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Reporting on Land Release in Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor
The term ‘Land Release’ has become an important part of Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor’s reporting on progress in mine action. The term formally means the release of formerly contaminated land through technical survey or clearance. Dismissed as repackaging of existing good practice by some, it is a response to surveys that have significantly overestimated the size of suspected hazardous areas or wrongly identified other areas as contaminated and, as a result, poorly directed clearance...
30/06/2010 - Read more »

Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor: 2010 Call for Researchers
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor researcher. The deadline to submit your completed application to lm@icbl.org is 31 December 2009.Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is composed of a network of over 60 primarily in-country researchers, an Editorial Team, and is coordinated by an Editorial Board. Researchers contribute desk and/or field research for reports on countries and other areas included in online country profiles. Landmine...
16/12/2009 - Read more »

Una América Libre de Minas es una “misión posible” si los países intensifican sus esfuerzos
26/11/2009 - Read more »

Mine-Free Americas is ‘mission possible’ if countries step up efforts
26/11/2009 - Read more »

Landmine Monitor Report 2009: List of Release Events
Landmine Monitor Report 2009: List of Release Events Summary On Thursday 12 November, the major, global findings of Landmine Monitor Report 2009 will be released during a press conference at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. On and after 12 November, national and regional release events will be held in Afghanistan, Belarus, Belgium, Colombia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Peru, Senegal, Syria, Tajikistan, Uganda, the United States, Yemen, and Zambia. For more information, to...
16/10/2009 - Read more »

Landmine Monitor Report 2009
Press ReleaseEMBARGOED UNTIL 10:30 GMT, 12 NOVEMBER 2009ANTI-LANDMINE TREATY WORKING, LIVES AND LIMBS SAVEDAccording to Landmine Monitor Report 2009 released today GENEVA, 12 November 2009 – Since the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty entered into force ten years ago, significant progress has been made in eradicating antipersonnel mines, but much work remains, according to Landmine Monitor Report 2009: Toward a Mine-Free World, a report by the International Campaign to Ban Landmines being released today...
10/11/2009 - Read more »

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