• Allegations of Russian Use of Landmines in Ukraine

    Allegations of Russian Use of Landmines in Ukraine

    Mindful of allegations of Russian use of landmines in Ukraine during the escalating crisis, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) has called on Russia and Ukraine to make further efforts to clarify the situation in order to make a definitive determination about whether anti-personnel mines have been used. Please click here to learn more

  • Ottawa Treaty Update: Mapping the Issues

    Ottawa Treaty Update: Mapping the Issues

    The Ottawa Treaty – also known as the Mine Ban Treaty – was signed in 1997 and has since grown to include 161 signatory states. International efforts to raise awareness of the dangers posed by anti-personnel mines have strengthened tremendously as a result, yet a number of noticeable and significant countries remain outside the treaty.

  • Women in Mine Action

    Women in Mine Action

    Throughout the world, women are becoming more involved in mine action and bomb disposal. Check out this highly educational, interesting and inspiring video from the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).

  • 2014 International Day of Mine Action

    2014 International Day of Mine Action

    April 4th is the International Day for Mine Action and Awareness. Click on the image below to check out an interesting post of aggregated Twitter content to discover the buzz and learn about global landmine education and awareness!

  • CLMF and Siem Reap, Cambodia Pt. 1

    CLMF and Siem Reap, Cambodia Pt. 1

    Situated between Thailand and Vietnam, Cambodia is located in the southern portion of the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. As a country with a total population of nearly 15 million, Cambodia is today a nation of relative peace. Yet not too long ago, Cambodians were surrounded by war. In 1968, the Communist Party of Kampuchea

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    Ottawa Treaty Update: Mapping the Issues

    The Ottawa Treaty – also known as the Mine Ban Treaty – was signed in 1997 and has since grown to include 161 signatory states. International efforts to raise awareness of the dangers posed by anti-personnel mines have strengthened tremendously as a result, yet a number of noticeable and significant countries remain outside the treaty.

    Read more »
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    Women in Mine Action

    Throughout the world, women are becoming more involved in mine action and bomb disposal. Check out this highly educational, interesting and inspiring video from the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).

    Read more »
  • International-Mine-Awareness

    2014 International Day of Mine Action

    April 4th is the International Day for Mine Action and Awareness. Click on the image below to check out an interesting post of aggregated Twitter content to discover the buzz and learn about global landmine education and awareness!

    Read more »
  • Landmines

    Canada Takes Back Seat on Treaty it Helped Spearhead

    On December 3rd, 2012, Graham Lanktree interviewed Chris Snyder, Acting Chair of the Canadian Landmines and wrote this piece for Metro News in Ottawa. On the anniversary of a successful anti-landmine treaty signed in Ottawa 15 years ago, anti-landmine groups criticized the federal government for taking a back seat on the treaty that saves 20,000

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    Podcast: Jody Williams, Landmines and the Nobel Women’s Initiative

    Jody Williams is a Nobel Laureate who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 for her as the founding coordinator of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines. This podcast will discuss Williams’ involvement with the campaign, current landmine issues and Williams’ current projects. Click here to listen to the podcast Production Note: Due to

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