74 results for ["INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW"]
2:14:19

Warning 'future looks bleak' for Syrians living through twelfth year of crisis, top United Nations officials urge more resources, focus on conflict.

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1:45:30

Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee.

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Continued attacks by illegal armed groups in Central African Republic thwarting progress towards implementing peace agreement, Special Representative tells Security Council.

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Somalia (751 Committee) - Security Council, 8885th meeting

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Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee.

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Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee.

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Informal comments to the media by Munir Akram, Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations, following Security Council consultations on Afghanistan.

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Barbara Woodward, Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom, addresses the media following the Security Council consultations.

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Following up on the Call for Action launched by Germany and France in 2019, and on the Security Council briefing of 16.7.

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Audiovisual Library of International Law

Judge Christopher Greenwood (ICJ) - Introduction to International Humanitarian Law

25 Sep 2013

Is it possible to preserve humanity in warfare? For centuries international law has attempted to do so. International humanitarian law (or the law of war as it is sometimes known) addresses such issues as the protection of the wounded, medical personnel, civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the prohibition of unnecessarily cruel or indiscriminate weaponry. In this lecture, Judge Christopher Greenwood, offers a brief introduction to humanitarian law and its place in the international legal system.

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