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Humanitarian Action under Scrutiny: Criminalizing Humanitarian Engagement

Published:
22 December 2015
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Humanitarian Action under Scrutiny: Criminalizing Humanitarian Engagement

This working paper presents HPCR’s research (2011) to date on dilemmas arising from the intersection between, on the one hand, counterterrorism laws and policies prohibiting engagement with certain non-state entities and, on the other, humanitarian access and protection of civilians in armed conflict.

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