To examine the capabilities and commitments driving contemporary warfare (including working by, with and through partners, use of drones and technological capabilities, and increase in covert operations) which are outpacing conventional oversight mechanisms and safeguarding regimes, and resulting in rising civilian casualties worldwide.
1. New drone laws bring added protection for passengers
30/05/2018 - Civil Aviation Authority
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Found: protection for passengers
Laws will restrict drones from flying above 400 feet and within 1 kilometre
2. GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE TO THE SECOND REPORT OF SESSION 2015-16 FROM THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS, THE GOVERNMENT'S POLICY ON THE USE OF DRONES FOR TARGETED KILLING
21/11/2016 - Early Day Motions
Found: Report on the Government’s policy on the use of drones for targeted killing; further welcomes the confirmation
Found: strikingly low and unrealistic given the nature of the conflict in 2017: primarily an urban fight waged largely
Drones: consultation response, 7 January 2019 - GOV.UK
5. Civilian drones
11/02/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Civilian drones By Andrew Haylen Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Basic safety rules 3. Drones policy and
1. International Humanitarian Law: Protecting Civilians in Conflict
18/06/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: international humanitarian law in protecting civilians in conflict.I am pleased to be here under your chairmanship - Speech Link
2: place there. Unfortunately in so many areas of conflict, we are all aware of examples of such attacks - Speech Link
3: account for the vast majority of casualties in conflict”,and suffer from a variety of “short and - Speech Link
2. Arms (Exports and Remote Warfare)
16/12/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: about transparency in arms exports and the use of drones and other remote weapons; and for connected purposes - Speech Link
08/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: move,That this House has considered the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.Nagorno-Karabakh is - Speech Link
2: agree with the hon. Gentleman. This might seem a conflict in far-off lands, but the diaspora communities - Speech Link
3: the whole world.During the 45-day bloody conflict that followed, countless soldiers on both sides - Speech Link
4. Drones: International Law
16/01/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: officer of both the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drones and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary - Speech Link
2: to scrutinise government decisions on the use of drones. I do so as a member of the Intelligence and Security - Speech Link
5. Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill [HL]
27/01/2020 - Lords Chamber
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