Insecurity Insight is an association dedicated to helping organisations to collect, manage and analyse data on 'people in danger'. Insecurity Insight runs the Aid in Danger project in partnership with security focal points from humanitarian organisations. The projects pools confidential security incident data and provides trend and topic analysis on humanitarian security for the humanitarian community.
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Updated March 13, 2019
| Dataset date: Jan 1, 2018-Jan 31, 2019
This dataset updates: Every month
This page provides the data published in the Education in Danger Monthly News Brief. All data contains incidents identified in open sources. Categorized by country.
The first dataset covers events where educators were killed, kidnapped or arrested (KKA) and incidents where schools were damaged or destroyed by an perpetrator including state and non-state actors, criminals, individuals, students and other staff members. For a breakdown on the number of educators killed, kidnapped or arrested (KKA), see In Harms Way dataset.
The second dataset includes threats and incidents of violence as well as protests and other events affecting education in 2018.
Updated March 11, 2019
| Dataset date: Jan 1, 2017-Dec 31, 2017
This dataset updates: Every year
The Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition found that attacks on health care occurred in 23 countries in conflict in 2017. The sheer number of countries and the intensity of attacks on health facilities, health workers, ambulances, and patients are staggering.
Attacks on health care include any act of verbal or physical violence, obstruction, or threat of violence that interferes with the availability, access, and delivery of curative and/or preventive health services.
The data has been collected from a wide variety of sources. These include incidents reported in the Safeguarding Healthcare Monthly News Briefs and reported by Aid in Danger partner agencies using the Security in Numbers Database (SiND); incident reports supplied to the SHCC by Médecins Sans Frontières, the Syrian American Medical Society and the World Health Organisation; reports from other UN agencies, including the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights; independent NGOs; and media reports.