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Wheelchair Unbound – How Sports Healed my Body and Spirit

Wheelchair Unbound – How Sports Healed my Body and Spirit

On the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disability, here is a piece written by Tasneem Fatima, national wheelchair basketball player and the president of Delhi State Wheelchair Basketball Association, ...

Rubin Joseph & Santhosh John Thooval Emerge Joint Winners of the PII-ICRC Award for Humanitarian Reporting

Rubin Joseph & Santhosh John Thooval Emerge Joint Winners of the PII-ICRC Award for Humanitarian Reporting

The 10th edition of the PII-ICRC Annual Awards was recently held at India International Centre in New Delhi.

40 South Asian Experts Share Perspectives on IHL at Regional Session

40 South Asian Experts Share Perspectives on IHL at Regional Session

The ICRC, together with the Indian Society of International Law, hosted the twenty-eighth annual South Asia Teaching Session on international humanitarian law from 23-28 October, 2016 in Delhi.

Victory By Any Means Isn’t Victory At All — Respect the Rules of War

Victory By Any Means Isn’t Victory At All — Respect the Rules of War

When nations and armed groups fight to win ‘by any means’, we lose. When the rules of war are not respected, we all lose.

First-Time Finalists from Panjab University Emerge Winners at Henry Dunant Moot Court Competition

First-Time Finalists from Panjab University Emerge Winners at Henry Dunant Moot Court Competition

National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore stood a close second.

India’s Young Minds Gather to Debate IHL

India’s Young Minds Gather to Debate IHL

In his inaugural address at the 16th Henry Dunant Moot Court Competition, Hon’ble Justice Madan B Lokur underscored the need for members of the legal fraternity to improve their knowledge of International Humanitarian Law ...

Fear No More: Be the Good Samaritan Who Can Save a Life

Fear No More: Be the Good Samaritan Who Can Save a Life

Today, road accidents cause the most number of deaths in India. It is the biggest man-made disaster which has been recurring at an alarming rate every year.

Ten Years of Recognising Humanitarian Reporting

Ten Years of Recognising Humanitarian Reporting

Now into their 10th edition, the Annual Awards for Best Article and Photograph on a Humanitarian Subject have been a source of encouragement for journalists in India who choose to highlight under-reported ...

Iraq: Children Stare at an Uncertain Future

Iraq: Children Stare at an Uncertain Future

Even as the ICRC continues to provide relief to a large number of the affected population — with food, drinking water and medical assistance — today, one out of ten children ...

Game for Empowerment, Recognition and Pride

Game for Empowerment, Recognition and Pride

What began two years ago as a training camp with a few players and coaches has evolved into an internationally-recognised annual wheelchair basketball clinic drawing over 150 participants from as many as 20 states ...

Peter Maurer Speaks on Migration…

Peter Maurer Speaks on Migration…

As the World Humanitarian Summit draws near, we bring you a series of blogposts highlighting three critical humanitarian concerns that are bound to feature during the discussions on 23-24 May ...