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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 #45 – Geneva consultations, Pax’s new report on Ukraine, EWM research workshop

May 9, 2022

INEW’s latest bulletin with key developments, past and upcoming events, research, policy and advocacy news on explosive weapons issues.
Image: © Lynsey Addario cho The New York Times

INEW bulletin #44 – Declaration negotiations, explosive weapons use in Ukraine, and new podcast episodes

March 31, 2022

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

INEW comments on the draft political declaration text – March 2022

March 25, 2022

As Ireland released on 3 March the revised draft political declaration, INEW published a detailed commentary on the declaration text, highlighting areas that have improved and underscoring the remaining areas that need strengthening.

Draft Political Declaration on Strengthening the Protection of Civilians from the Humanitarian Consequences arising from the use of Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas

March 25, 2022

On 3 March, Ireland released the revised draft political declaration on Strengthening the Protection of Civilians from
Humanitarian Harm arising from the use of Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas.

After The Bombing Podcast, Episode 4: A political declaration to protect civilians from explosive weapons

March 25, 2022

From Mosul, Aleppo, Raqqa, Taiz, Donetsk, Fallujah and Sana’a, and now to Kyiv and Mariupol – each year tens of Read More

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