de Guttry, Andrea, Gestri, Marco, Venturini, Gabriella (Eds.)
2012, XXIV, 740 p.
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First scholarly work that addresses comprehensively the rising area of International Disaster Response Law, looking at it from different disciplines that are connected yet discrete (Public International Law, EU Law, Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Environmental Law, The law of international Organizations, etc.)
With contributions from practitioners with a deep understanding of the actual problems faced by actors in the field, hence providing the book with an additional cutting edge
Provides legal and policy recommendations which are useful in filling the legal gaps or inconsistencies that are currently affecting this area of international law
An important reference work for individuals and institutions wishing to gain a deeper understanding of the multifaceted legal issues related to the prevention and management of disaster situations
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Disaster - Humanitarian Personnel - International Law - Relief actions - Victims