5. Other resources

This section draws on the article by Johanna Grombach Wagner, ICRC, entitled An IHL/ICRC perspective on ‘humanitarian space', at:

African Civil-Military Coordination (ACMC) Programme, at the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes.

Atkinson, P & Leader, N 2000. The ‘Joint policy of operation' and the ‘Principles and protocols of humanitarian action' in Liberia. Overseas Development Institute.

Bradbury, M, Leader, N & Mackintosh, K 2000. The ‘Agreement on ground rules' in South Sudan, Overseas Development Institute

Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue 2004. Humanitarian negotiation: A handbook for securing access, assistance and protection for civilians in armed conflict.

Glaser, MP 2005. Humanitarian engagement with non-state armed actors: The parameters of negotiated access. Overseas Development Institute.

Guidelines for relations between U.S. armed forces and non-governmental humanitarian organizations in hostile or potentially hostile environments. INTERACTION, US Institute of Peace and US Department of Defence.

OCHA Civil-Military Coordination Section (CMCS) is a specialised unit of OCHA that acts as a focal point in the humanitarian community for relations with the military, and mobilises military and civil defence assets to assist in the delivery of humanitarian assistance.

Wheeler, V & Harmer, A (eds) 2006. Resetting the rules of engagement: Trends and issues in military-humanitarian relations. Overseas Development Institute.