Landmines

Introduction
6 years ago

Fifteen years after the landmine ban the number of new casualties halves

December 3, 2012  No comments
Fifteen years after the landmine ban the number of new casualties halves

Press release  (London, 3 December 2012) The number of reported new landmine and unexploded ordnance casualties has reduced dramatically since the banning of landmines was agreed, say UK anti-landmine campaigners today on the 15th anniversary of the treaty to outlaw the... Read more

Restarting disarmament

May 4, 2012  Comments are off
Restarting disarmament

by Richard Moyes and Thomas Nash, 4 May 2012 On ‘domestic’ issues such as the introduction of new medical technologies or pharmaceuticals governments will often be concerned about inadvertent harms to their own citizens, but with weapons the victims are... Read more

Lend your leg in London

April 4, 2012  No comments
Lend your leg in London

UK campaigners lend their legs for a mine free world London, April 4th 2012 Today UK campaigners participated in the global ‘lend your leg’ campaign being run by the ICBL and the UN on International Day for Mine Awareness and... Read more

Anti-vehicle mines, victim-activation and automated ...

April 2, 2012

Campaigners urge UK to lead world in fight against l...

March 1, 2012

UK Government must make public its plans and resourc...

November 28, 2011

A Step Backward for the Prohibition of Bioweapons

May 3, 2011
Introduction – landmines
January 28, 2011