Workshop Resources – “Dealing with threats and disaster – New paradigms – New technologies – New ethical challenges?”

On November 23rd and 24th 2017, the FRR co-hosted this workshop with the 4TU Center for Ethics and Technology. Here you can find the presentations that were given by speakers during the workshop, recommended resources on the topic compiled by participants, and when completed, the document that was drawn up as a result of the workshop.

Please note that at this time we are not able to post every presentation that was given due to presenters’ requests.

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Recommended Reading

“African Drone Stories”, K. B. Sandvik (2015)

“The Case Against Humanitarian Drones”, Z. Al Achkar, B. Card, N. A. Raymond (2012)

“The Case for Humanitarian Drones”, J. C. Chow (2012)

“Do no harm: A taxonomy of the challenges of humanitarian experimentation”, K. Jacobsen, S. McDonald, K. B. Sandvik (2017)

Drones in Humanitarian Action: A guide to the use of airborne systems in humanitarian crises, FSD (2016)

Evaluating novel threats to the homeland: unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles, B. A. Jackson and D. R. Freilinger (2008)

“Humanitarian technology: a critical research agenda”, M. G. Jumbert, J. Karlsrud, M. Kaufmann, K. B. Sandvik (2014)

“More bang for the buck”: examining the determinants of terrorist adoption of new weapons technologies, G. Ackerman (2014)

“Now is the time to deliver: looking for humanitarian innovation’s theory of change”, K. B. Sandvik (2017)

“The Political and Moral Economies of Dual Technology Transfers: Arming Police Drones”, K. B. Sandvik (2015) – in Drones and Unmanned Aerial Systems (pp. 45-66)

The Politics of Humanitarian Technology: Good intentions, unintended consequences and insecurity, K. L. Jacobsen (2015)

“Power and space in the drone age: a literature review and politico-geographical research agenda”, F. Klauser, S. Pesrozp (2015)

Remotely Piloted Innovation: Terrorism, Drones and Supportive Technology, D. Rassler (2016)

“The Rise of the Humanitarian Drone: Giving Content to an Emerging Concept”, K. B. Sandvik (2014)

The Signal Code: A Human Rights Approach to Information During Crisis, F. Greenwood, C. Howarth, D. E. Poole, N. A. Raymond, D. P. Scarnecchia (2017)

“Terrorism and National Security”, S. Michaelides-Mateou (2016) – in The Future of Drone Use: Opportunities and Threats from Ethical and Legal Perspectives (pp. 163-170)

Threat of terrorism using unmanned aerial vehicles: Technical aspects, E. Miasnikov (2005)

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Humanitarian Response, UN OCHA (2014)