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Western Sahara: The Polisario Front commits to ban anti-personnel mines

3 November 2005

Western Sahara: The Polisario Front Commits to Ban Anti-personnel Mines Geneva - 3 November 2005 The Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el Hamra and Rio de Oro (Polisario Front) today commits to a total ban on... read more

Sahara Occidental: Le Front Polisario s’engage à interdire les mines antipersonnel [French]

3 November 2005

Communiqué de presse  Sahara Occidental: Le Front Polisario s’engage à interdire les mines antipersonnel Genève - 3 Novembre 2005 Le Front Populaire de Libération de Saguia el-Hamra et du Rio de Oro (Front... read more

Tragic Death of John Garang – Sudan

2 August 2005

Tragic Death of John Garang (Sudan) Geneva - 2 August 2005 Geneva Call extends its heartfelt condolences to the family of the Sudanese Vice-President John Garang, Chairman of the SPLM/A, and especially to his spouse... read more

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“1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005” – Recognition for all the women involved in promoting peace and human dignity

29 June 2005

1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005 Recognition for All the Women Involved in Promoting Peace and Human Dignity On 29 June 2005, the names of 1000 women from more than 150 countries were put forward as a joint... read more

Geneva Call’s mission in disputed Western Sahara: new progress in the fight against landmines

15 June 2005

Geneva Call’s Mission in Disputed Western Sahara: New Progress in the Fight against Landmines 15 June 2005 The President of the “Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic” and Secretary General of the Polisario Front,... read more

African States commend the work of Geneva Call and acknowledge the importance of engaging armed Non-State Actors in a landmine ban

26 April 2005

African States commend the work of Geneva Call and acknowledge the importance of engaging armed Non-State Actors in a landmine ban Geneva - 26 April 2005 Geneva Call had the honour of presenting its mission and... read more

Three children died in Colombia

21 February 2005

Three Children Died in Colombia 21 February 2005 William, John Jairo and Javier (aged 5, 8 and 9) died in Colombia on February 13th last in the Department of Meta, due to the explosion of an antipersonnel mine. All of... read more

Colombia: a first humanitarian mine-clearance project, a chance for the civilian population, a chance for hopes of peace

1 January 2005

Colombian Guerrilla A First Humanitarian Mine-Clearance Project, a Chance for the Civilian Population, a Chance for Hopes of Peace! January 2005 After many months of negotiation, Geneva Call has just received a... read more

Colombia: primer proyecto de desminado humanitario, una oportunidad para la población civil, una oportunidad para las esperanzas de paz [Spanish]

1 January 2005

Guerrilla Colombiana primer proyecto de desminado humanitario, ¡una oportunidad para la población civil, una oportunidad para las esperanzas de paz! Después de largos meses de negociaciones, el Llamamiento de... read more

Colombia: premier projet de déminage humanitaire, une chance pour la population civile, une chance pour les espoirs de paix [French]

1 January 2005

Guerilla Colombienne premier projet de déminage humanitaire, une chance pour la population civile, une chance pour les espoirs de paix! Après de longs mois de négociations, l’Appel de Genève vient de recevoir... read more