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Computers and War: The Legal Battlespace

The use of computers in modern warfare stretches back over decades. Computers have been employed for functions that range from managing materiel and personnel flows into an area of operations to sorting intelligence data and improving the precision capabilities of weapons. In recent conflicts,...

Jun 2004
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  • Communication and Report Drafting in Monitoring, Reporting, and Fact-Finding Mechanisms

    This working paper examines how monitoring, reporting, and fact-finding (MRF) missions have responded to challenges regarding public communication and report drafting. Overall, the paper aims to present a portrait of the views and practices of the MRF community — as well as the...

    Jul 2014
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  • Communication and Report Drafting in Monitoring, Reporting, and Fact-Finding Mechanisms

    This working paper examines how monitoring, reporting, and fact-finding (MRF) missions have responded to challenges regarding public communication and report drafting. Overall, the paper aims to present a portrait of the views and practices of the MRF community — as well as the...

    Jul 2014
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  • Combatants, Unprivileged Belligerents and Conflicts in the 21st Century

    At the dawn of the 21st century international humanitarian law2 is facing a number of significant challenges. The events since 11 September 2001 in particular have focused a bright spotlight on issues such as: the law governing conflict between states and nonstate actors; the criteria to be...

    Jun 2004
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  • Colombia WinterSession

    Colombia WinterSession

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    Cluster Bombs: Is There a Case for New Law?

    The numerous unexploded bomblets, or submunitions, discarded on the battlefield as a result of cluster munition attacks have attracted widespread criticism, particularly from non‐governmental organizations, prompting suggestions that new international law arrangements should be agreed to address...

    Oct 2005
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  • Climate Change and Displacement: Addressing Protection Gaps

    Climate change and environmental degradation are increasingly becoming a humanitarian issue. Variability in climate, as well as in increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, is disrupting livelihoods, driving displacement, and contributing to conflicts over increasingly...

    Jan 2015
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  • Claude Bruderlein

    Claude Bruderlein is a Senior Researcher at the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) and Strategic Advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Claude founded HPCR in 2000 and served as the Program's Director until 2012. He...

    Claude Bruderlein

    Claude Bruderlein is a Senior Researcher at the Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) and Strategic Advisor at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Claude founded HPCR in 2000 and served as the Program's Director until 2012. He...

    Civil-Military Coordination in Humanitarian Protection

    Especially in complex humanitarian emergencies, effective civil-military coordination can be crucial to maintaining humanitarian access, protecting civilians, and managing the security of aid workers. After all, military forces often play a lead role in response to natural disasters or conflicts...

    Mar 2015
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  • Civ Mil: Recommended Resources
    CIV MIL: Intro
    CIV MIL: Core Program Objectives
    Christmas and Makombo Massacres (2008-2009)

    In 2008, LRA combatants committed mass atrocities against civilians in retaliation for OLT. More than 1,000 men, women, and children were brutally killed in less than one month in the DRC and southern Sudan in what became known as the Christmas Massacres. Less than one year later, 321...

    Christine Letts
    Christian Arbelaez
    Chokepoint: Evidence of SAF Control of Refugee Route to South Sudan

    Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP), through HHI’s analysis of DigitalGlobe satellite imagery, has confirmed that at least a battalion sized unit of Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) appear to control the main route civilians reportedly use to flee South Kordofan for Yida refugee camp. The interior of...

    Jan 2012
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  • Chokepoint: Evidence of SAF Control of Refugee Route to South Sudan

    Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP), through HHI’s analysis of DigitalGlobe satellite imagery, has confirmed that at least a battalion sized unit of Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) appear to control the main route civilians reportedly use to flee South Kordofan for Yida refugee camp. The interior of...

    Jan 2012
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  • Children in Crisis

    The Children in Crisis (CiC) Program focuses on addressing the critical needs of crisis-affected children and youth in humanitarian contexts. The impact of humanitarian crises on children has reached catastrophic proportions; today, nearly 50 million children have been displaced from their...

    Children Facing Insecurity: New Strategy of Survival in a Global Era

    This paper explores the nature of children’s security within the context of modern threats from globalization and new forms of warfare. It analyzes the sources of insecurity faced by children and the survival strategies they and their families employ as a result. Through a number of case-studies...

    May 2001
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  • Child Marriage: Results 4
    Child Marriage: Results 3
    Child Marriage: Results 2
    Child Marriage: Results 1

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