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Doctors Under Fire aims to harness people power – medics and non-medics alike – globally to join together in ONE VOICE to say ENOUGH

 

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What we have done

Past Events

March With Medics Under Fire

On Saturday, 7 May, 2016, Dr David Nott will be one of the speakers at a march organised by a collection of medical charities to protest against the targeting of hospitals and healthcare workers in war zones.

If you were horrified by the attacks on hospitals last week in Aleppo, which killed the last remaining paediatrician in the city, please come and support us.

We will meet on the North Terrace of Trafalgar Square at 2pm.  A number of short speeches will be given before we march to Downing Street to deliver a letter calling for action against those who contravene international humanitarian law to target medical workers.

Attacking Health

On Saturday, 7 May, 2016, Dr David Nott will be one of the speakers at a march organised by a collection of medical charities to protest against the targeting of hospitals and healthcare workers in war zones.

If you were horrified by the attacks on hospitals last week in Aleppo, which killed the last remaining paediatrician in the city, please come and support us.

We will meet on the North Terrace of Trafalgar Square at 2pm.  A number of short speeches will be given before we march to Downing Street to deliver a letter calling for action against those who contravene international humanitarian law to target medical workers.

The End Of Humanitarian Law?

Magdalene Fellow Dr Adam Coutts is hosting a Panel discussion in the Magdalene College Cripps Auditorium on Friday 16 March for anyone interested in international law, development and the Middle East, titled Attacking health: the end of international humanitarian law?

Years of attacks on civilians, health facilities and healthcare workers in Syria, Yemen, South Sudan and the Central African Republic have demonstrated the challenges of implementing international humanitarian law and getting warring parties to adhere.

Does the unprecedented rate and frequency of attacks on health and facilities globally signify the end of International Humanitarian Law? Why have our global legal frameworks been unable to protect places of care and those who serve in them?

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