The recently-launched findings of the ICRC’s People on War Survey have brought to the fore several concerns about the way armed conflict is being conducted today as well as the nature of public opinion around the world towards issues of war. A lot has changed since the last time this survey was conducted in 1999. What do these survey results from 16 countries mean for the ICRC and its global operations?

In this video, Dr Helen Durham, Director of International Law and Policy at the ICRC, illustrates the significance of these findings.


Also see:

A Snapshot of What People Think about War in 2016

People on War: Perspectives from 16 Countries