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“Indiscriminate harm”: explosive weapons in populated areas raised at UN protection debate, expert meeting announced

“Indiscriminate harm”: explosive weapons in populated areas raised at UN protection debate, expert meeting announced

February 11, 2015

On 30 January 2015, the UN Security Council held an open debate on the protection of civilians in armed conflict. Read More

Explosive weapons in international criminal tribunal cases: launch of PAX’s “Unacceptable Risk” report

Explosive weapons in international criminal tribunal cases: launch of PAX’s “Unacceptable Risk” report

February 9, 2015

On 28 January, the International Humanitarian and Criminal Law (IHCL) Platform of the T.M.C. Asser Instituut hosted the launch of INEW member PAX’s report Read More

INEW briefing paper ahead of UNSC Protection of Civilians debate, 12 February 2014

INEW briefing paper ahead of UNSC Protection of Civilians debate, 12 February 2014

January 13, 2014

Explosive weapons and the protection of civilians Briefing paper by the International Network on Explosive Weapons ahead of the UN Read More

UN Secretary-General raises concerns over explosive weapons in latest Protection of Civilians report

UN Secretary-General raises concerns over explosive weapons in latest Protection of Civilians report

November 22, 2013

Continuing the attention given in previous reports to the problems resulting from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas, Read More

UN Security Council’s protection of civilians’ debate raises concerns over explosive weapons

UN Security Council’s protection of civilians’ debate raises concerns over explosive weapons

August 21, 2013

On Monday 19 August 2013, the United Nations Security Council held an Open Debate on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict, under the Argentinean presidency.

INEW advocacy ahead of the Reclaiming the Protection of Civilians under IHL conference in Oslo, Norway

INEW advocacy ahead of the Reclaiming the Protection of Civilians under IHL conference in Oslo, Norway

May 21, 2013

Explosive Weapons[1] and the Protection of Civilians Briefing paper by the International Network on Explosive Weapons ahead of the Reclaiming Read More

AOAV report ‘An Explosive Situation’: 26% increase from last year in civilian casualties from explosive weapons

AOAV report ‘An Explosive Situation’: 26% increase from last year in civilian casualties from explosive weapons

April 13, 2013

An Explosive Situation, the latest report from Action on Armed Violence (AOAV), was launched today, 12 April 2013. It reveals Read More

Explosive weapons raised as key issue in Security Council debate on protection of civilians

Explosive weapons raised as key issue in Security Council debate on protection of civilians

February 28, 2013

The UN Security Council held a debate on the protection of civilians on 12 February 2013. During the debate 15 Read More

UN concerned over impact of explosive weapons on children

UN concerned over impact of explosive weapons on children

November 5, 2012

The UN Secretary-General and the UN Special Representative to the Secretary General for Children and Armed Conflict have highlighted the Read More

Security Council debate highlights harm from explosive weapons in populated areas

Security Council debate highlights harm from explosive weapons in populated areas

June 29, 2012

Report by the International Network on Explosive Weapons on the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on the Protection of Civilians Read More

INEW advocacy ahead of Security Council debate on protection of civilians

INEW advocacy ahead of Security Council debate on protection of civilians

May 14, 2012

Explosive weapons in populated areas – the challenge for civilian protection The International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW)[1] calls on Read More

New data shows civilians bore brunt of bombings in 2011

New data shows civilians bore brunt of bombings in 2011

March 27, 2012

Press release from Action on Armed Violence For immediate release (London, 27 March 2012) UK organisation Action on Armed Violence Read More

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