Cluster Munition Monitor 2015 available, additional resources
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Cluster Munition Monitor 2015

Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor

Cover - Cluster Munition Monitor 2015
Briefing today (7 September) for delegates to First Review Conference - Convention on Cluster Munitions
Highlighting findings of Cluster Munitions Monitor 2015 in Dubrovnik, Croatia (details).
Cluster Munition Monitor 2015 launched
The 2015 edition of Cluster Munition Monitor successfully launched 3 September with a press briefing at the United Nations in Geneva. Monitor launchTo mark the First Review Conference of the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions, the report reviews developments in the period since the convention entered into force on 1 August 2010. It also looks at activities in 2014 and the first half of 2015. (pictured l-r, Loren Persi, Mary Wareham, Jarmo Sareva [UNIDIR-host], Amelie Chayer)

In the media
Monitor findings were widely reported by the media, including Deutsche Welle, EFE (Spanish), Reuters, The New York Times, and many others.
Special Reports and Factsheets - June 2015

Examining rights issues as well rising global displacement, the Casualties and Victim Assistance team released three separate briefing papers:
  • Victim Assistance and CRPD Article 11: Situations of risk and humanitarian emergencies - 25 June
  • Victim Assistance and Widowhood – 23 June
  • Landmines/ERW, Refugees, and Displacement  - 20 June
To aid intersessional and review conference preparatory meetings taking place the week of 22-26 June, the Ban Policy team published two factsheets:
  • Convention on Cluster Munitions Transparency Reporting (Article 7)
  • Mine Ban Treaty Transparency Reporting (Article 7)

Additional resources


Visit online country profiles on multiple thematic issues (html and print), and download special 5-year review of cluster munition ban policy country profiles (pdf).


Status of the Convention

Stockpiles & Destruction


Use: 2014-2015




See cluster munition clearance infographic, interactive timeline of use, and more.


Major Findings and press release available in French, Spanish and Arabic (see translations).


26 November - Landmine Monitor 2015 to launch in Geneva.

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