The View covers breaking news and media on the Cartagena Summit on a Mine-Free World.

From November 30th to December 4th, 2009, hundreds of international organizations will meet in Cartagena, Colombia to assess the impact of the 1997 Ottawa Treaty, a watershed agreement between states and nations to ban all anti-personnel mines.

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    Meet the Survivor Corps Cartagena Team: Albert Nzamukwereka

    My name is Albert, and it will be a great pleasure to meet all of you in Cartagena in November.

    I am the Country Program Coordinator of Survivor Corps in Rwanda (East Africa) and I have been working with SC since last year.  I am happy to be part of this amazing team. I’ve been involved in monitoring and advocacy of the Committee of the Cluster Munitions Coalition (CMC), the Mine Ban Treaty, and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL).

    I hope our meeting achieves its goals of ensuring the implementation of all related treaties.

    October 09, 2009, 1:55pm   Comments

    Meet the Survivor Corps Cartagena Team: Shireen Dabbas

    My name is Shireen, I work as the Regional Coordinator and Partnerships Manager at the Survivor Corps Middle East and North Africa office located in Amman, Jordan. I have been working with Survivor Corps/LSN since 2007 as a social worker.  I am very eager to participate in the summit and to be able to take a leading role in the region.

    October 09, 2009, 1:34pm   Comments