• Cluster Munition Use in Ukraine

    Cluster munition use in Ukraine by Russian and Ukrainian forces since 2014 has been widely documented including most recently during the 2022 conflict. Find out more here and read our statements condemning all use and calling on all states to get onboard the Convention on Cluster Munitions NOW!

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  • ICBL-CMC Calls on All Parties to End Cluster Munitions Use in Ukraine and Respect Global Ban on the Weapon

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  • Guiding Principles for Victim Assistance

    See ICBL-CMC's recently updated Guiding Principles on Victim Assistance

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The Cluster Munition Coalition is an international civil society campaign working to eradicate cluster munitions, prevent further casualties from these weapons, and put an end to the suffering they cause.

News

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  • 21 April 2022

    ICBL-CMC Calls on All Parties to End Cluster Munitions Use in Ukraine and Respect Global Ban on the Weapon Read more

  • 04 April 2022

    30 Years of Civil Society Mine Action Read more

  • 15 March 2022

    ICBL-CMC Outrage at Russia Targeting of Civilians and Ongoing Cluster Bomb Use; States Must Condemn Use and Join International Ban Treaty Read more

Events calendar

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  • 03 December 2018

    International Day of Persons with Disabilities Read more

  • 03 December 2018

    10th Anniversary of the Convention on Cluster Munitions Read more

  • 19 November 2018

    Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons: Meeting of High Contracting Parties on Protocol V, APII, & CCW Read more

We are CMC

Meet some of the CMC campaigners from around the world, who are dedicated in their work to help rid the world of cluster munitions. Visit website

OUR RESEARCH

Monitor is the research and monitoring arm of ICBL-CMC, providing the latest information on the problem of landmines, cluster munitions, and other ERW. Visit website

DISINVESTMENT CAMPAIGN

Stop Explosive Investments is a sub-campaign of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC) tackling investment in the production of cluster munitions. Visit website