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Humanitarian Access in Situations of Armed Conflict: Handbook on the International Normative Framework

The purpose of this Handbook is to lay out the existing international normative framework pertaining to humanitarian access in situations of armed conflict. The Handbook includes background and purpose of the handbook, general international law, international humanitarian law, international human rights law and international criminal law.

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Afghanistan: Humanitarianism under Threat

This is an update of humanitarian challenges and opportunities in Afghanistan.

The public cost of private security in Afghanistan

This document provides an overview of the private security sector in Afghanistan, contending that a lack of oversight has led to it undermining the credibility and safety of the Afghan government and international stabilisation effort.

New Technologies for Security Training | GISF Forum Notes | Berlin | September 2015

This session looked at some recent innovations in technology for security training. Phil Candy and Emily Fereday of RedR presented Mission Ready, an online training course aimed at giving field staff a foundation in field security management, with George Shaw (International Location Safety) speaking about ILS’ new online training. Ruth…