• The Defuser – June

    May marked the 10th anniversary of the Convention on Cluster Munitions. Like landmines, cluster munitions were primarily banned because of their impact on civilians, and their violation of the principles of discrimination and proportionality. A total of 119 states have signed or acceded to the Convention on Cluster Munitions, and their progress in destroying stockpiles and […]

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  • Chris Snyder Book Alert!

    Canadian Landmine Foundation Board Member and former Chairperson Chris Snyder recently published a new book Creating Opportunities–A Volunteer’s Memoir. Based on his extensive volunteer experience around the world, Creating Opportunities is a colourful and exciting collection of stories of adventures from Bombay to Phnom Penh. As Chris says, “Not only is volunteering for every age, but it is […]

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  • Creating Opportunities – Chapter 11 Excerpt

      11 – Cambodia: The aftermath of war “Be careful, Cambodia is the most dangerous place you will ever visit. You will fall in love with it and eventually it will break your heart.” – Joseph Mussomeli, U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia  Ronnie suddenly went silent and his face grew tight as our narrow little propeller-driven boat […]

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  • New Challenges for Demining

    Demining is chronically underfunded, and it is becoming increasingly difficult as the use of improvised explosives rise. These were the findings of two key articles in The Guardian this week that catalogued new challenges in the ongoing demining project in Angola, and the semi-industrial production of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) by Islamic State in Iraq […]

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  • An Interview With Richard Fitoussi

    The Canadian Landmine Foundation’s Paul Esau recently caught up with filmmaker Richard Fitoussi about his new project, Lloyd, which chronicles the political achievements of former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Lloyd Axworthy, in working directly with government representatives and members of civil society to engineer the 1997 Ottawa Treaty to ban anti-personnel landmines. Richard Fitoussi has been […]

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