International humanitarian law is also known as law of armed conflict, or, simply put: the international rules of war, binding on all nations and all parties to any armed conflict.

… Rules: Do not involve civilians or non-combatants, do not touch them or dislocate them;and go easy on hors de combat (injured persons, or those incapacitated, or otherwise no longer capable of waging war)

International Judge Raul Pangalangan, JSD, LLM Prof. Rommel J. Casis, ICRC Philippines Head of Legal Georgia Hinds lead a panel discussion at the launch of the ICRC Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law on October 21, 2021 at 4pm-5pm

From the organizers:

“Online Philippine Launch of the Asia-Pacific Journal of International Humanitarian Law 2nd Edition
21 October 2021 4-5 PM
Register at: “

For convenience of readers, blog admin derived a more clickable link as follows:

Pubmat by the organizers

“There ain’t no gold in this river

“That I’ve been washin’ my hands in forever

“I know there is hope in these waters

“But I can’t bring myself to swim

“When I am drowning in this silence

“Baby, let me in … ” Adele (as songwriter, artist, and vocalist)

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