INEW Explosive Weapons Monitor
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on September 20, 2021
International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) recently launched a new civil society initiative – the Explosive Weapons Monitor This monthly newsletter for NGOs and researchers aims to publish data on incidents of explosive weapon use, civilian casualties and the impact on access to aid, education and healthcare. Past issues are available via the website enabling historical tracking.
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Explosive Violence Monitor
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on September 14, 2020
Explosive Violence Monitor 2019 Latest annual report by Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) – demonstrates that civilians continue to be disproportionately affected by the use of explosive weapons. AOAV has, since 2011, recorded the global impact of explosive violence as reported in English language media: this means that it is not all instances but it gives […]
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Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on May 27, 2014
Small Arms Data Observatory (SADO) launched A new website launched by an international consortium of researchers which will focus upon quantitative data . Many researchers are based at Joan B. Kroc School for Peace Studies at the University of San Diego and there will be a focus initially on North America, Central America and South America. […]
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Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on November 29, 2013
OPCW-UN Joint Mission Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the United Nations Joint Mission in Syria creates new website . It offers free access to the mandate of the mission, associated news stories, maps, UN resolutions and reports.
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