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Reference : V-F-CR-F-03170-4
Date : 05/2021
Title : Animation explainer about the Geneva Conventions and IHL : film 4 : differences between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello
Duration : 00:02:41
Director : unknown
Cameraman : unknown
Editor : unknown
Confidentiality level : public
Publication restrictions : reserved users only
Copyright : ICRC
Commissioned production company : Cognitive Media
ICRC producer :
unknown
Cameraman : unknown
Editor : unknown
Description : When tryng to understand the laws that regulate armed conflicts, we often encounter two terms that tower over the subject: Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello. Jus ad Bellum - Latin for the law on going to war - refers to the conditions under which States may resort to the use of force. Jus in Bello - Latin for the law in war - refers to the norms governing behaviour in armed conflicts, while they are actually happening. Jus in Bello is another term for international humanitaria law (IHL).
IJL does not rule on whether an armed conflict is legal or not. That is not relevant for IHL. Instead, it sets clear rules for whenever there is an armed conflict. These rules are laid down notably in the 1949 Geneva Conventions, their Additional Protocols and customary IHL, for international and non-international armed conflicts.
Original language : English
English title : Animation explainer about the Geneva Conventions and IHL : film 4 : differences between Jus ad Bellum and Jus in Bello
Colour/B&W : colour
SD/HD : HD
Resolution : 1920 x 1080
Aspect ratio : 16/9
Original material/format : H264
Best material/format available : ProRes 422

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