Practitioners' Guide to Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict
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Practitioners' Guide to Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict

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ISBN-13:
9780198791393
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
24.01.2017
Seiten:
325
Autor:
Daragh Murray
Gewicht:
816 g
Format:
249x173x25 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book provides detailed guidance for armed forces and practitioners on the application of international human rights law during armed conflict and its relationship with the law of armed conflict.
Although the relationship between international human rights law and the law of armed conflict has been the subject of significant recent academic discussion, there remains a lack of comprehensive guidance in identifying the law applicable to specific situations faced by military forces.

Providing guidance for armed forces and practitioners on the detailed application of international human rights law during armed conflict, this book fills that gap. Part 1 of the volume details foundational information relating to international human rights law and human rights institutions, the types of operations that States' armed forces engage in, and how the law of armed conflict and international human rights law apply to regulate different situations. Part 2 provides practical guidance
as to the legal regulation of specific situations, including discussion of the conduct of hostilities, detention operations, humanitarian assistance, cyber operations, and investigations.

This book is the result of an in-depth process involving both academic and practitioner experts in the law of armed conflict and international human rights law who were convened in meetings at Chatham House chaired by Elizabeth Wilmshurst, Distinguished Fellow at Chatham House. The group included Professor Francoise Hampson, Essex University; Professor Dapo Akande, Oxford University; Charles Garraway, Fellow at Essex University; Professor Noam Lubell, Essex University; Michael Meyer, British
Red Cross; and Daragh Murray, Lecturer at Essex University.