legal position paper.
The framework will formulate the Road Map for all technologies and actors participating in the project and will integrate lessons learned and assessment of existing technologies and initiatives as the project advances to the next stages.
ICHL supports social and legal aspects of NIGHTINGALE, which include monitoring of different actors, technologies, and outcomes and reviewing their compliance with the existing legal framework.