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Civilians Under Fire: Restore Respect for International Humanitarian Law

February 14, 2019
Blog Post

Building the Evidence Base

In armed conflicts around the world, destruction of civilians’ property and assets, public services, and critical civilian infrastructure has resulted…

November 2, 2020
Blog Post

A Wrong Inflicted: Mass Starvation in the 21st Century

Alex de Waal writes that modern famines do not occur by chance, but are rather the consequence of deliberate acts committed by political-military elites in pursuit of their strategic objectives.

May 3, 2019
Blog Post

An Invisible Threat

Chemical weapons (C.W.) invoke a unique, inherent fear in people in a way most conventional weapons do not, making…

November 30, 2019
Staff

Archibald Henry

February 8, 2019
Blog Post

Are We in the Dark When it Comes to Humanitarian Crises?

Have you heard the story of the man who drops his housekeys? Walking home at night, a man realizes that…

July 22, 2020
Blog Post

Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas

The use of explosive weapons in populated areas (EWIPA) has caused significant harm to civilian populations. Beyond individual deaths and injuries, explosive weapons cause indirect…

April 14, 2021
Blog Post

Guidelines for NGO Coordination with Military Actors During Humanitarian Crises

When responding to humanitarian crises, NGOs independently asses the risks of when, how, and why they would or would not coordinate their activities with the U.S. military.

July 13, 2018

Humanitarian Action 101

March 27, 2019
Blog Post

Humanitarian Aid: Captive to Bureaucracy

August 19 marks the day in 2003 when a bomb ripped through U.N. Headquarters in Baghdad, killing 22 women and…

August 19, 2021