This book will become as the definitive textbook for instructors and students alike, in the increasingly popular field of human rights law of non-international armed conflicts. While traditional approach to international law and armed conflict focuses on the international humanitarian law (IHL) alone, this book incorporates other international legal regimes such as human rights law and international criminal law as well. In doing so, a broader picture emerges and reveals the current challenges faced in regulating violence in internal conflicts. This in turn highlights the complexities, intricacies, and the interrelationship of the different regimes that may be rendered applicable to armed conflicts. Also, in taking a more inclusive approach, this book provides a new perspective on both existing and emerging themes in this field. The topics covered in this book include: protection of human rights; ensuring IHL standards in internal conflicts; protection of women and children their involvement in those situations; relationship between human rights and IHL and ensuring international criminal justice. Readership: students of undergraduate, postgraduates, PhD as well as practitioners.