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This Drone Could Rid The World Of Landmines
The Mine Kafon Drone maps, detects and destroys landmines more quickly and safely than any existing technology.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
The Heart Of A Surgeon
SreyRam Kuy, MD
Surgeon, Researcher and Author
These Rats Are Heroes: for More Than One Reason!
Scientist, writer and actress (at times)
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Deadly Landmines Bring Terror To Millions In Myanmar
An estimated 5 million people in the country live in areas littered with the hidden indiscriminate weapons.
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Mission Close To Princess Diana's Heart Completed 18 Years After Death
It’s been nearly two decades since Princess Diana died, but her legacy continues to protect vulnerable people in need. Mozambique
Dozens Of Kenyan Police Officers Die In Al Shabaab Attacks
An Incredible Photo Series Captures The Cambodians Who Remove Unexploded Bombs
Hoshiyar Ali, Who Has Lost Both His Legs, Is Still Defusing Mines In Northern Iraq
Author and journalist
"As long as I still have my hands, I will not stop this work," he says, "not even for a moment."
Colombia: ICC Preliminary Examination Report and Peace Negotiations
Mariana Rodriguez Pareja
Human Rights Lawyer and Blogger
In December 2014, the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) published its annual Report on Preliminary Examination Activities. This report includes information on Colombia and Honduras, among others
Our Souls Turned Into Weapons
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Climate Change: Expect the Unexpected
Global Senior Gender Adviser of the International Union for th...
In the past few weeks, three different events/situations have kept me wondering about how climate change is impacting our lives in ways we cannot even imagine.
Honeybees Protecting Humanity
Dr. Reese Halter
Broadcaster & Biologist
Quite simply, humans cannot live without honeybees, yet these remarkably complex creatures can easily exist without our species. Currently, honeybees are dying by the tens of billions around the globe.
Taking Action to Ban Nuclear Weapons
Political Activist and Nobel Laureate
With decades of research behind us, we now know that there are long-term environmental, developmental and health consequences to nuclear weapons as well.
Mother & Child Plant PEACE in the Holy Land
Roots of Peace
Daniel Yuval, age 11, took a trip to Northern Israel to enjoy the rare sight of snow in Israel. Little did they know that a trip of joy would turn into a nightmare.
Footsteps of a Mother -- One Woman's Journey to Bring Peace to the Holy Land
Roots of Peace
I'm often asked what drives my work in the Middle East. I do it because I am a mother.
Raising Hope for Syrian Refugees in Jordan Through the World's Most Popular Sport
Merissa Khurma is a Jordanian strategic communications special...
Football (soccer); the world's most popular sport has found its way to the world's second largest refugee camp in Za'atari; providing at risk young Syrians with an enjoyable outlet and helping them cope with the hardship of displacement and the psychological trauma of conflict.
Remove a Mine, Change a Life -- Thu's Story
Roots of Peace
In the case of Thu, who lost both of his hands when his rake struck a bomb left over from the Vietnam War, just the act of moving his plow back and forth takes skill and concentration.
The War Against Landmines Goes On
APOPO uses existing demining technology as well as its innovative Mine Detection Rats (MDRs) to fulfill its mission of a mine free world.
What Does 83 Mean to You?
Roots of Peace
We're turning mines to vines that truly build roots of peace by making farmland usable again.
Number One... With a Bullet
Writer, filmmaker, co-founder of The Nobelity Project
While we debate our nation's role as the enforcers of the proper morality of war and weapons of mass destruction, it might serve us to remember that our commitments - and lack of commitments - to global peace greatly help shape our image and standing in the world.
Media Move On -- But Mali's Misery Remains
Print, broadcasting & web journalist; Author, 'The Media B...
The emergency that recently drew the world's eyes to Mali, that largely arid and desperately poor country stretching from the Sahara Desert southward to the Niger River, has now left its prime position in the West's news media, but enormous humanitarian challenges remain.
'Lend Your Leg' To Push For Landmine Ban
The Killing Fields of Today: Cambodia's Landmine Problem Rages On
Author of Bouncing Forward and Dakini Power
On April 4, 2013, the world will mark the 8th annual United Nations International Day of Mine Awareness, a global observance designed to grow the movement to ban anti-personnel landmines, promote disarmament and clearance, and provide victim services.
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