“Health in Conflict” is a campaign about the consequences of war on the physical and mental health of people who suffer it, as well as on health infrastructure and medical staff trying to do their work impartially. The campaing claims the respect of the rules of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in respecting civilians and health workers in armed conflicts. The exhibition is based on highly testimonial and experiential content. Made with a very small budget, this exhibition has achieved a significant impact thanks to the collaboration of great photographers, museums, and archives of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Campaign’s components: exhibition, artwork, education activities.
Campaing’s theme: IHL’s rules on health issues in armed conflicts
Poster and campaign image
Instalación lazos familiares, vídeo de fondo [sin audio]