The threat to human rights posed by non state actors is of increasing concern the author addresses the international obligations of belligerents national liberation movements and insurgent entities looks at the growing demands that such armed groups respect human rights norms and considers some of the options for holding. Human rights obligations of armed non state actors an exploration of the practice of the n human rights council 5 the research undertaken for this paper focused on hrc resolutions since the hrc was created in 2006 as required by general assembly ga resolution 60 251 of 15 march 2006 the council must promote human rights for all and also address. This book explores the human rights obligations of armed non state actors in non international armed conflicts from the existing sources this book seriously challenges the statecentric view of human rights by breaking the traditional perception of international human rights regime that applies only to state actors. Regarding the international responsibilities of armed non state actors and addresses issues surrounding engagement with such groups much has been written on the need to engage non state armed groups over humanitarian norms1 and manuals have been written on how best to go. In june 2017 the harvard law school program on international law and armed conflicts published a briefing on armed non state actors and international human rights law an analysis of the un security council and un general assembly in this blog post i demonstrate why the briefing and the data collected in the annexes is an important addition to knowledge in this area that will
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