Mines Action Canada

Founding Year: 1997

Staff: 3

Budget:

Paul Hannon (Executive Director)

They work to eliminate the serious humanitarian, environmental and development consequences of indiscriminate weapons“; alleviating the “impact that these weapons have on the rights, dignity and well-being of civilian populations.”  They do this by “engaging the public; supporting domestic and international partners; researching and monitoring the performance and compliance levels of disarmament and humanitarian laws; and by developing and disseminating resources.”

 

Mines Action Canada contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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