Respect for international humanitarian law by armed non-state actors in Africa

This report presents the instruments and strategies used by non-state actors to respect international humanitarian law during intra-state conflicts in Africa and highlights the recognition by these non-state actors of the role of humanitarian organizations.

About the author

Churchill Ewumbue-Monono
Minister Counsellor

Minister Counsellor in the Cameroon embassy, Moscow. He holds a doctorate in International Relations from Yaoundé University, and held a fellowship in Public Diplomacy, Boston University.