Protecting civilians in armed conflict

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Results for: Philippines


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  • AR 2014
  • Annual Report 2014
  • May 2015 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2014.
  • AR
  • Annual Report 2013
  • June 2014 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call's activities between January and December 2013.
  • AR-2012-cover
  • Annual Report 2012
  • June 2013 - Annual reports
    This report provides a summary of all Geneva Call’s activities between January and December 2012.
  • MB.com.ph - Geneva body probes use of landmines
  • November 2009 - Press coverage
    A three-man body – led by Chris Rush – of the Geneva Call are in Mindanao and are presently investigating the Philippine government’s accusation that the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) allegedly used landmines in the Mindanao conflict, a violation of the global ban on the use of anti-personnel mines.
  • Luwaran.com - MILF welcomes Geneva Call mission
  • August 2009 - Press coverage
    The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) was delighted to say welcome to the upcoming verification mission of the Geneva Call on reported incidents of landmine explosions during the almost year-long period of clashes between the government and MILF forces since August last year.
  • Philippines - RPM-M - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • September 2003 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Revolutionary Workers’ Party of Mindanao (RPM-M) from Philippines signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 11 September 2003.
  • Philippines - RPM-P-RPA-ABB - Banning anti-personnel mines
  • September 2002 - Deeds of Commitment
    The Revolutionary Workers’ Party of the Philippines/Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPM-P/RPA-ABB) from Philippines signed Geneva Call's Deed of Commitment banning anti-personnel mines on 10 September 2002.
  • Tribune de Genève - Mines anti-personnel: des rebelles signent l'Appel de Genève
  • May 2002 - Press coverage
    Les rebelles du Front Moro islamique de libération (MILF), actif sur l'île de Mindanao aux Philippines, se sont engagés à ne plus faire usage des mines anti-personnel, a annoncé hier l'Appel de Genève.
  • IPS - Rebels agree to permit landmine monitoring (Thailand)
  • March 2002 - Press coverage
    A novel effort in the Philippines to get a rebel group to stop using landmines is being closely watched by activists, since it may serve as the model for an international push to get militant groups across the world to stop using these indiscriminate weapons.
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