Casualty Recorders Network members’ evidence to the OHCHR study

In addition to providing our own submission, Every Casualty Counts worked with numerous members of our Casualty Recorders Network (CRN), and other casualty recording initiatives, to provide further evidence to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) study on the impact of casualty recording.

The CRN submissions below reflect the experiences of organisations across the globe from Ethiopia to Somalia, Haiti to Pakistan, Honduras to Ukraine, and beyond. They demonstrate the important impacts casualty recording can have in upholding a wide range of human rights, both directly and indirectly. They also illustrate the ways in which casualty recording can assist in monitoring implementation of international humanitarian law, and improve humanitarian responses to unfolding crises.

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