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Governments must ensure that all lives lost to armed violence, anywhere in the world, are properly recorded.

This simple demand is the basis of a new civil society campaign calling for the recognition of every casualty of armed violence.  More...

 
 

In many parts of the world it falls to dedicated members of civil society to properly document and memorialise the casualties of armed violence.

Ever more of them are joining our International Practitioner Network to share good practice and find a common voice.  More...

 

Today's featured practitioner:

South Sudan Action Network on Small Arms

SSANSA is a nation-wide Network of civil society organisations from across the 10 states of South Sudan working to reduce and prevent gun violence in South Sudan. In 2013, SSANSA launched a gun violence casualty recording project to measure and respond to the problem of gun violence in South Sudan which has become and obstacle to the socio-economic of the country. The objective of this project is to consolidate casualty data on gun violence and use it to annually present the human cost of gun violence for South Sudan.   More...