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Experts

Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is the knowledge leader on the landmines, cluster munitions, and explosive remnants issues in large part due to the strength of its global research network. The research network includes in-country researchers located in every region of the world, a diverse Editorial Team, and a Monitoring and Research Committee composed of leading human rights, advocacy and humanitarian organizations. Together, these experts contribute their knowledge of ban policy, mine action, and victim assistance to Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor’s vigorous research, editing and publication process.

Monitoring and Research Committee

Content produced by the Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor initiative is reviewed by a eight-member Monitoring and Research Committee (MRC) composed of:

MRC members review the content produced by the Monitor to ensure that all reporting measures up to Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor’s high standards. The Monitor Program Manager, under the ICBL-CMC, is responsible for the coordination and management of research, editing, and production of all Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor research products.

Program Staff

A small staff carries out the daily management of the initiative.

  • Jeff Abramson, Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor Program Manager (Washington, DC, USA)
  • Morgan McKenna, Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor Program Assistant (Geneva, Switzerland)
  • Alberto Serra, Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor Intern (Geneva, Switzerland)

Editorial Team

The Editorial Team conducts research, guides, and supports the work of in-country researchers, and conducts preliminary edits of report content.

Ban Policy

Mine Action and Support for Mine Action

Casualties and Victim Assistance

Country/Area Researchers

Researchers gather information on the ground in their country or area—information that in many cases could not be gathered remotely. These researchers are drawn from the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) and Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC)’s campaigning coalition and from other elements of civil society, including journalists, academics, and research institutions.

The Americas

  • Antigua and Barbuda: Hector Guerra
  • Argentina: Maria Pia Devoto
  • Bahamas: Hector Guerra
  • Barbados: Hector Guerra
  • Belize: Hector Guerra
  • Bolivia: Hector Guerra
  • Brazil: Gustavo Oliveira Vieira
  • Canada: Paul Hannon
  • Chile: Jasmin Espinoza Goecke, Alex Cardenas
  • Colombia: Camilo Ernesto Serna Villegas, Sandra Velasco
  • Costa Rica: Hector Guerra
  • Cuba: Hector Guerra
  • Dominica: Hector Guerra
  • Dominican Republic: Hector Guerra
  • Ecuador: Hector Guerra
  • El Salvador: Jesús Martínez
  • Grenada: Hector Guerra
  • Guatemala: Maria Eugenia Villareal
  • Guyana: Hector Guerra
  • Haiti: Hector Guerra
  • Honduras: Maria Eugenia Villareal
  • Jamaica: Hector Guerra
  • Mexico: Hector Guerra
  • Panama: Hector Guerra
  • Paraguay: Hector Guerra
  • Peru: Carlos Eduardo Luján Andrade
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis: Hector Guerra
  • Saint Lucia: Hector Guerra
  • Saint Vincent and Grenadines: Hector Guerra
  • Suriname: Hector Guerra
  • Trinidad and Tobago: Hector Guerra
  • United States: Mary Wareham

East and South Asia & the Pacific

  • Afghanistan: Rahmatullah Merzayee
  • Belarus: Iouri Zagoumennov
  • Cambodia: Denise Coghlan
  • India: Binalakshmi Nepram
  • Indonesia: Lars Stenger
  • Japan: Japan Campaign to Ban Landmines
  • Korea, South: John Kim
  • Lao PDR: Shushira Chonhenchob
  • Myanmar/Burma: Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan
  • Nepal: Purna Shova Chitrakar
  • Pakistan: Raza Shah Khan
  • Philippines: Jaymelyn Nikkie T. Uy
  • Sri Lanka: Vidya Abhayagunawardena
  • Thailand: Shushira Chonhenchob

Europe, the Caucasus & Central Asia

  • Belgium: Hildegarde Vansintjan
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Matthew Bolton, Amir Mujanovic
  • Croatia: Matthew Bolton, Marija Breber
  • Denmark: Rune Saugman
  • France: Camille Gosselin
  • Germany: Thomas Kuchenmeister
  • Kazakhstan: Iurie Pintea
  • Kyrgyzstan: Iurie Pintea
  • Luxembourg: Martin Lagneau
  • Moldova: Iurie Pintea
  • Montenegro: Jelena Vicentic
  • Morocco: Ayman Sorour, Marion Loddo
  • Netherlands: Suzanne Oosterwijk
  • Serbia: Jelena Vićentić
  • Sweden: Linda Åkerström
  • Switzerland: Petra Schroeter
  • Turkey: Muteber Öğreten
  • Turkmenistan: Iurie Pintea
  • United Kingdom: Richard Moyes
  • Uzbekistan: Iurie Pintea

Middle East & North Africa

  • Algeria: Ayman Sorour, Marion Loddo
  • Bahrain: Ayman Sorour
  • Egypt: Ayman Sorour
  • Iran: Vida Amirmokri
  • Libya: Ayman Sorour
  • Oman: Ayman Sorour
  • Palestine: Ayman Sorour
  • Qatar: Ayman Sorour
  • Saudi Arabia: Ayman Sorour
  • Tunisia: Ayman Sorour
  • United Arab Emirates: Ayman Sorour
  • Western Sahara: Marion Loddo, Gaici Nah Bachir
  • Yemen: Aisha Saeed Nalya Mohamed

Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Angola: Ania Kudarewska
  • Burundi: Marion Loddo
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of: Francky Miantuala, Marion Loddo
  • Ethiopia: Bekele Gonfa
  • Mauritania: Ayman Sorour, Marion Loddo
  • Niger: Marion Loddo
  • Senegal: Mamady Gassama, Marion Loddo
  • Somalia: Dahir Abdirahman
  • South Sudan: Geoffrey Duke
  • Uganda: Margaret Arach Orech