About the Blog

About the Blog

Humanity in War is a forum dedicated to understanding International Humanitarian Law (IHL) – also known as the “laws of war” or “laws of armed conflict”- and applicability of this body of law to conflict situations around the world. Offering readers a non-partisan perspective, Humanity in War discusses important trends and developments, and provides analysis and opinions regarding the application of IHL to potential and active armed conflicts.

Disclaimer:  The views and opinions expressed in this blog may not reflect the positions of the American Red Cross, the International Committee of the Red Cross, the International Federation of the Red Cross or any Red Cross entity.

About the Editors

Christie Edwards is the Director of International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Federico Barillas Schwank is a Legal Advisor for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Lia Lindsey is a Legal Advisor for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Stephanie Rebolo is a Legal Fellow for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Merve Stolzman is a Legal Fellow for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Chelsea Kay Zimmerman is a Program Officer for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Joe Gibson is a Program Officer for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Karen Melara is a Program Officer for the International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

Yenisleidy Simon is a Youth Education Program Officer for International Humanitarian Law at the American Red Cross.

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One response to “About the Blog

  1. The email to register for the IHL class is incorrect. it should be “RFLGNY@redcross.org” (you forgot the G)

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