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:: Volume 17, Issue 4 (2-2023) ::
2023, 17(4): 9-16 Back to browse issues page
Ethics in International Conflict: The Nature and Effects of Humanitarian Rights on Women and Children
Abstract:   (423 Views)
Background: In all wars, the only group that suffers even more than the military is the civilians, because they are the target of these conflicts due to their physiological condition, and because they are less able to defend themselves, they are more at risk than others. Individuals are exposed and more exposed to violence and violations of rights and freedoms than any other individual or group, and the majority of victims are refugees and displaced persons. Given the importance of ethics in international conflicts, this article examines the nature of humanitarian rights for women and children in international conflicts and their effects, as well as reviews the protection mechanisms and human rights of women and children in armed conflicts in the international legal system. Humanitarian has paid off.
Conclusion: The enemy always tries to subdue the other side by putting pressure on the civilian population, and in this unequal scene, the first people to be targeted are women and children. Since the harm of this part of human society has a great impact on the health and well-being of societies, the need for the efforts of moral thinkers and scientific elites to develop and provide moral, legal and executive solutions is doubled. Studies show that the rules of international armed conflict impose minimum obligations on the parties to the conflict, as well as the use of tools and methods of warfare, which may lead to liability for breaches of these obligations.

 
Keywords: Humanitarian law, Civilians, Women, Children, International conflicts
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/08/10 | Accepted: 2020/10/12 | Published: 2023/02/9
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Ethics in International Conflict: The Nature and Effects of Humanitarian Rights on Women and Children. Ethics in Science and Technology 2023; 17 (4) :9-16
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