Impact of heavy explosive weapons in Gaza exposes UK failure to lead on protection of...
Civilian suffering in Gaza has been driven by the extensive use of heavy explosive weapons across a populated area. The UK is nominally the lead nation for the Protection of Civilians on the UN Security Council where the impact of... Read more
Gender discrimination, power and saying no to all-male panels
On 19 May 2014, Article 36 began compiling a list of men pledging not to speak on all male panels in global disarmament, arms control and peace and security forums. This followed an expert meeting on autonomous weapons at the... Read more
Who pays for toxic remnants of war? Featured
By Aneaka Kellay, Researcher, Toxic Remnants of War Project The ongoing Syrian conflict and return to instability in Iraq this week are stark reminders of war’s devastating effects. While the immediate and shocking consequences of conflict, such as the killing... Read more
UK completed destruction of its entire stockpile of cluster munitions
The UK has announced that it has finished destroying its entire stockpile of cluster munitions, more than five years ahead of the schedule set by the treaty that bans cluster munitions. The UK has also stated that it has “no... Read more