Casualty recording


Charter for the recognition of every casualty of armed violence

3 years ago

The British Medical Journal on Syria, casualty recording and bombing in populated are...

September 30, 2015  Comments are off
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Syrian casualty data shows children most likely to be killed by bombs and shells by Thomas Nash In an editorial accompanying a study of casualty data from the conflict in Syria, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has underlined the urgency... Read more

Multilateral disarmament processes and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals

September 29, 2015  Comments are off
Multilateral disarmament processes and implementing the Sustainable Development Goals

In September 2015 Article 36 made a submission to the inquiry into the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their implementation by the UK parliament Select Committee on International Development. Using data collected for our ongoing project to map the participation of developing countries in multilateral forums, our... Read more

37 countries commit to protect education from attack, record casualties – but not UK

June 11, 2015  Comments are off

Schools and universities have been used for military purposes by government forces and non-state armed groups in 26 countries since 2005 – the majority of countries experiencing armed conflict during this period. The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack... Read more

Casualty recording, critical argument and campaignin...

July 23, 2013

Reclaiming the Protection of Civilians Under IHL

May 23, 2013

Weapons, casualty recording and victims rights

May 10, 2013

APPG on weapons and protection of civilians held ann...

February 6, 2013
US drone strike data contradiction
February 4, 2013
Comprehensive new study shows casualty recording can...
October 23, 2012
UN Review Conference on small arms: recording casual...
August 21, 2012
The spectrum of casualty recording
June 29, 2012
Restarting disarmament
May 4, 2012
Ensuring the recognition of every casualty
September 12, 2011