Mine Action consultancy
Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor seeks a consultant to undertake specific tasks related editing, analysis and writing on landmine and cluster munition contamination and clearance for upcoming Cluster Munition Monitor 2015
and Landmine Monitor 2015
publications. Details available online (pdf
). Interested individuals should apply by 8 May.
Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor also has an opening for an intern (pdf
), working virtually or possibly in Washington DC, to help prepare for our yearly photo search and proofreading review of Monitor products.
Welcome new editors
This year, there are some exciting changes within the Monitor editorial and leadership team. With Megan Burke leaving the Casualties and Victim Assistance Team
to become ICBL-CMC director, team leader Loren Persi has brought on board a number of accomplished new editors, including Erin Hun
t and Michael Moore
, while Clémence Caraux-Pelletan has remained with the team. Marion Loddo
will take the lead in support for mine action
findings, continuing work she did last year as a researcher.
In the Monitoring and Research Committee
(MRC), Richard MacCormac
of DanChurchAid has joined, bringing mine action expertise as Atle Karlsen and Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) have decided to take on other priorities. Amelie Chayer
has joined bringing expertise from the ICBL-CMC core staff, replacing Tamar Gabelnik. Megan Burke
has replaced Sylvie Brigot-Vilain as an ex officio
See our “Experts” page online
for more details.
Follow blog and partner organizations - new uses of cluster munitions and landmines
Monitor partner organization Human Rights Watch
and members of the Mine Ban Policy team have been tracking closely new uses of cluster munitions and/or landmines in Sudan
, and ongoing use in Syria, via new reports and blog