Welcome to Drones Watch. The purpose of this site is to provide useful information about drones, and to encourage people to become active in efforts to stop killer drones overseas and stop domestic drones from violating our privacy and safety.
For photos & names of some Pakistani victims of drone strikes, see http://www.codepink.org/dronevictims.
For press coverage of the 2012 Pakistan delegation, see http://www.codepink.org/stopdronesnews.
For photos from the 2012 Pakistan delegation, see http:www.codepink.org/stopdronesphotos.
Regarding domestic drones, Congress—pressured by the drone manufacturers lobby—has mandated that US airspace be opened to drones by September 2015. Here is a sample resolution to bring to your city officials, and a set of questions you should ask your police department.
We welcome your input and ideas. This site is run by CODEPINK Women for Peace and CODEPINK is coordinating the coalition of organizations, academics, and activists working to stop drone warfare. Please contact us with any comments or questions.