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What does IHL stand for?

IHL stands for International Humanitarian Law


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These reforms include issuing legislations, revising laws in force and introducing the International Humanitarian Law in military training and programmes of colleges of law, political sciences and mass communications," said Dr Abdul Rahim Yousuf Al Awadi, Assistant Foreign Minister for Legal Affairs.
Switzerland and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), which together helped to secure acceptance for international humanitarian law on the world stage at that time, are now calling for stricter compliance with this principle, as there remains a lack of effective mechanisms for encouraging compliance around the globe.
Switzerland and the International Committee of the Red Cross, which together helped to secure acceptance for international humanitarian law on the world stage at that time, are now calling for stricter compliance with this principle, as there remains a lack of effective mechanisms for encouraging compliance around the globe.
Release added, "On the occasion of World Humanitarian Day, 19 August, the Movement once again calls on all parties to the conflict in Syria to meet their obligations under international humanitarian law and respect Red Crescent and Red Cross aid workers by granting them safe and unrestricted access to people suffering the effects of the conflict.
Geneva, Aug 11 (BNA) -- President of Human Rights Council (HRC), Ambassador Baudelaire Ndong Ella of Gabon, today announced the appointment of Amal Alamuddin, Doudou Diene and William Schabas to serve as members of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry to investigate all violations of international humanitarian law and international law of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, in the context of the military operations that have taken place there since 13 June 2014.
THE UN's senior human rights official has told diplomats that Israel's military and Hamas militants appear to have violated international humanitarian law and might have committed war crimes during their two-week war in the Gaza Strip.