- 5 Sep 2019
Examining the gendered impacts of explosive weapons: an overview of existing datasets
This report sets out to examine those datasets that monitor explosive weapons, and to do so through a gender lens. It does so acknowledging that these datasets examine only the primary or immediate harm caused by explosive weapons through casualties
- 29 Jul 2019
Examining the portrayal of female suicide bombers in the media
AOAV examines how female suicide bombers are portrayed in media and the accuracy of these depictions.
- 25 Jul 2019
Drone-warfare and notions of heroism and masculinity in conflict examined
Where do the operators of unmanned aerial vehicles fit within increasingly blurred understanding of what it means to be a ‘heroic’ soldier?
- 12 Mar 2015
New report shows male civilians at particular risk of being killed by explosive weapons
AOAV report shows that in July 2014, male civilians were more likely than female civilians to be killed by explosive weapons in Syria and Gaza.
- 1 Jun 2012
Air strikes more likely to impact on females and children: Lessons from Iraq
New analysis of data collected on armed violence in Iraq between 2003- 2011 shows that explosive weapons are particularly likely to kill or injure females and children.