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The emblem that cried wolf: ICRC study on the use of the emblems

31-12-2009 Article, International Review of the Red Cross, No. 876, by Edith Lafontaine and Baptiste Rolle

This article presents the Emblem Study's origin and objectives, and explains the structure and the methodology followed in its preparation. Particular emphasis is put on the need to avoid diluting the protective value of the emblems by maintaining a distinction between those entitled to use the emblems, their partners and other actors in the humanitarian field.

  Baptiste Rolle is the Legal Advisor for the Division for the Coordination and Cooperation within the Movement of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Edith Lafontaine is the Attaché of the Legal Advisor for the Division for the Coordination and Cooperation within the Movement of the International Committee of the Red Cross.  

 

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