In a report released in August 2012, “Explosive Situation: Qaddafi's Abandoned Weapons and the Threat to Libya's Civilians,” researchers from Harvard Law School's International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) examined Libya's abandoned ordnance problem and its humanitarian consequences for the local population. Based on field and desk research, the report documents the threats these weapons pose, analyzes steps to address them and offers recommendations to minimize civilian harm. IHRC co-published the report with the Center for Civilians in Conflict (formerly CIVIC) and the Center for American Progress. In this article, two of the report's authors summarize its 2012 findings and recommendations.
Docherty, Bonnie and Crowe, Anna
"Abandoned Ordnance in Libya: Threats to Civilians and Recommended Responses,"
The Journal of ERW and Mine Action
: Vol. 17
, Article 2.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol17/iss2/2
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