Protecting civilians in armed conflict

Documents

Results for: Research


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  • Study: armed non-State actors share their policies and practice with regards to education in armed conflict
  • December 2017 - Research
    On 5th December 2017, Geneva Call released a report entitled “Armed non-State actors share their policies and practice with regards to education in armed conflict”. This study has identified both negative and positive practices, where armed non-State actors (ANSAs) have openly recognized to have attacked education or, on the contrary, have taken measures to protect it.
  • Six armed non-State actors share their policies and practice with regards to protecting civilians from explosive weapons
  • December 2017 - Research
    On 1st December 2017, Geneva Call released a report entitled “Six armed non-State actors share their policies and practice with regards to protecting civilians from explosive weapons.” This paper identifies some of the initial steps that States, UN agencies and I/NGOs can take to address the challenge of reducing civilian casualties as a result of the use of explosive weapons by armed non-State actors (ANSAs). In 2016, 60 different ANSAs used explosive weapons according to a study led by Action on Armed Violence.
  • In their words: Perceptions of armed non-State actors on humanitarian action
  • September 2016 - Research
    On the occasion of the upcoming first World Humanitarian Summit on 23 and 24 May in Istanbul, Turkey, Geneva Call is releasing a study which presents and analyses armed non-State actors’ perceptions of humanitarian action.
  • Study : Children at risk in the Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon
  • December 2015 - Research
    A survey conducted by Geneva Call and social and cultural association Nashit covering seven Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon on the risks affecting children under the age of eighteen.
  • Standards of Proof in International Humanitarian and Human Rights Fact-Finding and Inquiry Missions
  • May 2012 - Research
    This research project was undertaken under the auspices of the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights in close cooperation with Geneva Call.
  • Armed Non-State Actors and Landmines Volume I: A Global Report Profiling NSAs and their Use, Acquisition, Production, Transfer and Stockpiling of Landmines. [Abstract]
  • November 2005 - Research
    Geneva Call launches its report on the involvement of armed non-State actors (NSAs) in the landmine problem.
  • The Involvement of Armed Non-State Actors in the Landmine Problem: A Call for Action - Executive Summary
  • November 2004 - Research
    By Anki Sjöberg for the Nairobi Summit on a Mine Free World Nairobi - Kenya
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