Landmine Monitor Report 2000: Toward a Mine-free World

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Human Rights Watch, 2000 - 1115 pages
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Contents

Holy See
655
Hungary
656
Iceland
662
Ireland
663
Italy
665
Liechtenstein
681
Luxembourg
682
Macedonia Former Yugoslav Republic of
684
Monaca
687
Norway
695
Portugal
705
San Marino
708
Slovak Republic
709
Slovenia
712
Spain
720
Sweden
724
Switzerland
732
Tajikistan
738
Turkmenistan
741
United Kingdom
742
Signatories
759
Greece
763
Lithuania
768
Malta
772
Poland
776
Romania
778
Ukraine
782
NonSignatories
789
Azerbaijan
796
Belarus
801
Estonia
808
Finland
810
Geogia
819
Kazakhstan
824
Kyrgyzstan
826
Latvia
827
Russia
831
Turkey
844
Uzbekistan
849
Yugoslavia
851
Other
856
Chechnya
862
Kosovo
872
NagornyKarabakh
890
MIDDLE EASTNORTH AFRICA
893
Qatar
899
Tunisia
900
Yemen
901
Signatories
913
NonSignatories
916
Iran
926
Iraq
929
Israel
930
Kuwait
937
Lebanon
941
Libya
948
Morocco
952
Oman
954
Saudi Arabia
955
Syria
956
United Arab Emirates
958
Other
959
Northern Iraq Iraqi Kurdistan
963
Palestine
971
Western Sahara
974
International Campain to Ban Landmines
977
Treaty Working Group
980
Mine Action Working Group
983
Working Group on Victim Assistance
985
NonState Actors Working Group
987
Ethics and Justice Working Group Reports
991
APPENDICES
994
Government of Australia
995
Government of Belgium
998
Government of Canada
1000
Government of Denmark
1003
Government of Japan
1009
United Nations Develpment Programme
1011
United Nations Childrens Fund UNICEF
1015
United Nations Mine Action Services
1023
United Nations Office for Project Services
1031
World Health Organization
1034
European Community
1039
Organization of American States
1043
International Committee of the Red Cross
1048
Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining
1055
Survey Action Center
1059
Converting Landmine Factories to Civilian Production
1067
Environmental Aspects of the Landmines Crisis
1068
Injuries That Occur in Humanitarian Demining
1070
Landmine Victim Assistance Responsibilities of States Parties
1074
Producer Liability
1077
The United Nations Role in Implementing the Compliance Aspects of the Ottawa Convention
1078
Antivehicle Mines with Antipersonell Effects
1085
Cluster Munitions
1086
Mine Action Programmes from a DevelopmentOriented Point of View
1087
Convention on the Prohibition of the Use Stockpiling Production and Transfer of Anti Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction
1097
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Page 4 - A State is obliged to refrain from acts which would defeat the object and purpose of a treaty when: a.
Page 2014 - UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNICEF United Nations (International) Children's...
Page 244 - Canadians, in operations, exercises or other military activity conducted in combination with the armed forces of States not party to the Convention which engage in activity prohibited under the Convention would not, by itself, be considered to be assistance, encouragement or inducement in accordance with the meaning of those terms in article 1 , paragraph I (c).
Page 91 - To assist, encourage or induce, in any way, anyone to engage in any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Convention.
Page 10 - Mines designed to be detonated by the presence, proximity or contact of a vehicle as opposed to a person, that are equipped with anti-handling devices, are not considered anti-personnel mines as a result of being so equipped. 2. 'Mine...
Page 3 - ... ratification, acceptance, approval or accession has been deposited. 2. For any State which deposits its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession after the date of the deposit of the 40th instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession...
Page 10 - Anti-handling device' means a device intended to protect a mine and which is part of, linked to, attached to or placed under the mine and which activates when an attempt is made to tamper with the mine. 15. 'Transfer...
Page 26 - Each State Party in a position to do so shall provide assistance for the care and rehabilitation, and social and economic reintegration, of mine victims and for mine awareness programs.
Page 15 - Each State Party shall take all appropriate legal, administrative and other measures, including the imposition of penal sanctions, to prevent and suppress any activity prohibited to a State Party under this Convention undertaken by persons or on territory under its jurisdiction or control.
Page 2003 - Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. The...

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