The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) is a global civil society coalition of hundreds of organizations working for a world without antipersonnel landmines, where the suffering cause by these weapons has ended, and where the rights of victims are upheld and realized.

The ICBL's strategic plan is joint with the Cluster Munition Coalition's. Our joint strategic priorities until the end of 2021 are the following.

Goal #1. No more use of cluster munitions or antipersonnel landmines

Objective 1a) At least 130 States Parties to the Convention on Cluster Munitions by 2020

Objective 1b) Strengthened norm against cluster munitions and landmines

Goal #2. Decrease in land contaminated by cluster munitions or landmines

Objective 2a) Convention on Cluster Munitions States Parties complete clearance as soon as possible, by their respective Article 4 deadlines

Objective 2b) Mine Ban Treaty States Parties complete clearance as soon as possible, by their respective Article 5 deadlines or by 2025 at the latest

Objective 2c) Sufficient national and international funding for landmine and cluster munition clearance

Goal #3. Measurable progress in the quality of life for victims of mines and cluster munitions

Objective 3a) States Parties act to address the needs of victims and other people with similar needs as a matter of national priority

Objective 3b) Increase in the meaningful and sustained participation of victims in decision-making at the international and national levels

Objective 3c) Sufficient funding to meet treaty commitments and obligations towards landmine and cluster munition victims

Download the full version of the plan in English, en français & en español in pdf.