• A Note from the Interim Director
  • UKRAINE: Coordinating the Response By Greg Crowther [ MAG (Mines Advisory Group) ]
  • The Recovery of Human Remains in Weapon-Contaminated Settings: Towards Guidance for the Mine Action Community By Lou Maresca, Chris Poole, and Jane Taylor, PhD [ International Committee of the Red Cross ] I
  • ntegrating Humanitarian Mine Action and Humanitarian Forensic Action By Lauren Cobham, Nicholas Márquez-Grant, and Mike Harris [ Cranfield Forensic Institute, Cranfield University ], Caroline Barker [ Independent Forensic Anthropologist and Archaeologist ], César Sanabria Medina, [ Biomedical Science Research Group, School of Medicine, University Antonio Nariño ], Javier Naranjo-Santana [ The European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo ], and Gareth Collett [ United Nations Development Programme ]
  • Missed Opportunities: A Chance to Develop Synergy Between Humanitarian Mine Action and Humanitarian Forensic Action By Patrick Nowak [ American Military University ]
  • Mine Action and the Reintegration of Former Combatants: Expanding the Debate By Laurie Druelle [ Independent ], Henrique Garbino [ Swedish Defence University ], and Eric Mellado Åhlin [ Independent ]
  • Mine Action in Afghanistan and Tajikistan: Challenges and Opportunities By Markus Schindler [ Swiss Foundation for Mine Action ]
  • TNMAC’s Victim Assistance Activities: The Mental Health Aspect of Survivors and HMA Personnel By Reykhan Muminova, MD, PhD, and Muhabbat Ibrohimzoda, PhD [ Tajikistan National Mine Action Center ]
  • National Capacity Building for Humanitarian Mine Action Activities in Iraq By Mark Wilkinson, PhD [ United Nations Mine Action Service, Iraq ]
  • New Conventional EOD and IEDD Competency Standards for Mine Action: Notes on T&EP 09.30, 09.31, and IMAS 09.30 By Roly Evans [ Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining ] and Dan Perkins
  • Environmental Soil Sampling and Analysis: Application in Supporting Sustainable Land Use Practices in Areas Impacted by Explosive Ordnance By Bui Doan Bach, Kimberley McCosker [ Norwegian People’s Aid ], and Linsey Cottrell [ Conflict and Environment Observatory ]
  • Proof: How TIR Imaging Can Locate Buried Cluster Munitions in the Iraqi Desert By John Fardoulis [ Mobility Robotics ], Xavier Depreytere [ Humanity & Inclusion ], and Jonathon Guthrie [ Norwegian People’s Aid ]
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