The Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS (1863 - )

"This Convention represents the fourth updated version of the Geneva Convention on the wounded and sick following those adopted in 1864, 1906 and 1929. It contains 64 articles. These provide protection for the wounded and sick, but also for medical and religious personnel, medical units and medical transports. The Convention also recognizes the distinctive emblems. It has two annexes containing a draft agreement relating to hospital zones and a model identity card for medical and religious personnel." - Summary by International Committee of the Red Cross Please note, this recording DOESN'T include the 3 protocols.

Genre(s): War & Military, Law

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preliminary Remarks, Provisions Common to the Four Conventions BettyB
00:13:18
Play 01 Introductory notes: Geneva Convention I BettyB
00:06:46
Play 02 Convention Header, Chapter I, II: General Provisions, Wounded and Sick TriciaG
00:22:08
Play 03 Chapter III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII: Medical Units and Establishments, Personnel, Buildings and Material, Medical Transports, The distinctive emblem, The execution of the Convention TriciaG
00:28:42
Play 04 Chapter IX: Repression of Abuses and Infractions. Final Provisions, Denunciation, Annex 1 gdman411
00:18:13
Play 05 Introductory Notes: Geneva Convention II gdman411
00:05:08
Play 06 Convention Header, Chapters I, II: General Provisions, Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked gdman411
00:24:39
Play 07 Chapters III, IV and V: Hospital Ships, Personnel and Medical transports gdman411
00:16:03
Play 08 Chapters VI, VII, VIII and Final Provisions: The distinctive emblem, The execution of the Convention, Repression of Abuses and Infractions gdman411
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Play 09 Introductory notes: Geneva Convention III Kathrine Engan
00:11:31
Play 10 Convention header Part I: General Provisions, Part II (General Protection of Prisoners of War) Kathrine Engan
00:19:15
Play 11 Part III (Captivity) Section I: Beginning of Captivity Kathrine Engan
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Play 12 Part III (Captivity) Section II: Internment of Prisoners of War Kathrine Engan
00:26:46
Play 13 Part III (Captivity) Sections III-IV Will Thompson
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Play 14 Part III (Captivity) Section V Will Thompson
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Play 15 Part III (Captivity) Section VI Will Thompson
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Play 16 Part IV (Termination of Captivity) gdman411
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Play 17 Part V (Information Bureaux and Relief Societies for Prisoners of War) gdman411
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Play 18 Part VI (Execution of the Convention) gdman411
00:12:52
Play 19 Annex I, II, III, and V gdman411
00:26:08
Play 20 Introductory Notes: Geneva Convention: IV Maria Kasper
00:13:55
Play 21 Convention Header, Part I (General Provisions) Maria Kasper
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Play 22 Part II (General Protection of Population Against Certain Consequences of War) Maria Kasper
00:15:01
Play 23 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Sections I and II Maria Kasper
00:17:00
Play 24 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Section III Maria Kasper
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Play 25 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Section IV Chapters I-III Maria Kasper
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Play 26 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Section IV Chapters IV-VIII Maria Kasper
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Play 27 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Section IV Chapters IX-XII Maria Kasper
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Play 28 Part III (Status and Treatment of Protected Persons) Section V Maria Kasper
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Play 29 Part IV (Execution of the Convention), Annex I, Annex II Maria Kasper
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