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La protection de la santé dans les conflits armés

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 April 2010

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Les conflits armés ont toujours des conséquences néfastes sur la santé, soit par l'effet direct des armes qui entraînent des blessures, des brûlures, des asphyxies et des irradiations pouvant affecter massivement une communauté, soit par les maladies engendrées par les perturbations du milieu dans lequel vivent les populations.

Dans la majorité des cas, ce ne sont pas les effets directs des armes, mais surtout les conditions dans lesquelles doivent vivre les populations qui sont les plus meurtrières.

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Copyright © International Committee of the Red Cross 1991

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References

1 Surbeck, J.J. et Russbach, R., «Le droit international humanitaire et la protection de la santé», Revue québecoise de droit international, vol. 2, 1985, pp. 155193.Google Scholar

2 Dr.Baccino-Astrada, Aima, Manuel des droits et devoirs du personnel sanitaire lors des conflits armés, CICR-Ligue, Genève, 1982.Google Scholar

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