Letter to President Biden - Time to Act on the U.S. Landmine Policy is Now

On January 31, 2022 -- the second anniversary of the current U.S. landmine policy, enacted by the Trump administration in 2020 and still unchanged by the Biden administration -- the campaign sent a letter to the President, signed by 37 organizations, saying "Two years of this reckless and immoral policy is two years too long. We urge immediate action to ban the use of anti-personnel landmines without geographic exceptions, and to set the U.S. on a short direct path to join the Mine Ban Treaty by 2023."

Letter to President Biden

In a letter to President Biden, the USCBL-USCMC and allies strongly encourages him to adopt a policy that sets the United States on course not just to “curtail the use of landmines,” but to ban their use, production, acquisition, and transfer and to swiftly accede to the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty.

Statement on the 22nd Anniversary of Mine Ban Treaty Entering into Force

On the 22nd Anniversary of the Mine Ban Treaty entering into force, the U.S. Campaign to Ban Landmines - U.S. Cluster Munition Coalition (USCBL-CMC) urges the United States to take immediate action to accede to the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty. 

In recognition of the indiscriminate dangers landmines pose to civilians and U.S. service members alike, the USCBL-CMC…