“United in the Name of Humanity: The Experience of Teaching International Humanitarian Law to Military Chaplains”, an article authored in Ukrainian and Russian languages (with a translation available in English), explores the importance of military chaplains at the intersection of religion and International Humanitarian Law (IHL).

This article authored by Tymur Korotkyi, Adviser to the President of the Red Cross Society of Ukraine on International Humanitarian Law and Head of the Department of International Law and Comparative Law at the National Aviation University (Kyiv, Ukraine), and Viacheslav Maievskyi, international lawyer and national coordinator on International Humanitarian Law of the Red Cross Society of Ukraine, talks about the experience of the Red Cross Society teaching IHL to military chaplains in the Ukraine.

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