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About Red Cross Emblem ( Hindi)   
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It is a radio programme produced by Ek Duniya Ek Awaz. The present programme speaks about the various uses and significance of Red Cross emblem. It also describes the protective and indicative use of Red Cross Emblem.

Dr N K Singh, Director, Information and Development, Indian Red Cross Society, speaks about the origin of Red Cross, Red Crescent and Red Crystal. He also delineates the various awareness campaign to bar the misuse of the emblem. It speaks about the people who offer humanitarian service during war and conflict. They wear the Red Cross emblem during the service and their security should be of primary importance.

Impact of conflicts on women and children ( Hindi)   
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It is a radio programme produced by Ek Duniya Ek Awaz. The present programme talks about the sufferings of women who are affected by war and conflict.

Prof Anuradha M Chenoy, Dean, School of International Studies, said that according to WHO report, 80 per cent of the displaced from war are women and children. Women are the worst affected during war. According to the Geneva Convention’s additional protocol, it is important to follow the rule of war. Women are not endowed with fundamental rights at the time of war.

Dr Meenakshi Gopinath, Director, WISCOMP, spoke about the various impacts of war on women and agriculture. She also said that women play a vital role in peace building in the war zone areas.

Geneva Convention ( Hindi)   
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This is a radio programme based on Geneva Convention. Geneva Convention is an international law which sets some rules for the countries involved in any kind of war or conflict. Geneva Convention provides rules for the safety and providing medical treatment to the injured soldiers prisioners of the war. Geneva Convention is also implemented in the violence within the country or internal conflicts. In this radio programme we interview Dr Srinivas Burra of South Asian University. Dr Burra delves into the significance of this conevntion and its relevance in present conflict situations. He also focused on India’s active role in its implementation and reservations on some its protocols. Talking about the implementation of Geneva Convention, he said that there is a to have effective institutional mechanism for its implementation.

Humanitarian Issues --> IHLs

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