Lessons Learned from Campaigns Working to Advance Humanitarian Disarmament

Humanitarian Disarmament website maintained by Harvard Law School International Human Rights Law Clinic.

Report of the 6th Humanitarian Disarmament Forum convened by HRW, PAX and Harvard Law School’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic in October 2017.

Aurélie Beaujolais, “5th Humanitarian Disarmament Forum,” Handicap International, October 17, 2016.

Where are the women?” A binder of female experts to consider including in the Convention on Conventional Weapons talks on lethal autonomous weapons systems, November 2014

Anna MacDonald, “Arms trade treaty may point a way forward for the U.N.Reuters Opinion, April 9, 2013.

Report and Communique of the Humanitarian Disarmament Campaigns Summit convened by Human Rights Watch in New York on October 20-21, 2012

Richard Moyes and Thomas Nash, Global Coalitions: an introduction to working in global civil society partnerships (Action on Armed Violence: December 2011)

Kenneth Rutherford, Disarming States: The International Movement to Ban Landmines (Praeger Security International: 2010)

John Borrie, Unacceptable Harm: A History of How the Treaty to Ban Cluster Munitions Was Won (UNIDIR: 2009)

Jody Williams, Stephen D. Goose, and Mary Wareham (eds.), Banning Landmines: Disarmament, Citizen Diplomacy, and Human Security (Rowman & Littlefield: 2008)

John Borrie & Vanessa Martin Randin (eds.), Disarmament as Humanitarian Action: From Perspective to Practice (UNIDIR: 2006)

Maxwell A. Cameron, Brian W. Tomlin, Robert J. Lawson (eds.), To Walk without Fear: The Global Movement to Ban Landmines (Oxford University Press: 1998)