From Mosul, Aleppo, Raqqa, Taiz, Donetsk, Fallujah and Sana’a, and now to Kyiv and Mariupol – each year tens of thousands of civilians are killed and injured across the world as a result of use of explosive weapons in towns, cities and other populated areas. This pattern of harm has been well-documented to show that when heavy explosive weapons are used in towns and cities – it is civilians that suffer the most.
In this episode, INEW’s Coordinator and Steering Committee members share views on the last draft of the political declaration in preparation for the negotiations of an international political declaration to protect civilians from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
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- Laura Boillot of Article 36 & Coordinator of INEW
- Alma Taslidžan of Humanity and Inclusion
- Steve Goose of Human Rights Watch
- Uldduz Sohrabi of Article 36