The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) and SIPRI are pleased to announce a new story map, entitled ‘Twisted Metal, Broken Bodies’, as part of the GICHD–SIPRI project on the humanitarian and developmental impact of anti-vehicle mines (AVMs).
The story map contains multimedia content, interactive maps and narrative text to provide an introduction to AVMs and data analysis of trends. It demonstrates the impact of AVMs on livelihoods in ongoing conflicts, such as Ukraine, and in post-conflict situations, like in the case of Cambodia.
‘Twisted Metal, Broken Bodies’ is produced based on the findings of recent GICHD–SIPRI studies on global mapping of anti-vehicle mine incidents (2016 and 2015); and a comprehensive study on the humanitarian and developmental impact of AVMs from 2014.
Explore the story map here.
Read more on the SIPRI WritePeace blog here.