An urgent priority for humanity: lethal autonomous weapons systems must be prohibited
Article 36 remarks to the CCW debate on lethal autonomous weapons systems 13 November 2015 Delivered by Thomas Nash Thank you Mr Chairperson, Overall we feel it is clear from the debate this morning and yesterday that lethal autonomous weapons systems... Read more
Statement to CCW, 13 Nov 2014
Statement by Article 36 to the Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, United Nations, Geneva, 13 November 2014 Thank you Mr President. Against the very challenging background of ongoing grave civilian harm during armed conflict,... Read more
The CCW should review Protocol III to better protect civilians from incendiary weapon...
Article 36 delivered the following statement on incendiary weapons during discussions within the United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons. The statement supports the call by Human Rights Watch for states to address the inadequacies of Protocol III of the... Read more