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of the International Committee of the Red Cross

Reference Publications: Law

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  1. ICRC "International Humanitarian Law" book set (English version)

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    Language: English

    ICRC "International Humanitarian Law" book set (English version)

    Need your own reference books on IHL? This selection published by the ICRC includes the key works of humanitarian law (Geneva Conventions, Additional Protocols, etc.). [Learn more]
    Fr.415.50
  2. ICRC "International Humanitarian Law" book set (French version)

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    Language: French

    ICRC "International Humanitarian Law" book set (French version)

    Need your own reference books on IHL? This selection published by the ICRC includes the key works of humanitarian law (Geneva Conventions, Additional Protocols, etc.). [Learn more]
    Fr.352.50
  3. 40th Anniversary of the 1977 Additional Protocols to the 1949 Geneva Conventions
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    40th Anniversary of the 1977 Additional Protocols to the 1949 Geneva Conventions

    This short report describes the impact that the Additional Protocols have had on norms, how they have shaped the practice of parties to conflict and why they remain relevant today, 40 years afte... [Learn more]

    Download the PDF Version
  4. To Serve and to Protect: Human Rights and Humanitarian Law for Police and Security Forces

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    To Serve and to Protect: Human Rights and Humanitarian Law for Police and Security Forces

    By engaging in dialogue with police and security forces about the law and their operations, the ICRC supports their efforts to incorporate the rules and standards of international law into their pr... [Learn more]
    Fr.100.00
  5. Children and Detention

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    Children and Detention

    Detention for adults can be stressful and dangerous. For children, it can be even worse. This booklet explains the hardships that children face when they or their relatives are held in detention. [Learn more]
    Free