Who We Are

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The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots is a global coalition of 82 international, regional, and national non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in 35 countries that is working to preemptively ban fully autonomous weapons (as of August 2018). * – Indicates a member of the Steering Committee (the campaign’s governance/leadership body). To apply to become a member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, please see How to Join.

International Organizations

Human Rights Watch (Coordinator)*
Amnesty International
Humanity & Inclusion
International Committee for Robot Arms Control*
International Peace Bureau
Nobel Women’s Initiative*
Nonviolence International
Pax Christi International
Pressenza International Press Agency
Pugwash Conferences on Science & World Affairs*
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)*
World Federalist Movement-Institute for Global Policy

Regional Organizations

Caribbean Coalition for Development and the Reduction of Armed Violence (CDRAV)
Nonviolence International Southeast Asia
Seguridad Humana en América Latina y el Caribe/SEHLAC
Quaker Council for European Affairs

Members by Country

Afghanistan

Afghan Landmine Survivors’ Organization

Austria

ICBL-CMC Austria

Belgium

Pax Christi Vlanderren
Vredesactie

Brazil

Dhesarme

Cameroon

Cameroon Youth and Students Forum for Peace

Canada

Mines Action Canada*
Manitobans Against Indiscriminate Weapons
Project Ploughshares

Denmark

Esbjerg Peace Movement

Egypt

Protection

Finland

Committee of 100 (Suomen Sadankomitea ry)
Peace Union of Finland (Rauhanliitto)

France

Sciences Citoyennes

Georgia

ICBL-Georgia

Germany

Facing Finance

Ghana

WILPF-Ghana

Iceland

Icelandic Institute for Intelligent Machines

India

Control Arms Foundation of India

Ireland

Afri

Italy

Rete Italiana per il Disarmo (Italian Network on Disarmament)
Unione degli Scienziati Per Il Disarmo ONLUS (Union of Scientists for Disarmament)

Japan

Association for Aid and Relief Japan*
Human Rights Now

Kazakhstan

Center for International Security and Policy

Libya

Assalama for Mines and UXO Action

The Netherlands

PAX*
Stichting Vredesburo Eindhoven

New Zealand

Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots
(a coalition of 7 NGOs coordinated by Peace Movement Aotearoa)

Nigeria

Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace and Development
IANSA Women’s Network – Nigeria

Norway

Norwegian Peace Association (Norges Fredslag)

Pakistan

Sustainable Peace and Development Organization
Alliance for Peace and Disability Rights

Philippines

Nonviolence International – Philippines

Poland

Global Advocates Foundation

Slovenia

Slovenian Artificial Intelligence Society

Spain

Centre Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau
Fundació per la Pau

South Africa

International Disarmament Initiative South Africa (IDISA)

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

Sweden

www.robotarforfred.se
Civil Rights Defenders
The Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society (SPAS)
Sparvnastet (Stockholm Hackerspace)
WILPF Sweden

Tajikistan

Tajikistan Centre to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions

United Kingdom

Article 36*
Acronym Institute
Action on Armed Violence
Campaign Against Arms Trade
Centre for Peace, Security and Armed Violence Prevention
Drone Wars UK
Scientists for Global Responsibility
United Nations Association-UK
War on Want

United States

Human Rights Watch*
Code Pink
Psychologists for Social Responsibility
Surgeons OverSeas
Washington Office on Latin America
Upstate Drone Action Coalition
Peace Action New York

Academic Partners

Harvard Law School International Human Rights Clinic
Institute of International Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada
University of Puerto Rico Law School New Technologies Law Clinic