THE OTTAWA PROCESS TWENTY YEARS LATER

On October 27th and 28th the Canadian Landmine Foundation, Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, the Canadian International Council and its partners are proud to present ‘The Ottawa Process Twenty Years Later: The Landmine Treaty, Human Security, and Canada in the Twenty-First Century’ at The Gardiner Museum in Toronto.

  1. This week I'm reading about the 1997 Ottawa Convention in preparation for an upcoming conference. The current book, To Walk Without Fear, begins with this haunting image. Land mines have been called "weapons of mass destruction in slow motion" for their substantial effects years after the primary conflict has receded. #OttawaProcess #20years #canadaproud
    This week I'm reading about the 1997 Ottawa Convention in preparation for an upcoming conference. The current book, To Walk Without Fear, begins with this haunting image. Land mines have been called "weapons of mass destruction in slow motion" for their substantial effects years after the primary conflict has receded. #OttawaProcess #20years #canadaproud
  2. At #OttawaProcess event in Toronto today!
    At #OttawaProcess event in Toronto today!
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