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Giovanni Mantilla 5h
My article on the internat'l politics behind the civilian protection rules codified in Additional Protocol I to the is out today! Both a new argument and a new history based on multiarchival research: Thread to follow later 🥳
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اللغة الانجليزية 24m
Kuwait at meeting on : ➡️Accountability for war crimes, genocide & crimes against humanity must be ensured. ➡️Human rights violations by all parties to a conflict must be condemned. ➡️Those responsible for targeting civilians in any form should be held accountable.
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Robert Mardini Aug 20
Here’s the full text of the PRST that the just adopted on International Humanitarian Law.
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Dr. Rebecca Sutton Aug 20
Who is perceived to be in the Central African Republic? How do & engage w/ in their daily work? My new policy brief on explores these Qs & reports prelim fieldwork findings. Exec Sum & Brief here in English
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Helen Durham Aug 20
Made to develop and strengthen your knowledge and help you keep track of topical IHL issues being tackled by , the first issue of the ICRC’s IHL bibliography for 2019 is now out. Study it here:
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Belgium UN New York Aug 16
consultations /: The humanitarian co-penholders 🇧🇪🇩🇪🇰🇼 strongly condemn recent airstrikes in South Idlib, killing humanitarian workers and destroying civilian infrastructure. We call upon all parties to strictly adhere to International Humanitarian Law .
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Robert Mardini Aug 20
just adopted a PRST on international humanitarian law . PRST highlights the protective power of 1949 . They are rules to protect the safety, dignity and well-being of people affected by armed conflict. Excellent this happened on .
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Ellen Policinski Aug 20
Looking for something to get ready for the school year? The library has published their latest bibliography!
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Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law & Armed Conflict 18h
- our Co Director - our Peace ‘n Sec ExecDirector - our current fellows and - our forthcoming fellow - our former Fellow Writing on
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Giovanni Mantilla 57m
Thanks Nicola! Hope it is that. Look fwd to any comments. It connects quite directly I think to your recent article w , and to the symposium about 's article w Neve, and Mathias Thaler
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ICRC NYC Aug 20
Newly adopted PRST comes on the 70th anniversary of . We at know that int’l humanitarian law saves lives & reduces physical & social damage to communities. We’ll continue to work with States in their obligations to respect and ensure respect of .
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Ken Hume 3h
started to speak with Arms Carriers on the battlefield of Solferino in 1859. We continue to do so to understand; to advice; to ensure the application of .
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SwedenUN 🇸🇪 Aug 14
Important briefing by in yesterday marking 70th anniversary of . They are universally applicable, but not universally respected. Ambitious interpretation & thorough implementation of needed. saves lives.
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Belgium UN New York Aug 20
Congratulations to for the Presidential Statement on the occasion of the ! The recalls the importance of respecting , ensuring accountability and ending impunity for IHL violations.
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Charity & Security 4h
C&SN’s 2012 report “Safeguarding Humanitarianism in Armed Conflict” gives lots of history and context of how & why these principles and greater are being eroded by US policies. THREAD: 1/
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Dr Kubo Mačák Aug 21
An important new report suggests that cannot be used in compliance with except in "the narrowest of scenarios and the simplest of environments"
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Charity & Security 4h
Replying to @ODIdev
The principles of , esp impartiality, independence and neutrality, protect civilians AND aid workers from being targeted for attack. Attempts to influence or operationalize aid workers or these principles are violations of 7\
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FCA Americas Aug 22
The principles of are humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity, universality. Learn more here:
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ICRC New Delhi Aug 21
Replying to @ICRC_nd
The international humanitarian law seeks for humanitarian reasons to limit the effects of armed conflict and protects those who are not participating in hostilities.
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Hugo Slim Aug 22
“The fundamental importance of the Geneva Conventions.” Please see the UN Security Council’s Presidential States on to mark 70th anniversary of
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