LANDMINE AND CLUSTER MUNITIONS MONITOR

DE FACTO MONITORING OF THE MINE BAN TREATY AND CONVENTION ON CLUSTER MUNITIONS

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 produces several research products including the annual Landmine Monitor and Cluster Munition Monitor reports, online country profile reports, as well as fact sheets and maps.

Landmine Monitor 2021

To be launched on 10 November 2021, the 23rd edition of the Landmine Monitor focuses on calendar year 2020, with information included up to October 2021 when possible.

The 23nd annual Landmine Monitor report provides a global overview of efforts to universalize and fully implement the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty, ensure clearance of mine contaminated areas, deliver risk education to affected communities, and assist victims of these weapons.

More generally, the report assesses the international community’s response to the global landmine situation, focusing on calendar year 2020 with information included up to October 2021. It covers mine ban policy, use, production, trade, and stockpiling globally; contains information on developments and challenges in assessing and addressing the impact of mine contamination and casualties through clearance, risk education, and victim assistance; and documents global trends in support for mine action.

Chapters on developments in specific countries and other areas are available in online Country Profiles, found here.

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Cluster Munition Monitor 2021

Launched on 15 September 2021, this report focuses on calendar year 2020, with some information updated into August 2021 where possible.
This is the 12th annual Cluster Munition Monitor report. 

http://www.the-monitor.org/en-gb/reports/2021/cluster-munition-monitor-2021.aspx

Cluster Munition Monitor 2021 covers cluster munition ban policy, use, production, transfers, and stockpiling globally, and also contains information on the impact of cluster munition contamination and casualties, as well as developments and challenges in addressing such impact through clearance, risk education and victim assistance.

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Landmine Monitor 2019

Published on 21 November 2019, this report contains a 20-year review while focusing on calendar year 2018, with information included up to November 2019 when possible.
Published: 21 November 2019

This is the 21th annual Landmine Monitor Report. It is the sister publication to the Cluster Munition Monitor Report, first published in November 2010. Landmine Monitor 2019 provides a global overview of efforts over the past 20 years, and up to November 2019 where possible, to implement and universalize the Mine Ban Treaty. Chapters on developments in specific countries and other areas are available in online Country Profiles, found here.

Landmine Monitor covers mine ban policy, use, production, trade, and stockpiling in every country in the world, and also includes information on contamination, clearance, casualties, victim assistance, and support for mine action. Including a 20-year review, the reporting period covered in this report is calendar year 2018, with information included up to November 2019 when possible.

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Cluster Munition Monitor 2019

Released 29 August 2019, this report focuses on calendar year 2018, with some information updated into August 2019 where possible.
Published 29 August 2019

This is the tenth annual Cluster Munition Monitor report. It is the sister publication to the Landmine Monitor report, which has been issued annually since 1999.

Using the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions as its principal frame of reference, the report covers global trends in ban policy and practice, contamination and clearance, cluster munition casualties, and efforts to guarantee the rights and meet the needs of cluster munition victims. Profiles published online provide additional country-specific findings on these topics. Thematic maps are also published in the report and available online.

The report focuses on calendar year 2018 with some information updated into August 2019 where possible.

Cluster Munition Monitor 2019

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Released 30 August 2018, this report focuses on calendar year 2017, with some information updated into August 2018 where possible.
Report released 30 August 2018This is the ninth annual Cluster Munition Monitor report. It is the sister publication to the Landmine Monitor report, which has been issued annually since 1999.

Using the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions as its principal frame of reference, the report covers global trends in ban policy and practice, survey and clearance of cluster munition remnants, cluster munition casualties, and efforts to guarantee the rights and meet the needs of cluster munition victims. Profiles published online provide additional country-specific findings on these topics. Thematic maps will also published in the report and available online.

The report focuses on calendar year 2017 with some information updated into August 2018 where possible.

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