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Publication Date

12-3-2008

Keywords

Convention on Cluster Munitions, CCM, bans, use, production, transfer and stockpiling of cluster munitions, Cluster munitions, clearance, contaminated, 2008, risk reduction education, assistance, survivors, advocacy and international law

Abstract

The Convention on Cluster Munitions bans all use, production, transfer and stockpiling of cluster munitions. Cluster munitions do not distinguish between civilians and combatants and can leave behind unexploded ordnance which can harm civilians and be detrimental to economic and social development for decades after use. The Convention aids in clearance of contaminated areas in order to prevent future disasters. It also provides risk reduction education and establishes a framework for cooperation and assistance for survivors.

Opened for Signature: 3 December 2008

CCM signers.pdf (278 kB)
Countries that have signed the CCM

Cluster Munitions at a Glance | Arms Control Association.pdf (170 kB)
Cluster Munitions at a Glance

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