Compliance

Call for Papers – Conference on Religious Actors & Humanitarian Norms Compliance

The Generating Respect Project invites paper submissions for the conference Religious Actors & Humanitarian Norms Compliance in Armed Conflict: Roles, Influence, Engagement that will take place online between 8 and 10 December 2021. The conference will take stock of important developments relating to the engagement between humanitarians and religious actors aimed at generating greater respect for humanitarian norms in …

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Religious leaders as brokers of humanitarian norm-compliance: Insights from the cases of Colombia, Libya, Mali and Myanmar

The authors of this article are researchers on the project Generating Respect for Humanitarian Norms: The Influence of Religious Leaders on Parties to Armed Conflict. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Economic and Social Research Council (UK). The humanitarian sector engages State and non-State parties to armed conflicts in an effort to positively influence …

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Monitoring IHL Compliance during Non-International Armed Conflicts: The Need for a Complementary Approach – Part II

The Monitoring System of the Office of the Special Representative of the SG for Children and Armed Conflict Apart from the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the Optional Protocol to the CRC, the thematic area of children in armed conflict is monitored by the Office of the Special Representative of the …

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Monitoring IHL Compliance during Non-International Armed Conflicts: The Need for a Complementary Approach – Part I

The majority of armed conflicts taking place nowadays are non-international in character. In this type of conflicts, the fighting takes place between governmental armed forces and organised armed groups or between such groups within a state. Despite the predominance of non-international armed conflicts (NIAC), treaty-based compliance mechanisms applicable to this type of situations are either …

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