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TO WALK WITHOUT FEAR: The Global Movement to Ban Landmines Paperback – 1 Sep 1998


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"This intriguing volume seeks to satisfy various audiences....As a case study of NGO-government cooperation, this is an unprecedented book....All levels."--Choice

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There is a path to the Kavungo River in eastern Angola, and the people of the village of Kavungo learned to walk along the path in fear. Read the first page
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This tell it like it is book is an interesting read. 7 Jun 2000
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This is a great book which details the struggle that non-profit groups, individuals and countries undertook in order to ban landmines.
While it tells the story of the International Campaign To Ban Landmines who won a Nobel prize for their work, this book also chronicles the stories of other such as the landmines survivors whose needs were almost ignored by those trying to help them.
The other thing about this book that's interesting is that you can see the techniques these people used to pass a humanitarian law on the international level.
All in all a good read.
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