Katalog zbrodni wojennych w świetle Statutu Stałego Międzynarodowego Trybunału Karnego
Słowa kluczowe:military conflict, International humanitarian law, International Criminal Court, Polish Red Cross, the protection of cultural property, War crimes
In the last 50 years more than 250 conflicts broke worldwide out and killed more than 86 million civilians, mostly women and children. Over 170 million people have been deprived of their dignity, rights and possessions. The majority of the victims were forgotten, and only a few war criminals were tried. The regulations existing in international law, which are prohibiting war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity, protection of cultural heritage and, most recently aggression are not effective and not respected. To this day an effective system of enforcing those rights and bringing the individuals responsible for it to justice does not exist.