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Introduction

Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is an initiative providing research for the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) and the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC). It is the de facto monitoring regime for the Mine Ban Treaty and the Convention on Cluster Munitions. Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor produces several research products including the annual Landmine Monitor and Cluster Munition Monitor reports, online country profile reports, as well as factsheets and maps. All Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor research products are available as a free online resource.

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Recent Publications
Cluster Munition Monitor Report 2014
Cluster Munition Monitor 2014 is the fifth annual Cluster Munition Monitor report. The 62-page report provides a global overview of efforts to eliminate cluster munitions with a focus on developments in 2013 and the first half of 2014. It covers global developments in ban policy, survey and clearance of cluster munition remnants, and casualties and victim assistance. Country-specific information on ban policy issues in every country and other areas in the world are available in online Country Profiles.
Mine Ban Treaty Third Review Conference
Landmine Monitor's special reports and infographics track 15 years of progress in universalizing the ban on landmines, clearing contaminated lands, reducing casualties, meeting the needs of victims and survivors, and more.
Landmine Monitor Report 2014
Landmine Monitor 2014 is the 16th annual Landmine Monitor report. The 61-page report provides a global overview of developments in mine ban policy, contamination, clearance, casualties, victim assistance, and support for mine action.
Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor Updates
Sudan: Cluster Bombs Used in Nuba Mountains- HRW
Published on: 16/04/2015
Evidence indicates that Sudan dropped cluster bombs on civilian areas of Southern Kordofan’s Nuba Mountains in February and March 2015, Human Rights Watch said today. For more information, read re... more »
New Evidence of Cluster Munition Use in Libya - HRW
Published on: 15/03/2015
There is credible evidence of the use of banned cluster bombs in at least two locations in Libya since December 2014, reports Human Rights Watch.For more information, read report here. more »