18 juillet 2014

REVUE : International Review of the Red Cross (vol. 95, n°889, Spring 2013)

David ROY

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (vol. 95, n°889, Spring 2013) is out. The theme is "Violence against health care Part I: The problem and the law." Contents include:

  • Interview
    • Interview with Walter T. Gwenigale - Minister of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Liberia
  • Research Articles
    • Fiona Terry, Violence against health care: insights from Afghanistan, Somalia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
    • Enrico Pavignani, Markus Michael, Maurizio Murru, Mark E. Beesley & Peter S. Hill, Making sense of apparent chaos: health-care provision in six country case studies
    • Robin Coupland, The role of health-related data in promoting the security of health care in armed conflict and other emergencies
    • In conversation with the members of the National Permanent Roundtable for the Respect of the Medical Mission in Colombia
    • Alexander Breitegger, The legal framework applicable to insecurity and violence affecting the delivery of health care in armed conflicts and other emergencies
    • Amrei Müller, States' obligations to mitigate the direct and indirect health consequences of non-international armed conflicts: complementarity of IHL and the right to health
    • Katherine H. A. Footer & Leonard S. Rubenstein, A human rights approach to health care in conflict
    • Vivienne Nathanson, Medical ethics in peacetime and wartime: the case for a better understanding
    • Laurent Gisel, Can the incidental killing of military doctors never be excessive?

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