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We didn't expect a campaign to Stop Killer Robots to be needed in the world - but it is.

Stop Killer Robots is a global coalition of more than 180 international, regional, and national non-governmental organisations and academic partners working across 66 countries to ensure meaningful human control over the use of force through the development of new international law. Browse the list of all our members below.

 

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Member organisations by country

Afghanistan

Afghan Landmine Survivors’ Organization

 

Argentina

Asociación para Políticas Públicas (APP)

Fundación para una democracia participativa

 

Armenia

Democracy Today

 

Australia

Digital Rights Watch

Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN)

Pax Christi Australia

Religious Society of Friends – Canberra and Region Quakers 

Religious Society of Friends Quakers – Victoria Regional Meeting

SafeGround Inc.

 

Austria

Austria Kampagne zum Verbot von Killer Robotern

ICBL-CMC Austria

VICESSE (Vienna Centre For Societal Security)

 

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan Campaign to Ban Landmines

 

Bangladesh

ChangeMaker: Society for Social and Economic Development

 

Belgium

Groupe de recherche et d’information sur la paix et la sécurité (GRIP)

Pax Christi Vlanderren

Vredesactie

Vrouwenraad

 

Brazil

Dhesarme

Igarapé Institute

 

Burkina Faso

WILPF-Burkina Faso

 

Burundi

Femmes Unies pour la Paix dans la Région des Grands Lacs (FUP/GL)

WILPF-Burundi

 

 

Cambodia

Peace Institute of Cambodia

Youth for Peace

 

Cameroon

Cameroon Youth and Students Forum for Peace

Femmes pour la Promotion du Leadership Moral (FEPLEM)

WILPF-Cameroon

Women’s Peace Initiatives (WPI)

Youth For Peace

 

Canada

Canadian Unitarians for Social Justice

Engineers Without Borders Canada

Manitobans Against Indiscriminate Weapons

Mines Action Canada

Project Ploughshares

Science for Peace

 

Chile

Instituto de Ecología Política (IEP)

 

Colombia

Campaña Colombiana Contra Minas (CCCM)

 

Costa Rica

La Fundación para la Paz y la Democracia (FUNPADEM)

 

Côte d’Ivoire

WILPF-Côte d’Ivoire

 

Democratic Republic of the Congo

WILPF-DRC

 

Denmark

Esbjerg Peace Movement

 

Egypt

Protection

 

El Salvador

Fundación Red de Sobrevivientes y Personas con Discapacidad

 

Finland

Aseistakieltäytyjäliitto (the Union Of Conscientious Objectors)

Naiset Rauhan Puolesta (Women for Peace)

Rauhanliitto (Peace Union of Finland)

Suomen Rauhanpuolustajat (Finnish Peace Committee)

Suomen Sadankomitea ry (Committee of 100)

Tekniikka elämää palvelemaan (Technology for Life)

 

 

France

Human Rights Watch France

Observatoire des Armaments

Sciences Citoyennes

 

Gabon

Femmes des Presses Pour la Paix et la Sécurité en Afrique Centrale (FEPPSAC)

 

Georgia

ICBL-Georgia

 

Germany

Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy-Germany

Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft – Vereinigte KriegsdienstgegnerInnen

Facing Finance

Love for Life

urgewald

WILPF-Germany

 

Ghana

International Humanitarian Relief & Rescue Initiative (IHRRI)

Upper West Rural Women Association (UWRWA)

WILPF-Ghana

 

Guatemala

End Child Prostitution and Trafficking (ECPAT)

 

Hungary

Állítsuk meg a Gyilkos Robotokat kampány aktivistái

 

Iceland

Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines

 

India

Control Arms Foundation of India

Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network

 

Iraq

Iraqi Alliance for Disability

Kurdistan Without Genocide

Organization Against Weapons of Mass Destruction in Kurdistan

 

Ireland

Afri

Irish Council for Civil Liberties

Pax Christi Ireland

 

Italy

Instituto di Richrche Internazionli Archivio Disarmo (IRIAD/Archivio Disarmo)

Rete Italiana Pace e Disarmo – Italian Network for Peace and Disarmament

Unione degli Scienziati Per Il Disarmo ONLUS (Union of Scientists for Disarmament)

