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Crimes of War

The Crimes of War Project is a collaboration of journalists, lawyers and scholars dedicated to raising public awareness of the laws of war and their application to situations of conflict.
In addition to the project’s book (available online), the site contains an archive of the bimonthly magazine based on specific themes, a collection of online analysis, and a resource guide to resources available on the web. There are also more recent news items and essays.

Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch is made up of over 150 dedicated lawyers, journalists, academics, and country experts supported by a cadre of volunteers. The group tracks developments in countries, monitors both governments and rebels and does research into issues such as women’s rights, children’s rights and LGBT rights.
The website has articles, briefing papers and publications online which can be searched by countries or themes. It also contains audio and visual resources. Website is available in Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, German, Chinese and Arabic.

Human Security Centre

The Human Security Centre’s mission statement is to make human security-related research more accessible to the policy and research communities, the media, educators and the interested public. Amongst other publications, they produce the annual Human Security Report, two online bulletins, Human Security News and Human Security Research, as well as Human Security Gateway, an online database of human security resources. The Human Security Centre also undertakes its own independent research and hosts workshops that bring the research and policy communities together to discuss a range of human security-related issues.
Human Security Research is a monthly online compilation of significant new human security-related research published by university research institutes, think-tanks, IGOs and NGOs; Human Security News is a daily compilation of human security-related news and research resources drawn from some 50 online media sources, wire services, and over 100 think tanks and university research centres from around the world; and a publications section with various types of texts available online.

Human Security Gateway

The Human Security Gateway is a research and information database regrouping electronic and bibliographic resources on human security. The Gateway is a joint initiative of the Human Security Centre and the Canadian Consortium on Human Security, both located at the University of British Columbia.
The database offers extensive online resources, searchable by either theme (terrorism, small arms, children and armed conflict etc), region, country or type of resource (report, organisation, event audiovisual etc).

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