Hamit Dardagan

Hamit co-founded the Iraq Body Count project in 2002 (www.iraqbodycount.org), and is the co-director of the Every Casualty programme at Oxford Research Group (ORG), a London-based think tank.

He has written and co-written a number of analytical papers on casualties in Iraq after the 2003 invasion, including for The New England Journal of MedicinePLoS Medicine, and The Lancet. He has published articles outlining the case for the detailed recording of all casualties in publications as diverse as The Guardian and The British Army Review, the latter in co-authorship with a now-retired Brigadier General in the British Army. Most recently he produced the report, Stolen Futures: The hidden toll of child casualties in Syria, the first large-scale analysis of the principal ways in which children are being killed in the Syrian conflict

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