We are all Costa Ricans today
Thomas Nash 26 November 2011 I tend to scowl when I hear people say that we can’t influence world affairs for the better because there are forces at play that are much too powerful. We can only tinker at the... Read more
Charter for the recognition of every casualty of armed violence
A group of NGOs concerned with the recording of casualties from armed violence is inviting civil society actors to give their support to a ‘Charter for the recognition of every casualty of armed violence.’ The Charter is being facilitated by Oxford Research Group and... Read more
International Network on Explosive Weapons presents a new call on States and other ac...
The International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) has published a more detailed “call” that will provide the basis for the network’s development and subsequent work. The call was announced on 29th June at a side event to the Convention on Cluster... Read more
UK government should stop banks financing cluster bombs
PRESS RELEASE: ARTICLE 36 Despite UK ban on weapon, Royal Bank of Scotland revealed as one of EU’s worst offenders (London, 25 May 2011) – UK campaign group Article 36 today called on the British government to take immediate action... Read more