CMC member organisations in more than 100 countries are the heart of the campaign and the driving force behind the successful ban on cluster munitions.
Let's get the world behind this lifesaving treaty!
- Find out whether your country has joined the Convention on Cluster Munitions on our Treaty Status Page.
- Contact our Campaign and Communications Manager Firoz Alizada for support and advice on your campaign work.
- Download the campaign toolkit for inspiration and ideas from CMC campaigners around the world.
- Vist our resources page for videos, photos and documents to support your activities.
- The Fifth Meeting of State Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions took place from 2-5 September 2014 in San Jose, Costa Rica. Take a look at the webpage for information from the latest Treaty meeting.
Take action on cluster munition use
Continued global outrage following incidents of use is crucial to maintain strong stigmatisation of cluster munitions and to help prevent further use. It was the global outrage at use of the weapon in Lebanon (and other countries) that secured the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions.
Contact your Ministry of Foreign Affairs and ask that your government publicly condemns the use of cluster munitions. Such condemnations or expressions of concern can be made in online statements, at the Intersessional Meetings, or at Meetings of States Parties. Governments should also use bilateral dialogue to call on users to renounce the weapon.