Eunice Hammond


When Peace Is Controversial: Cambodia Celebrates “Victory over Genocide Day”

On Monday January 7, 2019, Cambodia held large celebrations to commemorate “Victory Over Genocide Day.” The celebrations took place in the Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, where Cambodians celebrated the overthrow of Pol Pot, leader of the Khmer Rouge. The Khmer Rouge was a communist regime which held […]


The Effects of War On Healthcare Infrastructure And Health Workers: Chaos Compounding Death and Injury

Often, when we think of war and unrest in countries, the first thing that is discussed or thought about is the violence and the immediate resulting casualties. The number of deaths and injuries as a result of violence within a country or area is one of the key determinants for […]


Deadly Attack In Beni City, Democratic Republic Of Congo Carried Out By Rebels

On Saturday, September 22nd, rebels attacked Beni City, a city in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Beni City and surrounding areas are being attacked by the Allied Defence Forces which is a Ugandan rebel group. The Allied Defence Forces began operating in the region in 1995. […]