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.

The advocacy and research work of the CMC and Cluster Munition Monitor is made possible by the funding and support from our donors. We would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation to the following institutional donors who are currently supporting our work.