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Sri Lanka Bans Cluster Bombs 2018 – Footsteps to Follow

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NCBL is pleased to share the wonderful news that Sri Lanka has acceded to the Convention on Cluster Munitions. We would like to commend and congratulate the Sri Lankan Campaign to Ban Landmines, and in particular Vidya Abhayagunawardena, for their determination to get their country on board the symbolic and meaningful convention. Make sure to […]

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On 1 August, NCBL celebrated Treaty into Force Day

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On 1 August, on the occasion of Treaty into Force Day, Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a Intra School Public Speech Competition on the “Role of Youths to Ban Cluster Bomb”. During the competition, 9 students spoke impressively and 4 of them deserved prizes. The youths focused on the meaning, threats and usage of […]

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Public Speech Competition on Role of Youth Banning Cluster Bomb

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Stop investment on cluster bomb

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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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Letter campaign

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Oslo process for banning cluster munitions, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal sent letters to the Speaker of House of Representatives Right, Honorable Omsari Gharti, Hon. minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Prakash Sharan Mahat, Hon. Minister of Defence Bal Krishna Khand and Hon. Minister of Peace and […]

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6th Anniversary of the Convention on Cluster Munitions Entry into Force

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August 1st marks the day that the Convention on Cluster Munitions treaty was entered into force. To date, there are 100 States parties and 19 signatories. The convention prohibits the use, production, transfer and stockpiling of cluster munitions. Cluster munitions are explosive weapons which contain many submunitions within. They are designed to cover a large […]

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People’s SAARC Regional Convergence 2014

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Let’s Talk about Disarmament and Peace Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions in South Asia As the 18th Summit of the SAARC is right around the corner, many South Asian organizations gathered in Kathmandu on November 22-24, during the People’s SAARC Regional Convergence 2014 Forum. This year’s slogan, People’s Movements Uniting South Asia for Democracy, Social […]

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ICBL visit NCBL – Closing Statement

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On October 17th to October 23rd 2014, Firoz Alizada from the International Campaign to Ban Landmines Geneva visited the NCBL and its Survivor Network Project. He met with core group of the network to discuss the overall implementation status of the project including achievements and challenges facing the network. He visited ten of the Kathmandu based survivors […]

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Today’s Necessity: Solidarity to the Convention on Cluster Munitions

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        On August 1, 2013, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) hosted an action event entitled: “Today’s Necessity: Solidarity to the Convention on Cluster Munitions.” The half-day symposium marked the 3rd anniversary of entry into force of the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM), an international treaty to ban the use, transfer, and […]

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