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Below, materials from INEW members and others document and analyse the impact of explosive weapons and give technical, policy and legal analysis of the problem – and its solutions.

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INEW bulletin #39 – First Committee, personal stories from Hawija (Iraq), and new events on explosive weapons

October 7, 2021

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: © OCHA

INEW bulletin #38 – World Humanitarian Day, Explosive Weapons Use In Afghanistan & Gaza Strip, And Attacks On Education

September 13, 2021

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: © MSF

INEW bulletin #37 – New explosive weapons monitor, 10 elements of a successful political declaration, and the UN Security Council open debate on children and armed conflict

July 8, 2021

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: ©MSF

Ten Elements for a Successful Political Declaration

June 30, 2021

Negotiations on an international Political Declaration that can set stronger standards to protect civilians from use of explosive weapons in towns, cities and other populated areas are ongoing. This declaration offers the chance to increase the protection of civilians living through conflict, but only if it contains commitments that drive genuine change. In this paper, INEW sets out what is needed.

INEW bulletin #36 – A decade of data on explosive violence, the UN open debate on the protection of civilians, and parliamentary action on explosive weapons

June 9, 2021

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: ©MSF

Protecting civilians from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas (May 2021)

May 13, 2021

Ahead of the UN Security Council’s open debate on the protection of civilians in conflict, INEW’s latest briefing calls for a clear collective commitment to prevent human suffering from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas

INEW bulletin #35 – The political process on explosive weapons, ten years of data, and the conflict in Tigray

April 15, 2021

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: ©MSF

INEW comments on the draft political declaration text – January 2021

February 15, 2021

The draft declaration text (29 January 2021) provides a good basis for further discussion, and holds the potential to be an effective tool for strengthening the
protection of civilians from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas (EWIPA). This document contains INEW’s comments on the text and proposed changes to strengthen its provisions and humanitarian protection measures.

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