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Land Mines - Associations and Organizations Information  

This is a guide to finding information about the campaign against land mines including association links and statistical information about the injuries incurred by these weapons.
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Organizations

Nobel Peace Prize Winner - International Campaign to Ban Land Mines

Associations Unlimited - Search under the term "landmine" to bring up a number of other related associations and NGOs.

Directory of Development Organizations (Devdir) - This is a directory of development and aide organizations in most of the world's countries.  Choose the country you are interested in reviewing and search the files for your terms - landmines, rehabilitation, etc.

Statistical Resources

UNMAS 2010 Annual Report - United Nations Mine Action Service includes some information about specific countries.

World Health Organization - Reports and statistics on landmines injuries and rehabilitation.

Human Rights Watch - Includes links to a number of reports and findings.

Library Resources

Easy Search - Broad based search for materials accessible through the University Library

Lexis Nexis Statistical Universe - Wide range of statistical materials - try searching the term "rehabilitation of the disabled" or "amputees" here.

CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online) - Briefing papers, working papers, journal articles, and full-text books on topics of international import.

PAIS (Public Affairs International Service) - Includes magazine and journal articles, government documents and much more.

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