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  • Deadly Landmines Bring Terror To Millions In Myanmar
  • March 2016 - Press coverage
    An estimated 5 million people in the country live in areas littered with thehidden indiscriminate weapons.
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  • Annual Report 2014
  • May 2015 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2014.
  • Burma-Myanmar - Pa-Oh National Liberation Army (PNLA) - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • November 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Pa-Oh National Liberation Army (PNLA) signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 17 November 2014.
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  • Thomson Reuters Foundation - How do you convince rebel groups to abide by laws on sexual violence?
  • June 2014 - Press coverage

    While covering the London summit on ending sexual violence in conflict, I came across one thing you wouldn’t normally pick up at work: A booklet used to train rebel fighters on the dos and don’ts of sexual violence in conflict.

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  • Annual Report 2013
  • June 2014 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2013.
  • CNF-CNA 2 deeds signature - Press release (Burmese)
  • March 2014 - Other
    Burmese armed group commits to child protection and the prohibition of sexual violence On 19 March 2014 in Geneva, representatives from the Burma/Myanmar armed non-State actor -  the Chin National Front (CNF) and its armed wing the Chin National Army (CNA) - signed Geneva Call’s Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict and the Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence in armed conflict and against gender discrimination.
  • Burma Myanmar - CNF - CNA - Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • March 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Chin National Front / Chin National Army - North signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination on 19 March 2014.
  • Burma Myanmar - CNF - CNA - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • March 2014 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Chin National Front / Chin National Army signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 19 March 2014.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - KNU-KNLA - Prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination
  • July 2013 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Karen National Union/Karen National Liberation Army (KNU/KNLA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment prohibiting sexual violence and gender discrimination on 21 July 2013.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - KNU-KNLA - Protecting children in armed conflict
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    The Karen National Union/Karen National Liberation Army (KNU/KNLA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 21 July 2013.
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  • Annual Report 2012
  • June 2013 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call’s activities between January and December 2012.
  • The Irrawaddy - Ethnic Armed Groups Agree Not to Use Child Soldiers
  • November 2012 - Press coverage
    The Karenni National Progressive Party and th New Mon State Party have signed an agreement with Swiss NGO Geneva Call to stop using child soldiers, according to a report by the Phophtaw news agency.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - NMSP-MNLA - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • August 2012 - Deeds of Commitment
    The New Mon State Party/Mon National Liberation Army (NMSP/MNLA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict  on 2 August 2012.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - KNPP-KA - Protecting children in armed conflict
  • August 2012 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Karenni National Progressive Party/Karenni Army (KNPP/KA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment protecting children in armed conflict on 2 August 2012.
  • One-World - Myanmar groups commit to mines ban
  • April 2007 - Press coverage
    Three ethnic armed groups from Burma/Myanmar commit to a ban on anti-personnel mines.
  • IRIN - MYANMAR: Demining moves a step closer
  • April 2007 - Press coverage
    A major Norwegian demining NGO says it is ready to begin mine-clearing in southeastern Myanmar once it receives a green light. “As soon as we get the go-ahead from both the government and relevant ethnic groups, we can start doing a survey, and then clearance,” Andreas Indregard, country director for NGO Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) in Myanmar, told IRIN. “From our side, we’re ready to act.”
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  • Burma-Myanmar - PPLO-PPLA - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • April 2007 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Pa’O Peoples’ Liberation Organisation/Pa’O Peoples’ Liberation Army (PPLO/PPLA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 16 April 2007.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - PSLF - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • April 2007 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Palaung State Liberation Front (PSLF) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 16 April 2007.
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  • Burma-Myanmar - LDF - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • April 2007 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Lahu Democratic Front (LDF) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 16 April 2007.
  • Press Trust of India - Rebel group not to use landmines against junta
  • August 2006 - Press coverage
    Leaders of a Myanmar rebel movement fighting the country's military junta will stop using landmines in their insurgency, a small, Geneva-based group announced on Thursday in disclosing the latest militant group to sign on to its campaign against targeting civilians in war zones.
  • Burma-Myanmar - CNF-CNA - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • July 2006 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Chin National Front/Army (CNF/CNA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 31 July 2006.
  • Burma-Myanmar - NUPA - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • October 2003 - Deeds of Commitment
    The National Unity Party of Arakan/Arakan Army (NUPA) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 17 October 2003.
  • Burma-Myanmar - ARNO - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • October 2003 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Arakan Rohingya National Organisation/Rohingya National Army (ARNO) from Burma/Myanmar signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 17 October 2003.
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