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Nonviolence International (NI) is a member of the following civil society campaigns:

The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), founded in 1992, urges countries to join the Mine Ban Treaty and live up to its obligations; the ICBL received the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize as a co-laureate for their work to achieve that treaty. http://www.icbl.org @minefreeworld

The Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), formed in 2003, works toward a world without cluster munitions, including by promoting universalization of and compliance with the Convention on Cluster Munitions. http://www.stopclustermunitions.org @banclusterbombs

Control Arms is a civil society coalition founded in 2003, advocates for universalization and implementation of the Arms Trade Treaty in order to establish strong international norms for arms transfer decision-making. https://controlarms.org @controlarms

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), which was launched in 2007 and received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, spotlights the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons and promotes the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons as it strives for the elimination of these arms. https://www.icanw.org/ @nuclearban

The International Network on Explosive Weapons (INEW) established in 2011, seeks to prevent the human suffering from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas through international and national actions, including negotiation of a new political declaration. http://www.inew.org/ @INEWexplosiveweapons

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, launched in 2013, calls for an international treaty that bans fully autonomous weapons and ensures that meaningful human control is maintained over the use of force. https://www.stopkillerrobots.org/ @bankillerrobots

The International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA) established in 2000, a global civil society movement against gun violence. https://www.iansa.org/ @IANSAnetwork

We endorse the following humanitarian disarmament and other efforts:

The Conflict and Environment Observatory (CEOBS), launched in 2018 as a successor to the Toxic Remnants of War Project, is committed to increasing awareness of the environmental and derived humanitarian consequences of armed conflicts and military activities. https://ceobs.org/ @detoxconflict

The Global Campaign on Military Spending was launched in December 2014, the International Peace Bureau (IPB) as a permanent, global, year-round campaign to tackle the worldwide issue of excessive military spending. It sponsors the Global Day of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) takes place every year in mid-April. https://demilitarize.org/ @demilitarizeday

Gender and Disarmament database was established by Reaching Critical Will in order to promote understanding and share information on the gendered impacts of the use and trade of weapons, gendered perspectives on disarmament and arms control and gender diversity in disarmament.
https://www.reachingcriticalwill.org/resources/publications-and-research/research-projects/10637-gender-and-disarmament @feministpeace

Armed Conflict & Civilian Protection Initiative of the Harvard Law School was established to increase public awareness of humanitarian disarmament while serving as a hub of information for practitioners in the field. https://humanitariandisarmament.org @Harvard_ACCPI

The European Forum on Armed Drones is a civil society network of organisations focused on the growing global use of armed drones. https://www.efadrones.org @efadrones