Prioritising the protection of health care during armed conflict
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Comments on Resolution
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Health Care Attacks
Dr Jan Topley
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK.
Thank you for all your efforts in creating, promoting, and pushing for implementation of this very important resolution.
Belis Aladag, MD, MPH
Mary K. Anglin, PhD, MPH
Hodges Health Care Domains Framework
This resolution saddens me: that we should need it in the 21st century after millennia of human conflict. The resolution is an essential course of action that I will help to publicize. Resources by way of legal enforcement, financial and personnel as declared in the resolution to protect basic human rights and health care provision must be assured and enforced globally. As per the trend of pursuing those who commit crimes against humanity should be escalated as the means to record and furnish evidence also increases. This is imperative as a deterrent to those who supposedly 'lead' and those who invariably follow. In this sense 'education for all' is crucial to help prevent indoctrination (with an additional health dividend).
Dr Anne Kerr
Cecilia Guastadisegni of the Istituto Superiore di Sanita'
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