Breaking the Silence Advocacy and Accountability for Attacks on Hospitals in Armed Conflict

The authors reviewed "four post-Second World War incidents of attacks on hospitals in armed conflicts in Vietnam, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Palestine and Afghanistan, the role public advocacy campaigns played in bringing about these investigations, and how national and international authorities can work together to promote greater accountability for violations of" international humanitarian laws.
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