• To live without fear

    People like Mrs Maneurm in Cambodia have no choice but to live with landmines and unexploded bombs. This is unacceptable.

    Date: 2015. Length: 4mins

    Cambodia

  • Mine risk education game

    In Myanmar, a child's ability to correctly identify a landmine or other explosive weapon could save his or her life. This 'mine risk education' game involves teams of children racing to put pictures of objects in baskets marked 'Safe' or 'Danger'. The images are a mix of landmines and safe items such as clocks and fruit.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Myanmar

  • How do YOU get to work?

    This footage is from the Democratic Republic of Congo. These are typical driving conditions in many of the places MAG works, especially during the wet season.

    Date: 2015. Length: 30 seconds

    DRC

  • Walking to school without fear

    MAG made the land in and around Chan's school safe, so that she and her friends no longer have to worry about cluster bombs.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Laos

  • MAG makes it safe

    Every day, nine people are killed or suffer horrific injuries because of landmines and other explosive weapons. Millions of people live with the daily threat. MAG makes land and lives safe in communities affected by conflict around the world. This film was screened between acts at the Glastonbury Festival.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min 55 seconds

    Glastonbury Festival

  • To live without fear

    People like Mrs Maneurm in Cambodia have no choice but to live with landmines and unexploded bombs. This is unacceptable.

    Date: 2015. Length: 4mins

    Cambodia

  • Mine risk education game

    In Myanmar, a child's ability to correctly identify a landmine or other explosive weapon could save his or her life. This 'mine risk education' game involves teams of children racing to put pictures of objects in baskets marked 'Safe' or 'Danger'. The images are a mix of landmines and safe items such as clocks and fruit.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Myanmar

  • How do YOU get to work?

    This footage is from the Democratic Republic of Congo. These are typical driving conditions in many of the places MAG works, especially during the wet season.

    Date: 2015. Length: 30 seconds

    DRC

  • Walking to school without fear

    MAG made the land in and around Chan's school safe, so that she and her friends no longer have to worry about cluster bombs.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Laos

  • MAG makes it safe

    Every day, nine people are killed or suffer horrific injuries because of landmines and other explosive weapons. Millions of people live with the daily threat. MAG makes land and lives safe in communities affected by conflict around the world. This film was screened between acts at the Glastonbury Festival.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min 55 seconds

    Glastonbury Festival

  • To live without fear

    People like Mrs Maneurm in Cambodia have no choice but to live with landmines and unexploded bombs. This is unacceptable.

    Date: 2015. Length: 4mins

    Cambodia

  • Mine risk education game

    In Myanmar, a child's ability to correctly identify a landmine or other explosive weapon could save his or her life. This 'mine risk education' game involves teams of children racing to put pictures of objects in baskets marked 'Safe' or 'Danger'. The images are a mix of landmines and safe items such as clocks and fruit.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Myanmar

  • How do YOU get to work?

    This footage is from the Democratic Republic of Congo. These are typical driving conditions in many of the places MAG works, especially during the wet season.

    Date: 2015. Length: 30 seconds

    DRC

  • Walking to school without fear

    MAG made the land in and around Chan's school safe, so that she and her friends no longer have to worry about cluster bombs.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Laos

  • MAG makes it safe

    Every day, nine people are killed or suffer horrific injuries because of landmines and other explosive weapons. Millions of people live with the daily threat. MAG makes land and lives safe in communities affected by conflict around the world. This film was screened between acts at the Glastonbury Festival.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min 55 seconds

    Glastonbury Festival

  • To live without fear

    People like Mrs Maneurm in Cambodia have no choice but to live with landmines and unexploded bombs. This is unacceptable.

    Date: 2015. Length: 4mins

    Cambodia

  • Mine risk education game

    In Myanmar, a child's ability to correctly identify a landmine or other explosive weapon could save his or her life. This 'mine risk education' game involves teams of children racing to put pictures of objects in baskets marked 'Safe' or 'Danger'. The images are a mix of landmines and safe items such as clocks and fruit.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Myanmar

  • How do YOU get to work?

    This footage is from the Democratic Republic of Congo. These are typical driving conditions in many of the places MAG works, especially during the wet season.

    Date: 2015. Length: 30 seconds

    DRC

  • Walking to school without fear

    MAG made the land in and around Chan's school safe, so that she and her friends no longer have to worry about cluster bombs.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min

    Laos

  • MAG makes it safe

    Every day, nine people are killed or suffer horrific injuries because of landmines and other explosive weapons. Millions of people live with the daily threat. MAG makes land and lives safe in communities affected by conflict around the world. This film was screened between acts at the Glastonbury Festival.

    Date: 2015. Length: 1min 55 seconds

    Glastonbury Festival