Cluster Munition Monitor
The Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is the research arm of the ICBL-CMC.
It provides the most up-to-date and relevant information on, and assessment of, the international community’s response to the problems caused by cluster munitions, landmines, and other explosive remnants of war.
Annual reports by the Cluster Munition Monitor present annual data on the use, stockpiling, production and transfer of cluster munitions, as well as the universalization of the Convention on Cluster Munitions. They reviewthe scale of contamination and the clearance of cluster munition remnants in all affected states, and assesses support for survivors of cluster munition explosions. They include the world's most comprehensive data set on casualties from cluster munitions, ensuring that as much information as possible is captured in order to tell the true story of the unacceptable impact of these weapons.
Detailed country profiles include disaggregated national data on all aspects of the cluster munition issue in all of the world's countries plus four not internationally recognized areas.
The Cluster Munition Monitor also publishes factsheets, infographics and maps. It is renowned for its independent and impartial reporting, and its researchers and editors are internationally recognized and unbiased experts.