Geneva Convention protocols

This content was published on February 22, 2005 - 16:08

Twenty-five years ago, international humanitarian law took a big step forwards with the adoption of two protocols to the Geneva Conventions. To mark this anniversary the Swiss foreign ministry and the International Committee of the Red Cross are staging a number of events. For example, for the first time ever, the original Geneva Convention of 1864 is on display to the public at Geneva’s Red Cross Museum. Swiss Radio International’s Roy Probert takes a look at the enduring relevance of the convention.

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