Sign the petition
against the bombing
Mosul, Aleppo, Raqqa, Donetsk, since 2016, these cities have become the symbol of the most total disregard for civilian life. Massive and disproportionate bombings, shelling in the heart of cities when explosive weapons are used in urban areas, 90% of the victims are civilians! Mortars, grad rockets, barrel bombs, the most destructive explosive weapons have no place in cities.
Today, we are in the final stretch towards the adoption of an international agreement against bombing in populated areas. On November 18, states from around the world are expected in Dublin to adopt the agreement that commits them to impose limits on the use of explosive weapons in populated areas to prevent harm to civilians. States will also commit to assisting victims and dealing with the long-term consequences of damage and destruction of civilian infrastructure.
Many states, including Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States have already expressed their intention to endorse the declaration, with the exception of Canada.
HI needs your help to change Canada's position and get the agreement passed and implemented.
JOIN OUR CAMPAIGN AND SIGN THE PETITION!
THE MORE WE ARE, THE LOUDER OUR VOICES WILL BE IN CANADA!
We expect Canada to make a strong commitment to :
Stopping the use of high-impact explosive weapons in populated areas
Publicly condemn bombings in urban areas
Helping victims and supporting demining of bombed areas
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