International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)
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National Campaigns

Our network includes human rights, humanitarian, children, peace, disability, veterans, medical, mine action, development, arms control, religious, environmental and women's groups. While our members carry their activities in a variety of ways, they regularly share political strategies, campaign activities, achievements and ideas on how to address challenges. This exchange of information among the different countries plus the hard work of the national campaigns to ban landmines have created and maintained the momentum of the ICBL.

List of National Campaigns

Looking for a contact organization in your country? You will find here the contact details and website addresses for all the ICBL member organizations and focal points around the world.

Become a Member of the ICBL-CMC

The ICBL and Cluster Munition Coalition operate a joint campaign membership comprised of non-governmental organizations. Applicants are required to endorse the calls to action and to abide by the membership pledge.
Events & News
ICBL Participates in Tajikistan Disability Rights and Victim Assistance Meeting

On 17 and 18 March, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) together with members from the Tajikistan Campaign to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions joined stakeholders in Dushanbe for a national victim assistance meeting. Objectives for the meeting included reviewing and revising Tajikistan's draft national disability program.

Selling seafood sustains survivor peer support group in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

The Consortium de Plaidoyer sur l’Assistance aux Victimes (the Consortium for Advocacy on Victim Assistance, CPAV) created a sustainable and inventive peer support project in the region of Moanda, Bas Congo, DRC with support from the ICBL- CMC’s Survivor Networks Project.

Survivor Leaders at Key ICRC African Union Meeting

Two survivor leaders speak out at the workshop on victim assistance at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia this week, from 4–6 March.