Iain Overton: What can Manchester learn from healthcare responses to other Western terror attacks?
Iain Overton, discusses how health services responded to the London 7/7 bombings and the Boston Marathon attack.
Linda Norgrove: what happens when an aid worker is accused of being a spy?
NGOs are working in an atmosphere of growing mistrust where accusations of ulterior motives can have deadly consequences
Iain Overton speaking about Japan’s gun culture on the Moncrieff show, Newstalk National Radio Ireland.
Japan was, arguably, the first culture to introduce gun laws globally.
UNIDIR releases new reports on reverberating effects of explosive weapons use in populated areas
The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) has released two new publications on the reverberating effects of explosive weapons use in populated areas.
UN Secretary-General widely cites AOAV data in report on the protection of civilians in armed conflict
The United Nations releases report by the Secretary-General on the protection of civilians in armed conflict. It highlights the harm to civilians from explosive violence and calls states to action.
AOAV’s 2015 report ‘Unacceptable Harm’ cited in news outlets internationally
The 2015 report ‘Unacceptable Harm’ by Action on Armed Violence garnered international attention on its release attention yesterday, March 27th 2016.
AOAV’s data used in call to President Obama to minimize civilian harm in armed conflict.
The largest alliance of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations who focus on disaster relief and sustainable development programmes uses AOAV's data to highlight harm to civilians.
The Economist cites AOAV’s armed violence intervention as ‘striking’.
Our work in Liberia in helping reduce the likelihood of men committing armed violence was singled out as 'striking'.
Straits Times cites AOAV’s data in case against air strikes on Syria
The New Straits Times cites AOAV's data in support of an argument that the UK bombing Syria would inevitably have devastating impact on civilians there
AOAV cited in Telegraph article: ‘Paris attacks show why Europe needs to clean out its weapons-smuggling black holes’
AOAV cited in article on how arms black markets in the Balkans are a civil-war legacy that should no longer be tolerated
It has rarely been more dangerous to be working in the field of aid
The US bombing of the Médecins Sans Frontières clinic in Afghanistan was just one of many attacks on aid workers this year.
AOAV cited in Economist article on ‘The consequences of the accidental bombing of an aid hospital’
AOAV's research into the rules of engagement as improved by NATO in Afghanistan cited in an Economist article.
Iain Overton interviewed on Radio Sputnik about the political impact of gun massacres in the United States
Following the recent massacre in Oregon, Iain Overton talks about the political landscape of the US when it comes to gun control.
Vocative highlights AOAV’s evidence that bombs in Yemen kill or injure five civilians for every armed casualty
AOAV research on the impact of explosive weapons like rockets, shells and bombs in Yemen is featured by Vocativ.
Explosions Hurt More Civilians In Yemen Than In Syria This Year
AOAV research on the impact of explosive weapons featured in The Huffington Post