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Bridges between Worlds – Update

September 22, 2014


Bridges Between Worlds Update 22 September 2014 Bridges between Worlds was a global conference that addressed fundamental questions about the place of landmine victim assistance in other domains, such as the worlds of disability, heath care, education, employment, development, poverty reduction and human rights. The Bridges between Worlds Chairperson’s Summary highlights that those who care […]

Committee on Victim Assistance

September 19, 2014


Update – 26 November 2014 (Convention’s ISU) “On Monday 24 November, the Convention’s Committee on Victim Assistance briefed representatives of States Parties on Maputo Action Plan commitments to ensure that measurable improvements have been made in the well-being and the guarantee of the rights of landmine victims, in time for the Convention’s Fourth Review Conference […]

Mine Action & Victim Assistance in Broader Frameworks

January 23, 2014


A new publication by the Mine Ban Treaty Implementation Support Unit highlights the supporting role that mine action structures can play in integrating landmine victim assistance into broader approaches to healthcare, disability and human rights. “By documenting good practices from around the globe, the publication Five Key Examples of the Role of Mine Action in […]

Mine Ban Treaty Intersessional Meetings May 2012

March 22, 2012


21-25 May 2012, Mine Ban Treaty Intersessional Standing Committee Meetings, in Geneva The Programme For the Mine Ban Treaty intersessional Standing Committee meetings, including the structure of the  Standing Committee on Victim Assistance and Socio-economic Reintegration meeting, is now available at the Antipersonnel Mine Ban Convention website. The victim assistance sessions will include updates by […]