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Relief package distribution

The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal collected over thousand pairs of clothes from capital and distributed in Dolakha district of Nepal with leadership of survivors network members. Dolakha district is one of the most affected districts from earthquake. Last year five people died from cold in that district. Concerning this problem NCBL put some efforts to […]

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Painting and photo exhibition:

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A three-day Painting and Photo Exhibition held at Nepal Art Council Gallery in Kathmandu on 1-3 December 2016. The painting and exhibition showcased the loss of lives and property due to the use of landmines and explosives, activities on mine risk education, demining of mines and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) during the decade-long conflict. This […]

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Letter campaign

On the occasion of 20th anniversary of 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 Reconstruction Mrs. […]

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For immediate release: Ministers urged to join Ottawa Treaty

Kathmandu, 3 December 2016 – A delegation led by Purna Shova Chitrakar, coordinator of Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) called on Minster for Foreign Affairs Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat; Minister for Peace and Reconstruction Shanti Devi Yadav at their respective ministries and urged them to sign the Ottawa Treaty also known as the Mine Ban […]

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Join us on December 3rd 2016

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Join us on December 3rd 2016 for a mass rally to celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and the Anniversary of the Mine Ban Treaty!  Painting and Photo Exhibition

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After several individual meetings with the ministers, officials of ministries, the UNDP, and the Embassies, the Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a national seminar on ” Constitutional Rights, Sustainable Development Goal and Challenges of Landmines” on November 11th of 2016, with the collaboration of the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction. During the program, the Advocate […]

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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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Worldwide Investment in Cluster Munitions Report

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On June 16, 2016, PAX released its annual update of the “Worldwide Investment in Cluster Munitions Report”. The updated report lists all the global financial institutions and companies that continue to invest in cluster munition producers, as well as institutions and companies that have dis-invested since the last update.  The PAX report also highlights countries […]

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66th UN DPI/NGO Conference

On May 30, 2016 in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea, Secretary General Ban Ki Moon issued an inspiring speech about the positive impact NGO’s have had. The Secretary General also advocated for increased space for NGO’s, as he said “I am such a strong believer in NGOs, I constantly call on governments to expand space, some political, […]

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Global Month of Action to Stop Explosive Investments

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The Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) bans the production, use, stockpiling and transfer of cluster munitions. . Cluster munitions are large bombs that contain many smaller bombs inside of them. These submunitions fall on an area as large as a football field. The submunitions are supposed to explode upon or before impact with the ground. […]

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