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States Not Party 36
The ICBL-CMC Newsletter reflects the activities of the ICBL-CMC and its members, as well as governments and international agencies. The ICBL-CMC solicits its members' contributions to the Newsletter and welcomes comments or requests for clarifications. If you want to receive the newsletter directly to your e-mail please subscribe here.
The seventh edition of the ICBL-CMC newsletter includes news on ICBL's 20th Anniversary celebrations, the latest states to ratify the Convention on Cluster Munitions, the Humanitarian Disarmament Campaigns Summit and UN General Assembly in New York, along with updates from the Survivor Network Project and the latest from the national campaigns. Read it online here.
The sixth edition of the ICBL-CMC newsletter includes news on anticipated clearance completion announcements, ICBL's visit to Sengal, and more as well as news from national campaigns. Read it online here.
The fifth edition of the ICBL-CMC newsletter celebrates all sub-Saharan African states having now banned anti-personnel mines and reports back from the Intersessional Meetings in Geneva, as well as news from national campaigns. Read it online here
The fourth edition of the ICBL-CMC newsletter gives information on the upcoming Intersessional Meeetings in Geneva, highlights from the Global Lend your Leg action and information on the ICBL's 20th anniversary. Read it online here.
ICBL gears up for the Lend your Leg global month of action. ICBL and governments around the world condemn Syria's use of landmines and Jordan’s announces that all its known mined areas have been cleared.
ICBL's 20th Anniversary, Finland accedes to the Mine Ban Treaty and information on the "Lend your Leg" month of action can be found in this newsletter. Read campaign updates from Azerbaijan, Georgia, India, Iraq, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Qatar and the USA.
Worldwide Push for Progress actions and news on the 11th Meeting of States Parties in Phnom Penh, Cambodia is shared in this newsletter. Read news on South Sudan and Tuvalu who became new States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty as well as information on the 2011 Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor launches. CMC news includes information on the Convention on Conventional Weapons 4th Review Conference.
In this issue, we voice our concern at the current mine use situation and see what is being done to push for progress by Phnom Penh. We look back at efforts made to push the U.S. to ban landmines and see how youths are doing their part to make a difference in mine action. A note from the monitor and updates on ICBL members concludes this issue.
Are landmines indispensable to protect borders? Does assisting landmine victims only mean providing them with artificial legs and crutches? In the March 2011 issue of the ICBL newsletter, we debunk the myths on landmines! We also call on the U.S. to join the Mine Ban Treaty, and we provide an update on the activities of ICBL members in 15 countries and areas: Australia, Burundi, Canada, India, Nigeria, Syria, Taiwan, and more.
In the latest issue of the ICBL newsletter, read about Keeping Up the Energy to reach the goal of a mine-free world, the ICBL expectations for the 10th Meeting of the States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty, the latest Landmine Monitor findings, the CMC-ICBL transition, victim assistance in international development, campaign news from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, DR Congo, Germany, Iraq, Mauritania, Nepal, Pakistan, Sudan, Turkey, Yemen, as well as East and Central Africa.
In this special issue of the ICBL newsletter, mine action experts, victim assistance practitioners and campaigners explore the new opportunities offered by the Convention on Cluster Munitions and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. They also look at how the lessons learned in over 10 years of implementation of the Mine Ban Treaty, as well as all the structures and expertise already in place, could benefit the full and swift implementation of these younger conventions.
In the latest edition of the ICBL newsletter, read about Central America becoming the world's first mine-free region, the U.S. landmine policy review moving forward, ICBL concerns about Mine Ban Treaty implementation, victim assistance in action, the Monitor launching its country profiles webpage, as well as campaign news from Turkey, Georgia, Senegal, Nepal, Iraq and Uganda.
The March 2010 edition of the ICBL newsletter is available online! Read about the ICBL reaching its goals at the Cartagena Summit, the USCBL urging the U.S. to join the Mine Ban Treaty, the new Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor, as well as campaign news from China, D.R. Congo, Germany, India, the Netherlands, Philippines and Sri Lanka.