The first podcast we produced for the CERAH is now online, for this podcast we created the jingle and edited the interview of Ashraf Harbieh, alumni of the CERAH program and now working at the ICRC.
You can find more information on the CERAH’s homepage.
We were very happy to be able to do a short video about the 2013 Yearbook “Everyday Dangers” from the Small Arms Survey:
Small Arms Survey 2013: Everyday Dangers focuses on small arms and armed violence outside war zones, with chapters on organized crime and gang violence, the use of firearms in intimate partner violence, and violent land disputes. Understanding the diverse forms and expressions of non-conflict armed violence, which dwarfs conflict violence worldwide, is crucial to national and multilateral violence prevention and reduction efforts.
For more information on the Yearbook go to the Small Arms Survey website.
Keith Krause speaks about how 40-60% of violent deaths involve firearms in the new (6th) episode of the Small Arms Survey podcast.
And here is how well an older episode is rated on iTunes:
Some nice screenshots from iTunes. It’s great to see that the first episode of the Small Arms Survey podcast had this much impact!
iTunes podcast page.
Second episode coming soon…
The Small Arms Survey podcast is now also available on iTunes.
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Next episode should be online next week.
The first episode of the Small Arms Survey podcast is now online.
You can listen to it on the Small Arms Survey’s webpage.
In the first episode Small Arms Survey founder and programme director Keith Krause takes you through the Survey’s history, from its origins to its current activities and impacts.