Richard Moyes

Richard Moyes is head of policy at Article 36 and was co-chair of the CMC, where he led strategy and negotiations on definitions in the Convention on Cluster Munitions. He has set up and managed humanitarian landmine clearance operations in the field and developed new international policy approaches for civilian protection. He is an honorary fellow at the University of Exeter.

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    On ‘domestic’ issues such as the introduction of new medical technologies or pharmaceuticals governments will often be concerned about inadvertent harms to their own citizens, but with weapons the victims are generally expected to be elsewhere, in other countries and other parts of the world. Civil society coalitions can try to represent those interests

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