Application of the Principles of International Humanitarian Law, State of Law, State of Facts Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
Keywords:non-governmental organizations; international humanitarian law; civilian refugees; prisoners of war; international conventions
Internationally, the relations between nations are regulated by an international legal framework, almost unanimously recognized and which aims to regulate optimal cooperation. On a social level, the relations between the state and the citizen are also included in the national or, as the case may be, federal, community, etc. legislation. Both in one case and in the other, the types of established relationships lead to the democratization of the relationships between the parties, an absolutely indispensable standard in contemporary society. In the end, what interests the individual the most is the achievement of a standard of personal, general well-being, in the case of communities.
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