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"Living Under Drones”– New Report Issued by the International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic

Professor James Cavallaro, director of Stanford Law School’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic, supervised a team of students who co-authored a report titled, Living Under Drones, which describes the conditions of daily life in communities in northwest Pakistan where “drones hover 24 hours a day, striking homes, vehicles, and public spaces without warning.” Based on extensive interviews with Pakistanis living in the regions directly affected, as well as humanitarian and medical workers, the report provides new and firsthand testimony about the negative impacts U.S. drone strike policies are having on civilians living under drones. The report is the result of research conducted by a joint team from the International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic of Stanford Law School and the Global Justice Clinic at New York University School of Law (NYU Clinic).

More information about the report is available at: http://livingunderdrones.org/ and via the Mills Legal Clinic at Stanford Law School

Click here to download a PDF copy of the report,  Living Under Drones.

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