Casualty Recorders Network

Victims of the 1994 genocide - Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre, Rwanda

Family photographs in Rwanda genocide memorial

Every Casualty Counts coordinates the Casualty Recorders Network, the primary global network for casualty recorders around the world.

Our network members include NGOs, academic institutions and research projects from all over the world. Members can cover any period of conflict or situations of armed violence, both active and historic.

There are a number of benefits to becoming a network member:

  • We run monthly practitioner webinars, with topics suggested by network members. Recent topics include: ‘Casualty recording and mental health’ and ‘How to fight mis and disinformation’.
  • We carry out international level advocacy on topics of shared interest. ECC has Special Consultative status with the United Nations, which means we can participate directly in UN meetings and make submissions on behalf of CRN members.
  • We provide guidance on common issues like data management and applying international legal standards.
  • You can find all of our latest research and analysis, including the Standards for Casualty Recording here:

To find out more, or to apply to join the Casualty Recorders Network email: