Build Civil Society
Your gift will fund one day of a four-day mine action training for a Canadian Young Professional before deployment to an under-resourced campaign or mine action organization partner in a mine-affected country. Young Professionals will volunteer as interns with partners for 5-6 months as a means to help support local activities - whether its providing support to landmine survivors; providing mine risk education; documenting the...
One field visit
A field visit to a mine-affected area helps the Landmine Monitor continue to be the definitive source in verifying that stockpiled mines have been destroyed; confirming reports of new mine victims and the documentation of suspected mine-affected communities to accurately reflect the progress and problems of efforts to rid the world of landmines.
Train An Advocate
Youth mine training
This gift will help sponsor the costs of having an aspiring young social justice leader participate in an international youth capacity building symposium, a Youth Model Review Conference on the Mine Ban Treaty alongside the annual Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty in Amman, Jordan in November 2007. Youth delegates will get an opportunity to learn about and represent a State or international organization....
One hour of activism
Your gift funds an hour of an activist's time to lobby decision makers in Canada and around the world to have policies that are consistent with preventing the needless humanitarian suffering caused by victim-activated weapons.
This gift will provide one hour of a researcher's time monitoring compliance with the Mine Ban Treaty. Information gathered will appear in the next issue of the Landmine Monitor Report. Our 71 humanitarian researchers are located in 62 countries around the world.