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Reference : V-F-CR-F-02024
Date : 11/2015
Country/Region : AUSTRALIA
Title : Blurred boundaries : militaries, humanitarian action and neutrality
Duration : 00:58:46
Director : STEVENS, Kate
Cameraman : unknown
Editor : unknown
Person appearing :
BLAZEBY, Leonard James John (head of mission, ICRC)
BERNARD, Vincent (head of Unit, ICRC)
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : publication without restrictions
Copyright : ICRC
Production company : ICRC
ICRC producer :
Description : Should militaries be involved in providing humanitarian assistance in conflict zones ? This was the question at the heart of a debate co-hosted by the ICRC and the Centre for Military and Security Law (CMSL) at the Australian National University in Canberra on 4 November 2015. The debate was part of the ICRC’s research and debate cycle on Principles Guiding Humanitarian Action, a series of public events and experts’ meetings aimed at fostering a global discussion around neutral, impartial and independent humanitarian action.
The panelists are :
- Melissa Conley Tyler, National Executive Director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs
- Dr Ned Dobos, Assistant Regional Director of the International Society for Military Ethics, Asia-Pacific Division
- Prof William Maley, Professor of Diplomacy at the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy
- Dr Mike Kelly, former minister for defence materiel and retired Colonel in the Australian Defence Force
Original language : English
English title : Blurred boundaries : militaries, humanitarian action and neutrality
Colour/B&W : colour
Resolution : 1280 x 720
Aspect ratio : 16/9
Original material/format : H264
Best material/format available : ProRes 422