IASC Reference Group on Humanitarian Action and Human Rights Protecting Human

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IASC Reference Group on Humanitarian Action and Human Rights, Protecting Human Rights Through Humanitarian Action Programmes and Practices Gathered from the Field IASC, 2006a. Human Rights Guidance Note for Humanitarian Coordinators. Inter-Agency Standing Committee, July 2006. - coordinators.pdf IASC, 2006b. Protecting Persons Affected By Natural Disasters. IASC Operational Guidelines on Human Rights and Natural Disasters . Inter-Agency Standing Committee, June 2006. IASC, 2004b. Frequently Asked Questions on International Humanitarian, Human Rights and Refugee Law. Inter-Agency Standing Committee, January 2004. 37
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