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Security Council Can Do More to Protect Health Care in Conflict

Our Leonard Rubenstein writes, “In May the UN Security Council adopted a wide-ranging resolution designed to protect health care in conflict. On September 28, under New Zealand’s leadership, it will have a briefing and consultation on the resolution, designated 2286, including consideration of the Secretary General’s extensive recommendations for its implementation”

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