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INEW advocacy ahead of the UN Security Council Protection of Civilians Debate

January 17, 2013  No comments
INEW advocacy ahead of the UN Security Council Protection of Civilians Debate

Explosive Weapons[1] and the Protection of Civilians Briefing paper by the International Network on Explosive Weapons ahead of the UN Security Council Protection of Civilians Debate, 12 February 2013 Whether from a bomb in a market in Pakistan or Iraq, shelling... Read more

Killer robots debate gets serious

January 9, 2013  No comments
Killer robots debate gets serious

The evolution of military technology and doctrine towards greater autonomy for machines and weapons on the battlefield has long been a concern for roboticists, ethicists and other thinkers and campaigners observing this trend. Opponents to autonomous weapons hold that the... Read more

Hamas and Israel should stop use of explosive weapons in populated areas

November 15, 2012  No comments
Hamas and Israel should stop use of explosive weapons in populated areas

Hamas and Israel should immediately stop using explosive weapons in populated areas as it puts civilians at risk of death and injury, damages infrastructure including homes, hospitals and schools, and escalates political tensions.  The recent increase in explosive weapon use... Read more

Lao cluster bomb survivor meets UK Foreign Secretary

November 6, 2012  No comments
Lao cluster bomb survivor meets UK Foreign Secretary

  Thoummy Silamphan, a campaigner and survivor of a cluster bomb accident, met UK Foreign Secretary William Hague yesterday morning at the opening of the new British Embassy in Vientiane, Lao PDR. Thoummy thanked Hague for Britain’s support for efforts... Read more

Campaigners meet to discuss disarmament as humanitar...

October 30, 2012

UK should review policy on depleted uranium

October 30, 2012

35 countries call for ban on nuclear weapons at Unit...

October 30, 2012

Syrian forces bombard towns with cluster bombs and o...

October 30, 2012
Comprehensive new study shows casualty recording can...
October 23, 2012
ATT negotiations stalled, but campaign achieves gain...
July 27, 2012
The spectrum of casualty recording
June 29, 2012
Drone strikes raise fundamental concerns for humanit...
June 20, 2012
Stay on target: UK should lead way in controlling ar...
April 27, 2012
Toxic Remnants of War project launched
April 11, 2012
Call for increased transparency in UK weapons review...
February 27, 2012
State use of explosive weapons: an indicator of cris...
February 21, 2012
NGOs and MPs meet UK Minister on Arms Trade Treaty
February 14, 2012
Response to The Economist on cluster munitions
December 2, 2011
We are all Costa Ricans today
November 26, 2011
Article 36 begins work to confront the technology of...
January 22, 2011
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