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Philip Alpers

Philip Alpers is Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of Public Health, The University of Sydney. For 16 years a correspondent for Television New Zealand, he was until recently a senior fellow at the Harvard Injury Control Research Centre, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston.

A policy analyst in the public health effects of gun violence in conflict and peace since 1992, he is accredited to the United Nations small arms process and acts as a consultant on international firearm policy.

Mr Alpers edits Gun Policy News, the daily international firearm injury prevention news service, and recently published Gun-running in Papua New Guinea: from arrows to assault weapons in the Southern Highlands (Small Arms Survey, Geneva, 2005).

Author's website: gunpolicy.org


 
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