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Gender Diversity Dynamics in Humanitarian Negotiations: The International Committee of the Red Cross as a Case Study on the Frontlines of Armed Conflicts | Humanitarian Negotiation Working Paper Series Paper #1 — November 2016

by Federica du Pasquier Negotiations for access are crucial for the success of humanitarian operations. They also occur in contexts of armed conflict and violence that typically entrench gender...

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Responsibility for Civilian Casualties in Yemen

As the conflict in Yemen continues, civilian casualties are reaching alarming levels. At least 10,000 people have been killed and thousands wounded since March 2015, at a rate of thirteen civilian...

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Evaluating Military Engagement in Disaster Response

With the world focused on terrorism, conflict in Syria, Iraq, and elsewhere, it is easy to forget about the threat posed by natural disasters. Natural disasters pose as great a threat as conflict...

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Gender Perspectives on IHL

You can listen to the podcast here. Armed conflict affects men, women, girls and boys in fundamentally different ways, often exacerbating pre-existing gender inequalities in society. In this context,...

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The Rohingya: Genocide in the Modern Era?

By Kate Akkaya For full text with links, see original webpage Ethnically and religiously distinct from the majority population, the Rohingya people in Myanmar face state-sponsored discrimination, and...

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