International humanitarian law contains rules regulating detention during an armed conflict they refer to the grounds for detention the procedures governing detention the conditions of detention and the protections offered to those detained for security or law enforcement purposes in an . International law has long differentiated between international and non international armed conflicts traditionally regulating the former far more comprehensively than the latter this is particularly stark in the case of detention where the law of non international armed conflict contains no rules on who may be detained what processes must be provided to review their detention and when . The gaps in ihl on detention in non international armed conflict niac as part of its overall project on strengthening legal protection for victims of armed conflict the icrc is currently undertaking consultation and research to identify options for strengthening ihl protection for persons deprived of their liberty in relation to niac. Detention in armed conflict while detailed rules exist in international armed conflicts to regulate detention their number is much more limited in non international armed conflicts there is thus a need to strengthen ihl protection for detainees in particular with regards to treatment and conditions of detention protection of vulnerable . Detention in non international armed conflicts sense rules on material conditions of detention fair trial rights and procedural safeguards in internment in the following discussion these rules will be briefly presented and compared to similar or equivalent human rights norms and the question of whether they remain
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