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For over 40 years cluster bombs have killed and injured civilians during and after conflict.


7th Meeting of States Parties condemns use of cluster munitions, South Sudan joins treaty

Posted: 07 September 2017

States Parties condemn all use of cluster munitions. Good news from South Sudan, which will accede to the Convention.

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Peru: financing of cluster munition producers is prohibited under the Convention on Cluster Munitions

Posted: 05 September 2017

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Update: Tokio launch 2017 update 'Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions' report

Posted: 02 June 2017

On Tuesday May 23, the 2017 update of the report ‘Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions’ was launched in Tokyo (Japan) with a press conference. The CMC, PAX, and the Japanese Campaign to Ban Landmines (JCBL) also met with representatives of members of the Japanese Parliament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government Pension Investment Fund to exchange on the findings of the report.

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2017 Explosive Investment report released in Tokyo

Posted: 23 May 2017

Campaigners call for a ban on Explosive Investments

Global funding in banned cluster bombs on the rise - US largest share but Asia increasing worryingly

On 23 May 2017, CMC member organisation PAX (Netherlands) publishes the eighth update of the report 'Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions: A shared responsibility'.

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Billions $ invested in producers of globally banned cluster bombs

Posted: 23 May 2017


(Tokyo, 23 May 2017) – While 119 nations have joined the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions to rid the world of cluster munitions, in the past four years, 166 financial institutions invested US$31 billion in companies that produce cluster munitions. Investing in cluster munitions is morally unacceptable with devastating consequences when these weapons are used among civilians. Yet, financial institutions turn a blind eye and continue investing in companies that produce them. The Cluster Munition Coalition urges all financial institutions to stop investing in producers of cluster munitions.

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