Airwars is a collaborative, not-for-profit organization focused on reducing battlefield civilian casualties.
We track, document and archive airpower-dominated military actions, and local reports of civilian harm in conflict zones.
Presently covering Iraq, Syria, and Libya – as well as US counter terrorism actions in Somalia, Yemen and Pakistan – we provide a vital counter-narrative to the dominant military assertion that civilian deaths are low in modern warfare.
Airwars contributes to truth-seeking and accountability through our pioneering work collecting, assessing, and archiving accounts from local journalists, citizens, and state- and non-state actors – and leveraging that information for change.
Goldsmiths, University of London
London SE14 6NW
United Kingdom +44
(0) 207 896 2076
https://airwars.org/ Twitter: @airwars
Monitoring and assessing civilian harm from airpower-dominated international military actions. Seeking transparency and accountability from belligerents, and advocating on behalf of affected non-combatants. Archiving open-source casualty reports, and military claims by nations.
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