'Gendered health impacts of civil war in Nepal': The latest in a series of briefs intended to make findings from our research available to a broader audience.
Here we provide the interview guides used in our Afghanistan case study "Assessing the impact of attacks on healthcare on health workers in Afghanistan".
RIAH Researchers Prof Larissa Fast and Dr Roisin Read published a new paper in which they investigate the (non-straightforward) relationship between data, action and change processes.
This report gives an update on violence against or obstruction of healthcare in Myanmar as of May 2022.
This study utilizes a systematic review of peer-reviewed literature to identify and understand relevant data about attacks on health in situations of conflict.
As a part of our data collection on instances of attacks, partners at SHCC produce an annual report on violence against health workers, facilities, and transport in conflict areas around the world.
The latest data on incidents in Ukraine can now be seen on the Project Data page of our website where there are also links to the dataset, interactive map, and PDFs of the latest figures.
This report updates the figures on incidents in Ukraine up until 05 April 2022 based on Insecurity Insight data. The report analyses 108 reported incidents for which we have details to provide analysis.
This report updates the figures on incidents in Ukraine up until 21 March 2022 based on Insecurity Insight data. The report analyses 83 reported incidents for which we have details to provide analysis.
This report updates the figures on incidents in Ukraine up until 12 March 2022. It includes statements of concern from a number of medical organisations.
This report records the incidents that Insecurity Insight has documented between 26 January - 28 February 2022.
Russian troops invaded Ukrainian territory on 24 February. The initial strategy is believed to have been rapid capture of large populated areas; Russian forces are using explosive weapons in these populated areas. The report records the impact on healthcare up until 02 Mar 2022
This report updates the figures on incidents in Myanmar up until 22 Feb 2022.