RICR No. 853

The roots of behaviour in war: Understanding and preventing IHL violations

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The Roots of Behaviour in War study sought to contribute to improvements in the communication policies and strategies of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) so as to make them more effective in preventing violations of international humanitarian law (IHL). The study addressed two main questions:a) What are the key factors which influence the behaviour of bearers of weapons so that they respect or violate IHL in any given situation?b) Do prevention strategies drawn up by the ICRC take due account of the answers given to the foregoing question?

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