Protecting civilians in armed conflict

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  • «Evitons le pire à Mossoul!»
  • November 2016 - Press coverage
    Alors que la bataille de Mossoul viens de débuter et que l'inquiétude grandit pour les habitants de la ville, combattants kurdes et chiites sont formés au droit humanitaire par l'Appel de Genève.
  • Conference on the protection of civilians and respect of international humanitarian law during the Ninawa operation
  • October 2016 - Other
    On 18th October, Geneva Call in partnership with Un Ponte Per, Public Aid Organization and Norwegian People’s Aid, organized a conference in Dohuk on the protection of civilians during the military operations in Mosul. More than 130 representatives from civil society organizations participated in the conference, including the authorities of the Ninawa province, representatives from all religious and ethnic minorities present in Mosul, Yezidi, Christian, Sunni and Shia minorities as well as local and international nonprofit organizations working in the area. Together they adopted a joint declaration in which they called on all parties involved in the current military operations to protect civilian populations regardless of their religion or ethnicity.
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  • L’Appel de Genève forme les cadres des milices chiites d’Irak
  • March 2016 - Press coverage
    Droit humanitaire L’ONG annonce avoir réuni à Bagdad 29 commandants qui font face au groupeEtat islamique (Daech).
  • Herve Delphin's Speech at MERI forum
  • November 2015 - External documents
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  • Annual Report 2012
  • June 2013 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call’s activities between January and December 2012.
  • Iraq - Kurdistan Regional Government - Erbil - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • August 2002 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kurdistan Regional Government - Erbil from Iraq signed Geneva Call’s Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 11 August 2002.
  • Iraq - Kurdistan Regional Government - Sulaimanyia - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • August 2002 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Kurdistan Regional Government - Sulaimanyia from Iraq signed Geneva Call’s Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 10 August 2002.
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