I wonder how many people currently responsive to the Middle East crisis actually have any experience with terrorism ? I do. The circumstances to be honest are rather like an out take […]
In 1942 the value of a Jewish life in the Belorussian Village of Domochevo was established at a kilo of sugar or salt. This was the price paid by the Nazis to […]
November 6th is the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict. It was established on 5 November 2001, by the UN General Assembly. Though humanity […]
The First Minister of Scotland , Humza Yousaf, has joined with others in the international community to call for an ‘immediate ceasefire to allow the safe passage of civilians through the Rafah […]
A trade deal has been announced by the UK Tory Government where the product to be transported is people who have fled the horrors of conflict, war and oppression to seek help in a country they assume to be supportive of those living in terror.
“Yemen is facing a major humanitarian crisis. A devastating conflict has left children and families in urgent need of food, water and medical supplies. Currently, 1.71 million children are internally displaced. No place in Yemen is safe for children.” Unicef
“I am not really bought into the notion that the downfall Afghanistan in so short a period of time was completely unpredictable”
Jebel Sahaba is one of the earliest sites showing human warfare , 13,400 years ago.
Dr Mary McNeill worked in hospitals in Serbia, Palestine, India and East Africa during and after World War 1.
New estimates reveal extent of the health burden of armed conflict–affecting at least 630 million women and children worldwide in 2017, and contributing to more than 10 million deaths among children under 5 years of age over 20 years.