10 years later, Lebanon’s legacy of landmine and cluster munition contamination is still affecting the lives of the Lebanese people.
24.03.2017 | Hassan Hamzeh , Rachana Atmeh
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Aliyah Hussein and the 25 family members sheltering with her in Mosul's western Mahatta neighborhood are surviving by picking wild greens growing in a park near their home. Hussein mixes the vegetables with small amounts of rice and tomato paste to make a thin soup that is often her family's...
Although land mines create a lot of misery, for Christian Ruge, Head of Policy at Norwegian People's Aid, every day is a good day: "We have people out in the former war areas clearing explosives that otherwise would have injured or killed civilians, kids playing or farmers digging up their soil", says Ruge in this interview with Australian broadcaster SBS.
NPA has been working to protect civilians against mines and other explosive weapons for 25 years. Last year we cleared around 8,000 mines and thousands of explosive remnants of war in 21 countries. #togetheragainstmines
04.04.2017 | Norwegian People's Aid
Yesterday, Thea Katrin Mjelstad from Norwegian People's Aid Solidarity Youth delivered a statement yesterday on behalf of International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) at the historic UN negotiations on a treaty to ban nuclear weapons!
"We must fill the legal gap completely. We must ban these weapons categorically. This will be essential if we are to establish an effective global norm and powerful stigma against these horrific weapons," she said.
30.03.2017 | Norwegian People's Aid
"The Arthur Svensson prize is a strong symbol of international solidarity with the movement and will contribute to the strengthening of CSAAWU’s organizational abilities and efforts"