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The protection of civilians mandate in UN peacekeeping operations: reconciling protection concepts and practices
International Review of the Red Cross
The 'protection of civilians' mandate in United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations fulfils a critical role in realising broader protection objectives, which have in recent years become an important focus of international relations and international law. The concepts of the 'protection of civilians' constructed by the humanitarian, human rights and peacekeeping communities have evolved somewhat separately, resulting in disparate understandings of the associated normative bases, substance anddoi:10.1017/s1816383114000095 fatcat:zsp7wm6kvnbyxmgmy2neux2h7u