Bombing civilians is not war, it's a crime!
Join the campaign today and help us reach ONE MILLION SIGNATURES.
Handicap Internatioanl Used on a massive scale in urban areas during recent armed conflicts, explosive weapons have killed and maimed thousands of civilians in countries including Syria, Iraq, Yemen, and Afghanistan.
The victims of the bomb attacks, civilians are forced to flee their home countries and head for refugee camps in neighbouring countries, or the coast of Europe.
After a 30-year campaign against anti-personnel landmines and cluster munitions which led to the Ottawa Mine Ban Convention (1997) and the Oslo Convention on Cluster Munitions (2008), Handicap International is now taking action to stop the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.