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Full Report - Landmine Monitor Report 2000
LM Report 2000 Full Report   Executive Summary   Key Findings   Key Developments   Translated Country Reports


Welcome to the full report of the Landmine Monitor Report 2000. The full text of the report as well as the Regional Overviews from the Executive Summary is available through these webpages.
See see the Complete Table of Contents for all headings in the report.

About Landmine Monitor

Acknowledgments - List of Contributors to Country Reports: - Abbreviations and Acronyms


Banning Antipersonnel Mines - Humanitarian Mine Action - Landmine Casualties and Survivor Assistance - Mine Awareness - Mine Action Funding

Country Reports

Africa - Americas - Asia-Pacific - Europe/Central Asia - Middle East/North Africa

International Campaign to Ban Landmines

Treaty Working Group - Mine Action Working Group - Working Group on Victim Assistance - Non-State Actors Working Group - Ethics and Justice Working Group


Government of Australia - Government of Belgium - Government of Canada - Government of Denmark - Government of Japan - United Nations Development Programme - United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) - United Nations Mine Action Service - United Nations Office for Project Services - World Health Organization - European Community - Organization of American States - International Committee of the Red Cross - Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining - Survey action center - Converting Landmine Factories to Civilian Production - Environmental Aspects of the International Crisis of Antipersonnel Landmines and the Implementation of the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty - Injuries that Occur in Humanitarian Demining - The Landmine Victim Assistance Responsibilities of States Parties To The 1997 Mine Ban Treaty - Producer Liability - The United Nations’ role in Implementing the Compliance Aspects of the Ottawa Convention - Antivehicle mines with antipersonnel effects - Cluster Munitions - Mine Action Programmes from a development-oriented point of view - Resolutions Adopted by the General Assembly - Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction (on the ICBL website)