The Mine Action Review Team
The work of the Mine Action Review is produced by a team of researchers dedicated to assessing progress in survey and clearance in accordance with the obligations laid down in the Convention on Cluster Munitions and the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention.
The Mine Action Review combines desk study, interviews, reviews of reports, and field missions to generate its reports. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Lucy is Project Manager of Mine Action Review and also serves as a Senior Researcher on the project
Lucy has a master’s degree (with distinction) in global governance and ethics from University College London. Prior to joining Norwegian People's Aid, Lucy worked for the International Campaign to Ban Landmines-Cluster Munition Coalition (ICBL-CMC). She previously worked in India and Nepal on international development issues and before that was a commercial manager in a software company in London.
Stuart serves as editor of the Mine Action Review
Stuart is an international lawyer specialising in use of force issues. He holds a doctorate in international humanitarian law and a master's degree in forensic ballistics.
Katherine is Senior Policy and Research Advisor at Norwegian People's Aid, and serves as a researcher for Mine Action Review
Katherine (Katie) joined Norwegian People's Aid in 2013. Previously she served as Policy and Research Manager at Action on Armed Violence, and its former incarnation Landmine Action, working on a range of humanitarian disarmament initiatives. Since its inception in 2006, she was actively involved in the Oslo Process to ban cluster munitions, which culminated in the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions. She has an MSc (with distinction) in Diplomacy and International Strategy from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a BA (with honours) from the University of Chicago in Political Science.
Nick is a journalist who works as a researcher for Mine Action Review
Alex is a Researcher for Mine Action Review
Alex has a master’s degree in Global Health, Conflict and Security from King’s College London. She is a visiting research fellow with the Conflict and Health Research Group at King’s College and has published a paper on the impact of landmines and explosive remnants of war on global health. Prior to working for Mine Action Review, she worked as a researcher for the Centre on Religion and Geopolitics and the Global Health Film initiative.