Go to main content
Humanity & Inclusion Humanity & Inclusion Humanity & Inclusion Humanity & Inclusion

Declaration against the bombing of civilians
Canada must rise to the stakes!

Mai 2020 - Dublin : Let's demand an agreement from the states Mai 2020 - Dublin : Let's demand an agreement from the states Mai 2020 - Dublin : Let's demand an agreement from the states Mai 2020 - Dublin : Let's demand an agreement from the states
 

Sing the petition
against the bombing
of civilians

Sign the petition

* indicates required

By clicking on "I sign", you agree to the privacy policy.

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, as we enter the final months of negotiations on a political declaration by States to regulate the use of these weapons in urban areas, Canada is adopting a stance that could empty the agreement of its meaning and ambition.

 

THE INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT AGAINST EXPLOSIVE WEAPONS IN URBAN AREAS IS NOW IN DANGER, LET'S REACT!

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

*STOP BOMBING CIVILIANS

Terms and conditions - Contact - Presse

The information requested is recorded in a computerized file by Humanity & Inclusion which has a Data Protection Officer (DPO). They are necessary to respond to your requests or to appeal to your generosity. They are kept for the time strictly necessary to achieve the aforementioned purposes. Through us, you may receive proposals from other companies or organisations in the charitable sector. If you do not wish to do so, please contact our DPO.  [Credit: Mine by Natalia for Noun Project]