INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW CENTRE – 10 YEARS’ CONTRIBUTION TO ROMANIAN MILITARY EDUCATION
Abstract: The overall responsibilities and engagements expressly assumed by the Romanian
state by the ratification of a great part of juridical instruments of International Humanitarian Law
(treaties, protocols, additional acts, etc.) as well of the instruments issued from its member quality
in some global or regional organizations (UN, NATO, OSCE or EU) permanently determine the
Ministry of Defence to take measures to disseminate the International Human Law in order to
provide its knowledge, respect and application by all the Armed Forces personnel. The International
Humanitarian Law Centre, called IHLC, is a microstructure contributing to this initiative by achieving its own goals and entrusted missions.
Gasser Hans-Peter, International Humanitarian Law – An introduction, in HAUG
(Hans), Humanity for all, Henry Dunant Institute, 1993.
Dragoman Ion; Militaru, Claudia, 7 studii de drept internaţional umanitar, Editura
Lumina Lex, Bucureşti, 2003.
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