6 edition of Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations (International Humanitarian Law) found in the catalog.
September 21, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations 1 1 Introduction Violence and threats directed towards personnel engaged in peace operations could have serious effects upon the success of such operations as a whole. For example, the attack on the UN headquarters in Baghdad in is clear evidence of this. Read "Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations: The Role of the 'Safety Convention' Against the Background of General International Law, Nordic Journal of International Law" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Peace Operations and the Strategic Environment Peace operations are activities intended to build, keep, enforce, or make peace, or when necessary, prevent conflict. They include crisis response and limited contingency operations and frequently involve international military missions to contain conflict, restore peace, and shape the strategic. The European Union has undertaken many overseas operations, using civilian and military instruments in several countries in three continents (Europe, Africa and Asia), as part of its Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP).
James Darcy introduced the speakers and opened the meeting by highlighting the complex challenges facing peacekeeping operations, particularly their role in supporting multiple agendas, such as enforcing security, supporting peace-building, state-building and development processes and ensuring the delivery of humanitarian assistance. He claimed there is still some . Excerpt from Enhancing Civilian Protection in Peace Operations: Insights from Africa: “The protection of civilians is a critical issue in African security. Nearly , civilians in 27 African countries have been massacred in the past two decades.
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Protection, which a host government is responsible for securing for personnel in peace operations, may be categorised as general and special protection. The former includes, for example, human rights law and international humanitarian law. The latter comprises privileges and immunities accorded to agents of states or by: Protection, which a host government is responsible for securing for personnel in peace operations, may be categorised as general and special protection.
The former includes, for example, human rights law and international humanitarian law. The latter comprises privileges and immunities accorded to agents of states or by: "Bibliography" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Nijhoff. Dr Engdahl' s book is valuable because it comprehensively systematizes, although in a rather descriptive manner, the various international rules providing protection for personnel involved in peace operations.
In particular, the author dwells at length on general protection (chapter 3) and special protection (chapter 4).Author: Micaela Frulli. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education Author: Ola Engdahl.
Engdahl, Ola, Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations: The Role of the ‘Safety Convention’ against the Background of General International Law. TheHague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, "Treaties and Agreements" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Nijhoff.
in protection, including pre-mandate mission planning, the formulation of mandates for peace operations, the deployment of personnel, and their field activities on the ground.3 The protection of civilians is a critical issue in African security for many reasons.
Section responsibilities of Peace Operations Personnel 69 Lesson 5 Child Protection 74 Section Understanding Child Protection 76 Section The rights of the Child 76 parties if there is a threat to international peace or for humanitarian and protection purposes.
peacekeeping operations implementing protection of civilians mandates. This independent study was jointly commissioned by the Department of Peace keeping Opera - tions and the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs of the United Nations.
While military personnel remain vital to most operations, civilians have taken on a growing number of responsibilities, which can include: • Helping former opponents implement complex peace agreements by liaising with a range of political and civil society actors; • Supporting the.
The Department of Peace Operations (DPO) has developed ground-breaking new training standards for military personnel. The training course teaches them how to prevent and report violations against children, how to interact with other child protection actors, and raises awareness about their own behaviour towards children.
SeCURITy FOR PeACe OPeRATIONS PeRSONNeL PeACe OPeRATIONS TRAINING INSTITUTe vII. Lesson 9 Response Actions in Crisis Section Crisis Management/Response Section Natural Disasters Section Mass Casualty Disasters Section Protests and Public Demonstrations Lesson 10 Medical Issues Ola Engdahl, Protection of Personnel in Peace Operations: The Role of the 'Safety Convention' against the Background of General International Law.
In this book (an upd ated versio n of. peacekeeping operations and local conflicts 17 protection of civilians dilemma 18 reactive versus preventive engagement 18 prioritization and limited resources 18 comparative advantage 19 3.
mapping stakeholders within un peacekeeping operations working to address local conflicts 23 4. DPO provides political and executive direction to UN peacekeeping operations around the world and maintains contact with the Security Council, troop and financial contributors, and parties to the conflict in the implementation of Security Council mandates.
Peacekeeping is political and its ultimate success depends on active and sustainable political processes or the real prospect of a peace. The Peace Operations Training Institute provides globally accessible and affordable distance learning courses on peace support, humanitarian relief, and security operations.
We are committed to bringing essential, practical knowledge to military and civilian personnel working toward peace worldwide. Peace operations are likely to be heavily influenced by US anti-terrorism concerns. The line being blurred is not between peacekeeping and peace enforcement, but between peace enforcement and war.
There is no clear division of labour between the key established players in peace operations, such as the UN, NATO, the EU, the AU and ECOWAS. peace and prevention of resurgent violent conflict. There are two categories of PSOs: peacekeeping and peace enforcement.
Peacekeeping operations monitor and support the establishment of peace, usually in the context of a peace agreement and peace enforcement operations create conditions for peace and are permitted to use force. The protection and promotion of human rights is an integral part of contemporary international peacekeeping operations.
It is also a controversial aspect of peace operations at both an institutional and operational level. By bringing together a wide range of practitioners and academic scholars, this special issue addresses key contemporary legal, political and operational challenges to human.
In Chapter 7, Hilde Frafjord Johnson, a former Special Representative of the Secretary-General and a HIPPO panel member, shares her experience on a topic at the centre of UN peace operations: protection of civilians.
Reflecting on the fact that today a vast majority of UN military and police personnel have a mandate to protect civilians, she.The Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel was the first multilateral convention to deal specifically with the protection of personnel engaged in peace operations.
Effective protection for specific challenges surrounding such operations needs to be addressed. This study looks at some of these challenges.The Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel was the first multilateral convention to deal specifically with the protection of personnel engaged in peace operations.
Effective protection for specific challenges surrounding such operations needs to be addressed.