Interview with EFAD member ECCHR on their work with armed drones. The European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) is an independent, non-profit legal and educational organization, that since 2007  attempts to counter global injustice with juridical means. ...

During this year's United Nations General Assembly First Committee discussions on disarmament, states and civil society groups are again working to address the issues arising from the use of armed drones. To inform delegates during these discussions PAX has published a briefing paper detailing the risks the use of armed drones create for human rights, international law, and international security....

During the UN General Assembly’s First Committee, taking place in New York this October, several EFAD members will be presenting and doing outreach on armed drones....

EFAD member Article36 released two new policy papers addressing the harm arising from the use of force through drones. As an increasing number of states are seeking to acquire armed drone capabilities, international norms on what constitutes an acceptable role for drones in the use of force need to be developed. During this year’s First Committee at the UN General...

In our monthly press review, we translate, analyze and summarize news from various European publications on the issues of drones. September 2018 saw more publications on the future of drones and how they relate to autonomous weapons, as well as news on both American and European drones. ...

During the first week of October the European Parliament discussed the situation in Yemen, where the ongoing conflict continues to spread death and destruction. The country is torn by years of internal conflict and international interventions. Since 2003, the United States' clandestine targeted-killing program has been using armed drones to target suspected Al-Qaeda militants. Hundreds of strikes took place and...