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The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots has spent 2020 navigating the global Covid-19 pandemic that was unthinkable one year ago. Its global coalition of non-governmental organizations have rapidly adjusted their activities and working methods to adapt to the brave new world brought about by the pandemic. Unfortunately, diplomacy on killer robots has proven less nimble Read more...
On 12 December 2020, the ‘Global Youth Conference on Fully Autonomous Weapons’ helped advance youth leadership in humanitarian disarmament by providing an avenue for youth to contribute to ongoing multilateral discussions on fully autonomous weapons. Read more...
Aug. 12, 2020
Since the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots participated in the World Scout Jamboree in July 2019, we have received multiple requests from children and young people asking for information on the killer robots threat as well as how to help the Campaign. In response, the Campaign staff team are producing new resources, holding consultations with Read more...
Jun. 18, 2020
The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots has won the Ypres Peace Prize, awarded by the Belgian city every three years since 2002. The prize will be presented on Armistice Day–11 November 2020–which marks 101 years since the end of World War I. Read more...
“What is a killer robot?” The refrain was heard over and over again at the edge of a small tent in the middle of West Virginia. As thousands of feet trampled down a path at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve, eager for the next adventure, heads turned to peer closer at bright red flags flapping Read more...