Treaty status

The Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) was adopted in May 2008, opened for signature in December 2008 and entered into force 1 August 2010. To date 113 countries have joined the convention, of which 84 are States Parties, and the remaining 29 states are signatories and have yet to ratify the convention. See the map below, and the links at the bottom of this page, to see which countries are on board this life-saving treaty.

Country Status
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Sources
Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor
and ongoing public updates

Since the Convention entered into force in August 2010, it is no longer open for signature and states can no longer sign and then ratify. States must now become bound through the process of “accession” which has the same effect as ratification. For all states that subsequently accede to or ratify the Convention, it enters into force on the first day of the sixth month after their ratification or accession.

The CMC urges as many states as possible to accede to or ratify the convention and promote its norms.

The above map shows States Parties, signatories, and non-signatories to the convenion.

Alternatively, download the following documents for a list of:

The map also shows countries with cluster munition stockpiles, contamination and casualties.