AUSTRALIAN NETWORK TO BAN LANDMINES AND CLUSTER MUNITIONS    Unless otherwise specified all photographs are courtesy of John Rodsted Who We Are The network works towards: Universalisation of the Mine Ban Treaty and the Convention on Cluster Munitions Funding and resources for land clearance and landmine and cluster munition awareness programs Funding and resources for landmine and cluster munition survivors. The ANBLC also liaises with the international landmine and cluster munitions campaigns to ensure strong and unequivocal messages around the world. The Australian Network to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions (ANBLC) is a non-profit, non-political organisation with no paid staff. The ANBLC is a member of the Cluster Munition Coalition Australia. What We Stand For How We Work The national committee of the Australian  Network to Ban Landmines and Cluster Munitions meets once a month by teleconference and once a year for two day residential conference to plan campaign actions for the year ahead. We also undertake a lot of our day to day communication by email. The minutes of our October 2011 AGM are available here. How We Communicate We produce a quarterly newsletter with news and details of campaign actions. The newsletter is called the Memorandum and is available for members and supporters alike. Email addresses are  also published on this site if you wish to communicate with us.   Landmines and Cluster Munitions cause horrific injuries. Join us in our campaign to rid the world of these horrific weapons.