The Myanmar Army stands accused of committing war crimes in Rakhine State in 2016 and 2017. In this review of open source evidence, we identify the deployment and chain of command of 28 army units deployed to Rakhine State during that time.
WhoWasInCommand.com is the largest public database of security force units and personnel ever created. Today, it gets even bigger and more useful to human right researchers, litigators and investigative journalists.
OpenStreetMap is (sometimes) a handy database of military and police locations – here’s how to see them
OpenStreetMap is a useful tool for getting an impression of a security force's bases and physical infrastructure. How do we do this?
Image: Clipping from 8 February 2004 Wayback Machine snapshot of SEDENA army commanders page. How do we get all the data out of that and 50 other captures of the same page? We’re going to write about our...
Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court receives complaint of crimes against humanity by the Mexican Army
#seguridadsinguerra https://t.co/g2OaM1eiHm — José A. Guevara B. (@JoseAGuevaraB) June 11, 2018 Earlier today the Mexican Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights (CMDPDH), the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and other partners...