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Wille, Christina and Larissa Fast. 2013. ‘Operating in Insecurity. Shifting patterns of violence against humanitarian providers and their staff (1996-2010).’ April 2013. (download)

Wille, Christina and Larissa Fast. 2013. ‘Humanitarian staff security in armed conflict. Policy implications for the international community from changes in the operating environment for humanitarian agencies.’ March 2013. (download)

Wille, Christina and Larissa Fast. 2013. ‘Security Facts for Humanitarian Agencies. Shifting patterns in security incidents affecting humanitarian aid workers and agencies: An analysis of fifteen years of data (1996-2010).' March 2013. (download)

Wille, Christina and Larissa Fast. 2011 ‘Security Facts for Humanitarian Agencies: Aid, Gender and Security: The Gendered Nature of Security Events Affecting Aid Workers and Aid Delivery. November 2011 (download)

Coupland Robin, Christina Wille, Nathan Taback and Simon Regard. 2011. Sixteen Country Study: Health Care in Danger. July 2011, ICRC (download)

Nathanson Vivienne. 2011. Delivering healthcare in situations of conflict or violence, BMJ 2011; 343:d4671. 10 August 2011 (link)

Wille, Christina and Larissa Fast. 2010 ‘Is Terrorism an Issue for Humanitarian Agencies?’ Perspectives 3 by the Security Management Initiative. December 2010 (download)

Wille Christina and Larissa Fast. 2010. Security Facts for Humanitarian Agencies: How do security events affecting humanitarian agencies differ between rural and urban environments? June 2010 (download)

Wille, Christina. 2010. The Six Ws of Security Policy Making, in Humanitarian Exchange. 47 (June), p. 6-7. (download)

Aids-Free World.2009. Electing to Rape: Sexual Terror in Mugabe's Zimbabwe. (download)

Action on Armed Violence. 2009. Explosive Violence – The Problem of Explosive Weapons (download)

Taback, Nathan, Robin Painter and Ben King. 2008. Sexual Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in Journal of the American Medical Association 2008;300(6):653-654 (doi:10.1001/jama.300.6.653) (link)

Taback, Nathan and Robin Coupland. 2008. Comment. The Science of Human Security: A Response from Political Science. Medicine, Conflict and Survival Jan-Feb 2008; 24(1): 23-24. (link)

Taback, Nathan. 2008. The Dirty War Index: Statistical Issues, Feasibility and Interpretation. PLoS Med 5(12):e248 (link)

Taback, Nathan and Robin Coupland. 2007. The science of Human Security. Medicine, Conflict and Survival Jan-Mar 2007; 23(1):3-9. (link)

Taback, Nathan. 2007. Comment. Increase in violent deaths of Iraqi journalists since the 2003 invasion. Medicine, Conflict and Survival April-June 2007; 23(2): 1-2. (link)

Taback, Nathan and Robin Coupland, 2006. Security of Journalists: Making the case for modelling armed violence as a means to promote human security, in Thinking Outside the Box in Multilateral Disarmament and Arms Control Negotiations by John Borrie and Vanessa Martin Randin (eds), 2006, United Nations publication, Sales No.GV.E.06.0.16; pp. 191–206, December 2006
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Taback, Nathan and Robin Coupland. 2005. Towards collation and modelling of the global cost of armed violence on civilians. Medicine, Conflict and Survival 2005 Jan-Mar;21(1):19-27. (link)

Coupland, Robin M and David R Meddings. 1999. ‘Mortality associated with use of weapons in armed conflicts, wartime atrocities, and civilian mass shootings: literature review.’ in British Medical Journal, 1999, August 14, 319 (7202): 407-410. (link)

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