A guidance document in simple language for health personnel, setting out their rights and responsibilities in conflict and other situations of violence. One surgeon who reviewed the text said: "It's what I wish I'd had in my pocket when I first went into the field as a surgeon with the ICRC." It explains how responsibilities and rights for health personnel can be derived from international humanitarian law, human rights law and medical ethics.
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