Who we are
Since its launch in 1992, the ICBL has been the voice of civil society in the diplomatic arena, pushing for changes in government policies and practices on addressing the suffering caused by landmines. The campaign includes national and international NGOs, as well as dedicated individuals, across many disciplines including human rights, development, refugee issues, and medical and humanitarian relief.
Jody Williams, Tun Channareth and Margaret Arach Orech, represent the campaign at various fora and serve as spokespersons.
If you wish to be put in touch with an ICBL Ambassador, please contact the ICBL via our contact form. Our Ambassadors have demanding work schedules, so please be patient and do not expect an instant reply.
Ms. Jody Williams
1997 Nobel Peace Prize Co-Laureate
Mr. Tun Channareth
Tun Channareth – or Reth as he is known to his friends – is one of the campaign's greatest assets. He is a passionate advocate for a ban on the weapon that cost him his legs.
Ms. Margaret Arach Orech
Margaret views her work with the ICBL as a means of providing representation for the many landmine survivors and persons with disabilities in her country and around the world, some of whose voices may not otherwise be heard.