Statement by the International Network on Explosive Weapons UN General Assembly First Committee – Disarmament and International Security
INEW Statement – UNGA First Committee, October 8 2021
Article 36 is seeking a skilled and experienced researcher to provide thematic and country-level research and analysis for the Explosive Weapons Monitor project.
A short report on the UN Security Council’s virtual debate on the Secretary General’s recent report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict. Image: © UN Photo
INEW delivers statement to the UN Human Rights Council on the use of explosive weapons in the Occupied Palestinian Territories
INEW statement on the use of explosive weapons, delivered by Laura Boillot to the Human Rights Council – Special session to address the grave human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories including East Jerusalem
Media release: A decade’s data: 9/10 casualties in armed conflicts are civilians when explosive weapons are used in towns and cities
PDF version (Tuesday, May 25, 2021) – Over the past ten years Action on Armed Violence (AOAV), an INEW member, Read More
Over the past ten years Action on Armed Violence (AOAV), an INEW member, has collected data documenting the impact of Read More
UN Secretary-General decries devastating impact of explosive weapons in latest annual report on the protection of civilians in conflict
In his new report on the protection of civilians in conflict, UN Secretary-General António Guterres emphasises that, over the last year, civilians continued to bear the brunt of military operations and calls for parties to conflict to avoid the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
On 27 April, the UN Security Council held an open debate on “Critical Infrastructure: The Protection of Objects Indispensable to Read More