The Rule of Law in Armed Conflict Project (RULAC)
An initiative of the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights comprises two databases:
The old RULAC website, which will remain available, contains a Global Database which aims to report on every concerned State and disputed territory in the world, considering both the legal norms that apply as well as the extent to which they are respected by the relevant actors. You can access the database by individual state or territory. Each state or territory listing provides the following information:
The new RULAC website is an online portal that systematically qualifies situations of armed violence using the definition of armed conflict under international humanitarian law. RULAC also identifies the parties to armed conflicts. The scope of RULAC is currently limited to those conflicts that have emerged since 2011 and are still ongoing. The database:
An initiative of the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights is an online compilation of information on the regulation of weapons under public international law. It can be searched or browsed under the following four main headings:
Hosted by the American University Washington College of Law, The Afghanistan Documentation Project (ADP) was established to collect and create a fully searchable and publicly accessible database of documents regarding human rights and humanitarian law violations committed in Afghanistan since 1971. It provides a central repository of publicly accessible and searchable information about atrocities carried out in Afghanistan since 1978.