International review of the Red Cross : humanitarian debate: law, policy, action / International Committee of the Red Cross.

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Protracted conflict(912) ; 101Geneva : International Committee of the Red Cross and Cambridge University Press, c2020Description: v. 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISSN: 18163831Subject(s): Human rights -- Periodicals | Humanitarianism -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: HV560 | R48 2019 v.101 (912)Online resources: Click here to access online
Partial contents:
Protracted Conflicts: The enduring legacy of endless war / Ellen Policinski and Jovana Kuzmanovic
Interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Joven D. Capitulo PA / Joven D. Capitulo
Stretched: Protracted conflicts and the people living in the midst of it all
Fragmentation of armed non-State actors in protracted armed conflicts: Some practical experiences on how to ensure compliance with humanitarian norms / Hichem Khadhraoui
Reconstructing infrastructure for resilient essential services during and following protracted conflict: A conceptual framework / Alexander H. Hay, Bryan Karney, Nick Martyn
From Operation Iraqi Freedom to the Battle of Mosul: Fifteen years of displacement in Iraq / Cedric Cotter
Q&A: The ICRC and the "humanitarian – development – peace nexus" discussion / Filipa Schmitz Guinote
Delivering water services during protracted armed conflicts: How development agencies can overcome barriers to collaboration with humanitarian actors / Edoardo Borgomeo
The notion of “protracted armed conflict” in the Rome Statute and the termination of armed conflicts under international law: An analysis of select issues / Dustin A. Lewis
International humanitarian law in Colombia: Going a step beyond / Marcela Giraldo Muñoz, Jose Serralvo
Protecting the right to life in protracted conflicts: The existence and dignity dimensions of General Comment 36 / Mona Rishmawi
The notion of “acts harmful to the enemy” under international humanitarian law / Robert Kolb, Fumiko Nakashima
Book Review: Internationalized Armed Conflicts in International Law, by Kubo Mačák / Andrea Harrison
Book Review: Military Professionalism and Humanitarian Law, by Yishai Beer / Andrew Carswell
The development of guiding principles for the proper management of the dead in humanitarian emergencies and help in preventing their becoming missing persons: First Expert's Meeting
Item type Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Periodicals Periodicals Commission on Human Rights Library
Periodicals
Newly Process HV560 R48 2019 v.101 (912) (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available P-000353d

Protracted Conflicts: The enduring legacy of endless war / Ellen Policinski and Jovana Kuzmanovic

Interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Joven D. Capitulo PA /
Joven D. Capitulo

Stretched: Protracted conflicts and the people living in the midst of it all

Fragmentation of armed non-State actors in protracted armed conflicts: Some practical experiences on how to ensure compliance with humanitarian norms / Hichem Khadhraoui

Reconstructing infrastructure for resilient essential services during and following protracted conflict: A conceptual framework /
Alexander H. Hay, Bryan Karney, Nick Martyn

From Operation Iraqi Freedom to the Battle of Mosul: Fifteen years of displacement in Iraq / Cedric Cotter

Q&A: The ICRC and the "humanitarian – development – peace nexus" discussion / Filipa Schmitz Guinote

Delivering water services during protracted armed conflicts: How development agencies can overcome barriers to collaboration with humanitarian actors / Edoardo Borgomeo

The notion of “protracted armed conflict” in the Rome Statute and the termination of armed conflicts under international law: An analysis of select issues / Dustin A. Lewis

International humanitarian law in Colombia: Going a step beyond / Marcela Giraldo Muñoz, Jose Serralvo

Protecting the right to life in protracted conflicts: The existence and dignity dimensions of General Comment 36 / Mona Rishmawi

The notion of “acts harmful to the enemy” under international humanitarian law /
Robert Kolb, Fumiko Nakashima

Book Review: Internationalized Armed Conflicts in International Law, by Kubo Mačák / Andrea Harrison

Book Review: Military Professionalism and Humanitarian Law, by Yishai Beer / Andrew Carswell

The development of guiding principles for the proper management of the dead in humanitarian emergencies and help in preventing their becoming missing persons: First Expert's Meeting

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.

Click on an image to view it in the image viewer