Ban Ki-moon has released his latest report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict which draws on research conducted by Action on Armed Violence.
More than 70% of the 11,420 children killed in Syria’s brutal conflict have been killed by explosive weapons, according to a report released on Sunday.
AOAV and leading experts have chosen 100 exceptional journalists covering armed violence and conflict around the world
In a major new investigation, AOAV shines a spotlight on twelve of the worst explosive weapons in Syria - The Dirty Dozen are twelve of the biggest and most dangerous bombs and shells in the world.
AOAV traces the origins and deadly impacts of suicide bombings around the world
12 countries with a proven history of using these unacceptable weapons have yet to join the Convention on Cluster Munitions.
AOAV's assessment of armed violence and perceptions of security in Sierra Leone
Did you think lethal violence only affected war zones? Think again.