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Jeffrey Flynn

hard to deny the ‘special relationship between photography and humanitarianism’ ( Fehrenbach and Rodogno, 2015 : 4). Advances in technology, such as the portable Kodak introduced by George Eastman in 1888, secured this connection just before and after the turn of the nineteenth century, as images from multiple waves of Indian famine were disseminated (1876–78, 1896–97, 1899–1900) and ‘atrocity photographs’ distributed by The Congo Reform Association (1903–13) generated moral

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Mirror or looking-glass?
Luíza Leão Soares Pereira

determination’ of international law, but part of the complex system whereby custom develops. 3 Why the Commission did not go further As explained above, the Commission did not go far enough in assessing its role in the development of custom. Although it accepted that its output ‘may have particular value’, it attached this value to its ‘special relationship to states’, which is only part of the story. It also only addressed its role in the commentary, not in the conclusions themselves. This is in contrast with ‘Teachings’ and ‘Decisions of courts and tribunals

in International organisations, non-State actors, and the formation of customary international law
Margaret Brazier
Emma Cave

the injured patient sue the GP? Might the patient argue that the failure to protect him was itself a breach of his Article 8 rights? 129 Courts in England are reluctant to make any defendant liable for a wrong committed by an adult and independent third party, unless he either had a special responsibility to exercise control over that third party or a special relationship with the claimant to safeguard him from harm at the hands of that third party. 130 Data Protection Act 1998 4.17 The Data Protection Act 1998 implemented the 1995 Data Protection Directive

in Medicine, patients and the law (sixth edition)