Oslo informal expert meeting on strengthening the protection of civilians from the us...
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway, convened a second informal meeting of governmental, military and other experts on strengthening the protection of civilians from the use of... Read more
Explosive weapons are leading cause of death for children in Syria
(London, 24 November 2013) New research published by Oxford Research Group shows that the primary cause of death for children during the conflict in Syria has been the use of explosive weapons in populated areas. Director of Article 36, Thomas... Read more
INEW writes to states on protecting civilians from explosive weapons
As the conflict in Syria enters its third year, reports on the situation civilians are facing, highlight the devastating impacts of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas and highlight the need to develop stronger international standards to restrict... Read more
Security Council debate highlights harm from explosive weapons in populated area
Report by the International Network on Explosive Weapons on the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict, 25 June 2012 The International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) has been working with states and organisations to highlight... Read more