New publication: The humanitarian impact of drones
On 13 October 2017, WILPF launched its most recent publication: a collaborative report on the humanitarian impact of drones. With contributions from academics, legal analysts, and survivors of armed drones, this report aims to refocus the debate about drones on the harm caused to people by these weapons as specific technologies of violence. It examines the significant challenges raised by drones to international law, human rights, ethics and morality, peace and security, environmental protection, development, transparency, surveillance, privacy, policing, gender equality, and more.
Edited by Ray Acheson, Matthew Bolton, Elizabeth Minor, and Allison Pytlak • Published October 2017 by Reaching Critical Will, a programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Article 36, and the International Disarmament Institute of Pace University
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