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Daily Archives: June 8, 2017

CMC Press Release:Billions $ invested in producers of globally banned cluster bombs

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(Tokyo, 23 May 2017) – While 119 nations have joined the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions to rid the world of cluster munitions, in the past four years, 166 financial institutions invested US$31 billion in companies that produce cluster munitions. Investing in cluster munitions is morally unacceptable with devastating consequences when these weapons are used […]

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Campaign for “Accessible Nepal”

Due to the establishment of a Survivors’ Network in Nepal, the members are now able to actively engage in various activities such as livelihood and economic development and make their voices heard for more inclusion in society under the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL). One of the main campaign is the Campaign for Accessible Nepal […]

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Celebrating International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance on Mine Action4th April

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On 4 April, Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal and the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction jointly organized the International Day of Mine Awareness. Mrs. Sita Devi Yadav, minister of Peace and Reconstruction, inaugurated the event and Mr. Suman Prasad Sharma, Secretary of MoPR, chaired the session. On that day, the Nepal army and the MoPR both […]

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Celebrating 1 March 2017 (Treaty into Force Day)

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On the occasion of Treaty into Force Day the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) presented a photo exhibition at Basantapur Durbar Square in Kathmandu on 1 March 2017. Through the photo exhibition, NCBL raised awareness on landmines and IEDs, the need to work against these weapons, the government position on Mine Ban Treaty, civilian’s roles […]

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