Welcome to the September 2009 issue of the ICBL newsletter. Click on the PDF icon above to download a printable version of ICBL News.
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ICBL Ambassador Tun Channareth calling on states to come prepared to the Cartagena Summit. Geneva, May 2009. Photo: Mary Wareham
Editorial: Come, Share, Commit and Care
2009 Youth Leaders Forum -- Training the Next Generation of Campaigners
Voices from the Ground: Landmine and Explosive Remnants of War Survivors Speak Up on Victim Assistance
Getting European Commission Funding for Mine Action
A Mine-Free Central Asia: Mission Possible! -- The Dushanbe Workshop on Achieving a Mine-Free Central Asia
ICBL Urges Mongolia to Expedite Accession
Donate to the ICBL through the Combined Federal Campaign
Cartagena Summit: Less Than 100 Days to Go -- Are States Parties Ready?
News in Brief: Cambodia Passes New Disability Law; U.S. Signs the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Campaign News: ICBL Denounces Kiling of Chechen Activist Zarema Sadulayeva; Round Table on Mine Action (Australia); New Map Reveals Extent of Antipersonnel Landmine Contamination in Myanmar/Burma; Japan: One Flap, Global Impact; Young Leaders Discuss Landmines, Cluster Munitions (Nepal); Thirsty Festival-Goers Support Mine Action (Denmark); ICBL Ambassador Addresses Religious Leaders in Nairobi; NATO/EAPC Briefed on Global Landmine Situation (Belgium); Vietnam: Survivors and Government Discuss Victim Assistance for the First Time; Thai Campaigners Meet with Foreign Minister