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- Job opportunity: Senior Director, Programs at Center for Civilians in Conflict CIVIC is hiring! We invite qualified applicants to apply for our open 'Senior Director, Programs' position.
The Senior Director, Programs (SDP) is an integral part of CIVIC leadership. Reporting to the Executive Director (ED) and a key member of the Senior Management Team (SMT), the SDP is responsible for the ...
- US Week in Review - Oct 16, 2017 | Center for Civilians in Conflict Our US Program Oct 16 'Week in Review' is live! Check it out for updated news regarding, Operation Inherent Resolve, US Congress & Drone Warfare.
Coalition airstrikes intensified ahead of the final assault, with seventy-five strikes hitting Raqqa between October 7 and 8. Despite a decrease in Coalition airstrikes on ...
- UN: Number of starving has increased | World | DW | 16.10.2017 Happy #WorldFoodDay from CIVIC.
To mark World Food Day, the WFP is calling for urgent action to reverse the recent surge in hunger levels and to protect those most vulnerable to exploitation if there is to be any hope of stifling further suffering in years to come.
'The first step, ...
- Intercross the Podcast: Episode #31 'When War Comes to Cities' | Center for Civilians in... Check out 'When War comes to Cities' featuring CIVIC's MENA and South Asia Director Sahr Muhammedally in partnership with International Committee of the Red Cross.
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In this episode of Intercross the Podcast, we are joined by Interaction‘s Director of Protection Jenny McAvoy and Center for Civilians ...
- ‘We Lived Days in Hell’ | Center for Civilians in Conflict “There is no civilian protection. There are only frontlines, battles, and clashes” - Yemeni man in war-torn Taiz
'We Lived Days in Hell' gives civilian perspective on the conflict in Yemen.
For more than 2 years, civilians in Yemen have been navigating survival. This report documents patterns of civilian harm ...
- Timeline Photos The United States is dropping record numbers of bombs in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. During the first eight months of 2017, the U.S. dropped 32,800 bombs on Iraq and Syria – compared with 30,473 in all of 2016.
Did you know that The Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) posts ...
- Waiting For No One: Civilian Survival Strategies in Syria | Center for Civilians in Conflict September has been marked as the 'deadliest month' for Syrian civilians this year, with nearly 1000 civilians killed.
You can learn more about civilian civilian survival strategies in our report - 'Waiting for No One'.
WASHINGTON (Apr. 7, 2016) – Since the beginning of the conflict in Syria, over a ...
- US Week in Review - Sept 25, 2017 | Center for Civilians in Conflict Did you know that August was the third deadliest month for civilians in Syria and Iraq since the Coalition began its campaign in August 2014?
Every week, CIVIC posts a 'Week in Review' that highlights both civilian harm data and updated news from conflict zones.
Our post from Sept 25 ...
- Can Anybody Win in the War Over Counting Civilian Casualties? | CIVIC Saying that NGOs reporting on civilian casualties aids the enemy is not helpful; constructive dialogue and an empathetic tone better serves everyone's interests and can help decrease civilian casualties.
Constructive dialogue and an empathetic tone better serves everyone's interests and can help decrease civilian casualties.