Webinar co-organised by NPA and CEOBS focusing on the direct and reverberating environmental impacts of the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
Virtual side event on mine action and the SDGs co-hosted by Norwegian People’s Aid and CEOBS as part of the 18th Meeting of State Parties to the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Treaty.
Workshop report from our session on citizen science in areas affected by armed conflict at 2020’s European Citizen Science Association conference. This report summarises the presentations, follow-on discussions and plans for the way forward.
Event report on the launch webinar for Harvard’s International Human Rights Clinic and CEOBS’ report Confronting Conflict Pollution, which establishes a framework for victim assistance for people affected by toxic remnants of war.
NGOs encourage states and other stakeholders to do more to integrate environmental considerations into cluster munition clearance policies ahead of the Second Review Conference of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions.
Side event on environmental mainstreaming in humanitarian mine action, co-organised by Norwegian People’s Aid, CEOBS and the HALO Trust. Feb 12th 2020, Geneva.
Civilian science: the potential of participatory environmental monitoring in areas affected by armed conflicts
Paper by CEOBS, Goldsmiths University of London and King’s College London on the potential of civilian science – participatory citizen science methodologies – for environmental data collection in areas affected by armed conflicts.