No Relief: Surveying the effects of gun violence on humanitarian and development personnel

15.06.2005

By Non classé, Non classé

The report of the largest victimisation survey ever undertaken of development and humanitarian personnel. Based on over 2,000 questionnaires, the survey involved staff from 17 UN and NGO agencies in 90 countries. One of its key findings is that the biggest threat facing relief and development agencies appears to be criminal violence from civilians armed with handguns, rather than armed groups.

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