Gaza’s invisible massacre: aid workers killed in record numbers

A stark disparity exists in media coverage and international response to the deaths of international versus national humanitarian workers in conflict zones, despite national aid workers facing far greater risks.

Britain’s global military engagements: at what cost?

As the Prime Minister declares dedication to safeguarding peace and security in the Indo-Pacific region AOAV asks: what is the price of Britain’s global projection of power?

Human Rights Watch report highlights grave violations amidst rising civilian casualties in Sudan

This report highlights the grave human rights violations and devastation caused by the use of explosive weapons in Sudan’s armed conflict, emphasizing the urgent need for international action, including an arms embargo and targeted sanctions, to protect civilians, ensure accountability, and provide humanitarian assistance.

INEW: Documenting two years of global harm to civilians from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas (2021-2022)

A new report released today by the International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) presents data on the patterns of harm from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.

As the UK’s ‘lethal aid’ increases, its humanitarian funding takes a hit – and why this matters

Eden Elouisa Spence asks: why has the UK government’s focus on defence been at the detriment of humanitarian aid?