Influence & Ethics

HI's Analyses, Alerts, Debates and Recommendations on Policy and Ethics.

ALERT – INGO statement on attacks in Dhamar that killed and injured scores of people

ALERT – INGO statement on attacks in Dhamar that killed and injured scores of people

International non-governmental organisations working in Yemen strongly condemn a series of attacks by the Saudi-led coalition on a former community college that has lately been used as a detention facility in Dhamar city.

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Posted by: on Nov 30, 2015 | 2 Comments

This blog has been created to provide regularly updated content on HI’s advocacy work and in-depth analyses developed by Handicap International Foundation.

FEEDBACK – HI at the 9th Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions

FEEDBACK – HI at the 9th Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions

Posted by: on Sep 6, 2019 | No Comments

From 2nd to 4th September, the 9th Meeting of States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions (MSPCCM) took place in Geneva under the presidency of Sri Lanka. Most of the more than 100 state parties were represented.

ALERT – INGO statement on attacks in Dhamar that killed and injured scores of people

ALERT – INGO statement on attacks in Dhamar that killed and injured scores of people

Posted by: on Sep 4, 2019 | No Comments

International non-governmental organisations working in Yemen strongly condemn a series of attacks by the Saudi-led coalition on a former community college that has lately been used as a detention facility in Dhamar city.

ALERT – 2019 Cluster Munition Monitor: Cluster munitions continue to kill civilians

ALERT – 2019 Cluster Munition Monitor: Cluster munitions continue to kill civilians

Posted by: on Aug 28, 2019 | No Comments

Released today, the 2019 Cluster Munition Monitor* report reveals that at least 149 people were killed or injured by cluster munition attacks and remnants in a total of eight countries and one territory, in 2018.

ALERT – Bangladesh: 2 years after the Rohingya influx, access to services for refugees with disabilities remain critical

ALERT – Bangladesh: 2 years after the Rohingya influx, access to services for refugees with disabilities remain critical

Posted by: on Aug 22, 2019 | No Comments

25th August 2017 was marked by violence in Rakhine, forcing thousands of Rohingya to cross the border of Myanmar and seek protection in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The pace of new arrivals has made this the fastest growing refugee crisis in the world.