Feb 8, 2020
Erin Hunt works at Mines Action Canada, which works to promote compliance with the Landmines Treaty, which prohibits the use of bombs that indiscriminately explode by touch or proximity and which, therefore, can injure civilians or even cattle, often long after the war has ended. Erin tells Metta about the origins and effectiveness of that treaty and a related one banning cluster munitions.
https://youtu.be/U5JJ8_yPfSQ Feb. 10, 2020
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