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Conventional weapons & arms publications

Demining operation in Colombia

Demining operation in Colombia | © Jules Tusseau/HI

The Waiting List (2019)

Addressing the immediate and long-term needs of victims of explosive weapons in Syria.

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The EWIPA campaign (2018)

The role of parliamentarians in the diplomatic process against the use of explosive weapons in populated areas

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Explosive hazards: another fear for the population in Mosul (2018)

On the 10th of July 2017, Iraqi Prime Minister announced the liberation of Mosul. The capture of the city in June 2014 and the subsequent military operations to retake the city resulted in the displacement of around one million people and littered the city with Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), in particular those that are victim activated, and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW).

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Everywhere the bombing followed us

One year after the launch of the report “Qasef: Escaping the bombing”, Humanity & Inclusion introduces its new report: “Everywhere the bombing followed us”.

Our new report, Everywhere the bombing followed us, features the testimonies of 205 Syrian refugees like Ranim and proves the long-term impact of bombing civilians. Read and share the stories of these strong, Syrian women refugees – their voices need to be heard.

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