Charlotte Mohr

Number of articles written: 9 articles

Charlotte Mohr

Number of articles written: 9 articles

Charlotte Mohr joined the ICRC Library in 2018 after graduating with an MA from the University of Lausanne. She is currently its Reference Librarian for the collections on the ICRC’s history and activities, and is also in charge of the institutional repository of ICRC publications.

Published articles

article IRRC No. 924

Librarian’s Pick: Scorched Earth: Environmental Warfare as a Crime against Humanity and Nature, by Emmanuel Kreike

article IRRC No. 923

Librarian’s Pick: Intersections in cultural heritage law

article IRRC No. 922

Librarian’s Pick, The protection of persons with disabilities in armed conflict: An empty shelf in an IHL-specialized library?

article IRRC No. 920-921

From the Gilded Age to the Digital Age: The evolution of ICRC legal commentaries

article IRRC No. 920-921

Book review: “Decolonization, Self-Determination, and the Rise of Global Human Rights Politics”

article IRRC No. 918

The President on Trial: Prosecuting Hissène Habré

article IRRC No. 913

Librarian’s Pick: "Transitional Justice and the 'Disappeared' of Northern Ireland: Silence, Memory, and the Construction of the Past"

article IRRC No. 911

Librarians' pick: International Law's Objects

article IRRC No. 907/908/909

Reflections on the development of the Movement and international humanitarian law through the lens of the ICRC Library’s Heritage Collection