Take action to help ban U.S. cluster munitions now and address contamination

There are any number of actions that you can take to address the humanitarian harm caused by cluster munitions and support the ban on these weapons. For example:

  1. Learn more by reading about the problem and Convention on Clister Munitions as well as the international civil society campaign the Cluster Munition Coalition and its Cluster Munition Monitor reporting initiative. CMC chair Human Rights Watch also produces regular research into new use of cluster munitions, while the International Committee of the Red Cross has case studies on civilian harm and other useful information.
  2. Watch films by the Cluster Munition Coalition and others, such as this animation.
  3. Follow us on social media. We're on Twitter at @NoClusterBombsDownload an avatar and change your profile picture to support the campaign. Follow the Cluster Munition Coalition on FacebookFlickr, and YouTube.
  4. Donate to organizations working to clear cluster munition remnants and assist victims including our members Handicap International U.S. and Legacies of War. Make a contribution to Human Rights Watch, chairing of the Cluster Munition Coalition U.S.