States have been meeting in Geneva to discuss autonomous weapons - listen to our new podcast on how regulation should be structured
The use of explosive weapons in populated areas causes substantial and ongoing harm. We coordinate INEW and are working with governments for effective policy responses.
To address the problems of 'autonomous' weapons, an effective regulatory structure is needed: click through for the model we think is required.
Protecting civilians should be thought of as a wide goal of conflict prevention and sustainable development. Our research and policy work applies this lens.
We are Article 36
Article 36 is a specialist non-profit organisation, focused on reducing harm from weapons. We are a small and effective team of advocacy and policy experts based in the UK.
We partner with civil society groups and governments to develop new policies and legal standards to prevent civilian harm from existing and future weapons.
Our team has more than a decade of experience in diplomatic negotiations and developing practical, actionable policies.