My Free Online Course is Ready and About to Launch!

Hello everyone. I haven't posted for a while, mainly because I've been completely swamped writing with creating my free online course  which launches on Monday.   The course is on exactly the sort of material I cover on the blog so if you're following the blog you should seriously consider signing up for the course.  It's … Continue reading My Free Online Course is Ready and About to Launch!

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An Interesting Job in Casualty Recording!

Check out this job opportunity.   Posted on: 13 March 2018 Closing date: 12 April 2018 Programme Development Officer Posted by Every Casualty Worldwide Save job £28,000 -  £32,000 London, Greater London Part-time Category Project Management , Advocacy Sectors Human Rights This is an opportunity to make a unique contribution to changing the way that governments acknowledge the human cost … Continue reading An Interesting Job in Casualty Recording!

The History of Casualty Recording and the Launch of Every Casualty’s Standards for the Field

On Thursday night I was at the London launch (following an earlier one in Geneva) of new standards for the field of casualty recording. Every Casualty (for which I'm a Board member) and its Casualty Recorders  Network spent years preparing for this moment and it was worth the wait. Here are the slides from my presentation. I … Continue reading The History of Casualty Recording and the Launch of Every Casualty’s Standards for the Field

Event Announcement! Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot

Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot International Standards for the Field Thursday 8 December 2016 1730-1900 Weston Room, Maughan Library, Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1LR   The UK launch of the first-ever set of international standards for recording casualties for use in the field and as a resource for conflict analysts (published 23 November 2016).  These Standards have been developed … Continue reading Event Announcement! Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot

New B’Tselem Report on Operation Protective Edge…and a Critic who Fires Blanks at B’Tselem

B'Tselem is one of the finest casualty recording organisations in the world so the recent publication of its report on Operation Protective Edge (July 8 - August 26, 2014) is an important moment for the field.  The report is simultaneously very good and very brief so I urge everyone to have a look. There is a well-organised interactive … Continue reading New B’Tselem Report on Operation Protective Edge…and a Critic who Fires Blanks at B’Tselem