National implementation of IHL: documentation

States party to international humanitarian law treaties must take certain legal and administrative measures to comply with the obligations they have undertaken. This section deals with various topics which are covered by the treaties and are the focuINs of Advisory Service promotional activities, including topics that have been highlighted by the recent adoption of international instruments, thus creating a new incentive for States to adopt implementation measures

Children / Civil defence / Cultural propertyDissemination of IHL / Emblem /Environment / Fact finding commission / Geneva Conventions / Health / Internally displaced persons /International criminal law / International humanitarian law (IHL) / IHL implementationThe missing / Parliaments /Penal repression / Persons with disabilities / Sexual violence / Torture / Use of force in law enforcement / Weapons  /

Children

Civil defence

Cultural property

Dissemination of IHL

Emblem

Environment and warfare

Fact finding commission

Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols

Health

 

Internally displaced persons

  

International criminal law

International humanitarian law - general information

International humanitarian law implementation

The missing

Parliaments

 

Penal repression

 

Persons with disabilities 

 

Sexual violence

Torture and other forms of ill -treatment

Use of force in law enforcement

Weapons

Anti-personnel mines

Arms trade treaty

Chemical and biological weapons

Cluster munitions

Conventional weapons

Environment

New weapons

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