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Invisible Enemies: A Video to Respond to the Landmine Threat in Burma/Myanmar

By Geneva Call  •  October 15, 2013

Geneva Call is pleased to release the video on landmines in Burma/Myanmar entitled ‘Invisible Enemies: responding to the landmine threat’.

Invisible Enemies aims to inform different stakeholders – including the government, armed non-State actors, civil society, communities and villagers – about the short and long-term impact of landmines. At the same time, as everybody plays an important role in tackling the landmine problem, it also encourages all these stakeholders ‘to be part of the solution’.

Please help us spread this message to as many people as possible. Feel free to send it to your contacts, post it on your website, social media and use it in any training or screening opportunity. The more people who get involved, the better we can fight these Invisible Enemies.

The video is available in the original Burmese version, as well as with English subtitles.

Please view it through the following links:

– Burmese (original)
– English subtitles
– On Geneva Call Facebook page

We would welcome any feedback you have.  To do so, simply respond to this email, use the comment sections in the social media, or get in touch directly with your Geneva Call contact.

Thank you for your assistance in this process.  We express our sincere gratitude for all your efforts in making this video a success.

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This post is in: Peace and National Reconciliation, Press Release

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