International humanitarian law


Crimes of War Project -- A collaboration of journalists, lawyers, and scholars that seeks to raise awareness of the laws of war and of the human consequences when armed conflict becomes entrenched. The goal of the Project is to translate the often dry, dense and arcane language of international humanitarian law so that it will have meaning and immediacy for news editors, reporters, policy makers, students and the general public. The Crimes of War Web Magazine is posted every two months. Each issue consists of several articles organized around an overarching theme, such as a current or past conflict, or a groundbreaking development in international humanitarian law.

International Campaign for Justice for the Victims of Sabra and Shatila -- Dr. Lauri King-Irani, North American Coordinator. Concerned with issues of international law and crimes against humanity. Offers news on the case lodged in Belgium against Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and other Israelis and Lebanese responsible for the massacre, killing, rape and disappearance of civilians that took place in Beirut between 16 and 18 September 1982 in the camps of Sabra and Shatila and the surrounding area.