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Profiles in disaster law advocacy

20 February 2014

Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Dr. Fawzi Oussedik

Profile : Dr Fawzi Oussedik, Head of International Relations and International Humanitarian Law, Qatar Red Crescent
Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Hon Patricia M Hajabakiga
28 June 2013

Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Hon Patricia M Hajabakiga

As a politician in Rwanda and the East African Community (EAC), Hon Patricia M Hajabakiga is a strong advocate for legal preparedness for disasters in the region.
Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Captain Jean Damascène Kayitana
28 February 2013

Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Captain Jean Damascène Kayitana

Former Military Prosecutor and Advisor to the Rwandan Minister of Defence, Captain Jean Damascène Kayitana, first became involved in disaster management when he was appointed Advisor to the MIDIMAR in 2010.
Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Fine Tuitupou-Arnold
21 December 2012

Profile in Disaster Law Advocacy: Fine Tuitupou-Arnold

For Fine Tuitupou-Arnold, disasters are a part of everyday life. In her role as International Humanitarian Law Officer for the Cook Islands Red Cross Society (CIRCS), Tuitupou-Arnold has taken on responsibilities for both IHL and IDRL
Profile in disaster law advocacy: Anne Lice Hernández Alba
31 October 2012

Profile in disaster law advocacy: Anne Lice Hernández Alba

We spoke with Anne Lice Hernández Alba, Relief Coordinator and Inter-institutional Focal Point of the Mexican Civil Protection Department.
Profile in disaster law advocacy: Dr. Jesus 'Gary' Domingo
31 October 2012

Profile in disaster law advocacy: Dr. Jesus 'Gary' Domingo

Jesus “Gary” Domingo is not your average diplomat. In his very first mission on behalf of the Philippine government, he found himself at the forefront of “danger diplomacy,” coordinating the evacuation of overseas Filipino workers in Iraq and ...
Dr Bosko Jakovljevic
30 August 2012

Profile in disaster law advocacy: Dr Bosko Jakovljevic

Dr Bosko Jakovljevic joined the former Yugoslav Red Cross Society in 1947 as a volunteer, to contribute to its humanitarian relief work, and especially its work with communities affected by conflict.

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