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

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Digital technologies and war(913) ; 102Geneva : International Committee of the Red Cross and Cambridge University Press, c2021Description: v. 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISSN: 18163831Subject(s): Human rights -- Periodicals | Humanitarianism -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: HV560 | R48 2020 v.102 (913)Online resources: Click here to access online
Partial contents:
The role of digital technologies in humanitarian law, policy and action: Charting a path forward / Saman Rejali, Yannick Heiniger
Testimonies: How humanitarian technologies impact the lives of affected populations
Q&A: Humanitarian operations, the spread of harmful information and data protection
“Doing no harm” in the digital age: What the digitalization of cash means for humanitarian action / Jo Burton
Humanitarian aid in the age of COVID-19: A review of big data crisis analytics and the General Data Protection Regulation / Theodora Gazi, Go to the author pageAlexandros Gazis
The struggle against sexual violence in conflict: Investigating the digital turn / Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Kjersti Lohne
Media and compassion after digital war: Why digital media haven't transformed responses to human suffering in contemporary conflict / Andrew Hoskins
AI for humanitarian action: Human rights and ethics / Michael Pizzi, Mila Romanoff, Tim Engelhardt
Freedom of assembly under attack: General and indiscriminate surveillance and interference with internet communications / Ilia Siatitsa
Biases in machine learning models and big data analytics: The international criminal and humanitarian law implications / Nema Milaninia
Stepping back from the brink: Why multilateral regulation of autonomy in weapons systems is difficult, yet imperative and feasible / Frank Sauer
The changing role of multilateral forums in regulating armed conflict in the digital age / Amandeep S. Gill
Twenty years on: International humanitarian law and the protection of civilians against the effects of cyber operations during armed conflicts / Laurent Gisel, Tilman Rodenhäuser, Knut Dörmann
The application of the principle of distinction in the cyber context: A Chinese perspective / Zhixiong Huang, Yaohui Ying
Hacking humanitarians: Defining the cyber perimeter and developing a cyber security strategy for international humanitarian organizations in digital transformation / Massimo Marelli
The updated ICRC Commentary on the Third Geneva Convention: A new tool to protect prisoners of war in the twenty-first century / Jemma Arman, Jean-Marie Henckaerts, Heleen Hiemstra, Kvitoslava Krotiuk
The camera and the Red Cross: “Lamentable pictures” and conflict photography bring into focus an international movement, 1855–1865 / Sonya de Laat
Book review: "Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation, and Accountability" / Emma Irving
Book review: "The Persistence of Reciprocity in International Humanitarian Law" / Matthias Vanhullebusch
Librarian’s Pick: "Transitional Justice and the 'Disappeared' of Northern Ireland: Silence, Memory, and the Construction of the Past" / Charlotte Mohr
ICRC Position Paper: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in armed conflict: A human-centred approach
ICRC Position Paper: International humanitarian law and cyber operations during armed conflicts
The ICRC Library goes digital
ICRC-affiliated reports: Digital technologies and war
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The role of digital technologies in humanitarian law, policy and action: Charting a path forward / Saman Rejali, Yannick Heiniger

Testimonies: How humanitarian technologies impact the lives of affected populations

Q&A: Humanitarian operations, the spread of harmful information and data protection

“Doing no harm” in the digital age: What the digitalization of cash means for humanitarian action / Jo Burton

Humanitarian aid in the age of COVID-19: A review of big data crisis analytics and the General Data Protection Regulation /

Theodora Gazi, Go to the author pageAlexandros Gazis

The struggle against sexual violence in conflict: Investigating the digital turn / Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Kjersti Lohne

Media and compassion after digital war: Why digital media haven't transformed responses to human suffering in contemporary conflict / Andrew Hoskins

AI for humanitarian action: Human rights and ethics / Michael Pizzi, Mila Romanoff, Tim Engelhardt

Freedom of assembly under attack: General and indiscriminate surveillance and interference with internet communications / Ilia Siatitsa

Biases in machine learning models and big data analytics: The international criminal and humanitarian law implications / Nema Milaninia

Stepping back from the brink: Why multilateral regulation of autonomy in weapons systems is difficult, yet imperative and feasible / Frank Sauer

The changing role of multilateral forums in regulating armed conflict in the digital age /
Amandeep S. Gill

Twenty years on: International humanitarian law and the protection of civilians against the effects of cyber operations during armed conflicts / Laurent Gisel, Tilman Rodenhäuser, Knut Dörmann

The application of the principle of distinction in the cyber context: A Chinese perspective / Zhixiong Huang, Yaohui Ying

Hacking humanitarians: Defining the cyber perimeter and developing a cyber security strategy for international humanitarian organizations in digital transformation / Massimo Marelli

The updated ICRC Commentary on the Third Geneva Convention: A new tool to protect prisoners of war in the twenty-first century / Jemma Arman, Jean-Marie Henckaerts, Heleen Hiemstra, Kvitoslava Krotiuk

The camera and the Red Cross: “Lamentable pictures” and conflict photography bring into focus an international movement, 1855–1865 / Sonya de Laat

Book review: "Digital Witness: Using Open Source Information for Human Rights Investigation, Documentation, and Accountability" / Emma Irving

Book review: "The Persistence of Reciprocity in International Humanitarian Law" / Matthias Vanhullebusch

Librarian’s Pick: "Transitional Justice and the 'Disappeared' of Northern Ireland: Silence, Memory, and the Construction of the Past" / Charlotte Mohr

ICRC Position Paper: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in armed conflict: A human-centred approach

ICRC Position Paper: International humanitarian law and cyber operations during armed conflicts

The ICRC Library goes digital

ICRC-affiliated reports: Digital technologies and war

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