 

Japan

Association for Aid and Relief Japan*

Human Rights Now

Human Rights Watch Japan

International Student Conference (ISC)

 

Kazakhstan

Center for International Security and Policy

 

Kenya

WILPF-Kenya

 

Kyrgyzstan

Center for Non-Proliferation and Export Control

 

Lebanon

WILPF-Lebanon

 

Libya

Assalama for Mines and UXO Action

 

Mexico

SEHLAC Mexico

 

Moldova

Foreign Policy Association of Moldova

 

Nepal

National Network of the Families of the Disappeared and Missing (NEFAD)

Women for Peace and Democracy Nepal

 

Netherlands

PAX

Stichting Vredesburo Eindhoven

 

New Zealand

Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

 

Nigeria

Beautiful Eves of Africa Organisation (BEAFRO)

Civil Society Advance Forum on Sustainable Development (CAS2030)

Cultural Youth Initiative Movement of Nigeria

Environmental Protection Promoters Initiative (EPPI)

Foundation For Environmental Rights, Advocacy & Development (FENRAD)

IANSA Women’s Network – Nigeria

Neferok Development Initiative

Noble Delta Women’s Movement for Peace and Development

Organisation for the Sustenance of the Nigerian Environment (OSNE)

Splendors of Dawn

Women Environment and Youth Development Initiative (WOYODEV)

Women in Humanitarian Response in Nigeria Initiative Network (WiHRiN)

Women’s Right to Education Programme (WREP)

 

Norway

Changemaker

Norges Fredslag (Norwegian Peace Association)

Norwegian People’s Aid

 

Pakistan

Alliance for Peace and Disability Rights

Aurat Foundation

Community Motivation & Development Organization (CMDO)

Sustainable Peace and Development Organization

 

Paraguay

TEDIC

 

Philippines

Nonviolence International – Philippines

 

Russia

Ethics & Technology

 

Sierra Leone

WILPF-Sierra Leone

 

Slovenia

Slovenian Artificial Intelligence Society

Slovenian Association for Cognitive Science

 

Somalia

Action for Women and Children Concern (AWCC)

Somali Human Rights Association (SOHRA)

 

South Africa

International Disarmament Initiative South Africa (IDISA)

 

South Korea

Korea Peace Now!

 

Spain

Asociación Española de Investigación para la Paz (AIPAZ)

Centre Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau

Centro de Educación e Investigación para la Paz (CEIPAZ)

Euskal Herriko Mugarik Gabeko Ingeniaritza

Fundación Cultura de Paz

Fundació per la Pau

Gernika Gogoratuz (Remembering Gernika)

Instituto de Derechos Humanos, Democracia Cultura de Paz y No Violencia (DEMOSPAZ)

 

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

 

Sweden

Civil Rights Defenders

Sparvnastet (Stockholm Hackerspace)

The Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society (SPAS)

WILPF-Sweden

www.robotarforfred.se

 

Switzerland

Le Groupe pour une Suisse sans Armée (GSsA)

 

Tajikistan

Tajikistan Centre to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions

 

Uganda

WILPF-Uganda

 

United Kingdom

Article 36

Acronym Institute

Action on Armed Violence

Amnesty International UK

Campaign Against Arms Trade

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy – UK

Centre for Peace, Security and Armed Violence Prevention

Drone Wars UK

International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR)

Scientists for Global Responsibility

United Nations Association-UK

War on Want

 

United States

Code Pink

Ethics in Technology

Justice for All

Human Rights Watch

Pax Christi Northern California

Peace Action New York

Psychologists for Social Responsibility

Surgeons OverSeas

Upstate Drone Action Coalition

Washington Office on Latin America

 

Uruguay

Asociacion de Lucha para el Desarme Civil (ALUDEC)

 

Zimbabwe

WILPF-Zimbabwe

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Our lives are becoming increasingly automated, from smart houses and targeted advertising to ‘self-service’ passport control. Technologies like facial recognition, and many other forms of artificial intelligence have been ‘quietly’ introduced and are gradually becoming integrated into our everyday lives with both positive and negative implications for people around the world.

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