Vincent Bernard

Number of articles written: 25 articles

Vincent Bernard

Number of articles written: 25 articles

Vincent BERNARD is editor in chief of the International Review of the Red Cross, a leading academic journal on humanitarian law, policy and action published by the ICRC and Cambridge University Press. He is also the head of the Law and Policy Forum, which leads ICRC’s engagement with expert audiences interested in teaching, researching and debating international humanitarian law (IHL). The unit runs the Humanitarium conference center in Geneva, the new Humanitarian Law and Policy blog, the IHL online training center etc. Vincent joined the ICRC in 1998 and worked in the field for 6 years in Dakar, Nairobi and Jerusalem. As head of the ICRC’s field communication set-up from 2006 to 2010 he travelled and worked in most of ICRC’s operational contexts. Prior to joining the organization, Vincent studied political science, law and international relations at the Political Science Institute and Law Faculty in Strasburg, The King’s College, London and the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, and taught law at the University of Marmara in Istanbul.

Published articles

article IRRC No. 910

Editorial: Memory: A new humanitarian frontier

article IRRC No. 907/908/909

Editorial: Witness to the humanitarian revolution

article IRRC No. 906

Editorial: Conflict in Syria: Finding hope amid the ruins

article IRRC No. 905

Editorial: The missing

article IRRC No. 904

Editorial: Migration and displacement: Humanity with its back to the wall

article IRRC No. 903

Editorial: Out of sight, out of mind? Exposing the human cost of detention

article IRRC No. 900

Editorial: The evolution of warfare

article IRRC No. 902

Editorial: War and security at sea - warning shots

article IRRC No. 899

Editorial: The human cost of nuclear weapons

article IRRC No. 901

Editorial: War in Cities: the Spectre of Total War