This report demonstrates the dire and long-lasting impact on civilians of the recent international coalition’s campaign in Mosul, Raqqa and Hawijah and calls for stronger international commitment against the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
Human Rights Watch – “‘Targeting Life in Idlib’: Syrian and Russian Strikes on Civilian Infrastructure”
This report documents 46 ground and air attacks by Syrian and Russian forces on civilian infrastructure in Idlib from April 2019-March 2020, most of which appeared to involve explosive weapons with wide-area effects in populated areas.
Statement by INEW to the UN General Assembly’s First Committee, delivered by Ms. Mahpekay Sidiqi, 13 October 2020
INEW bulletin #30 – Explosive Weapons & Coronavirus, Conflict Over Nagorno-Karabakh, and the UN General Assembly
INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
INEW’s latest bulletin includes new data on explosive weapons, plus commentary on Yemen’s conflict and recent events
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In this report, Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) presents the 2019 findings from the Explosive Violence Monitoring Project (EVMP) – the ninth consecutive year of the monitor. The EVMP tracks the impact of explosive weapon use worldwide as reported in English-language media.
INEW bulletin #28 with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
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AOAV’s latest report seeks to analyse, summarise and expand on into the specific health impacts of explosive weapons on their direct and indirect victims.
A report on the environmental impacts of explosive weapons.
A new HI study on the reverberating effects of explosive weapons in Yemen.