Sign the petition
Join over 700,000 people worldwide who have shown their support for a ban on cluster bombs at www.handicap-international.org.uk/cmpetition
Write to your MP
Make sure that your local MP knows your views about cluster bombs! Your MP will have many opportunities to raise the issue of cluster munitions, both in Parliament and at public meetings.
This will help to keep pressure on the UK government to take action on cluster bombs and fulfil their obligations under the Convention as soon as possible.
Find out how to contact your local MP at www.writetothem.com
Take up the Forgotten 10 Challenge
From 1st - 10th December every year, you can take part in the Forgotten 10 Challenge in support of the victims of landmines and cluster munitions.
During ten days of action our supporters will be taking up the challenge across the UK, putting on events to raise awareness about the impact of landmines and cluster munitions.
There are lots of ways you can get involved.
Why not take action in your local area? You could have a film screening, exhibition or other public event.
How about spreading the word online? Share stories and videos, encourage your friends to sign our petition and join our Facebook group.
To find out more and order a free action pack, visit www.handicap-international.org.uk/forgotten10
Help us make sure that the victims of landmines and cluster bombs are not forgotten and receive assistance to rebuild their lives.
Become an online activist
Every time you share a link with your friends, 'like' a video or write an article on your blog you are spreading the word and helping to raise awareness. Here are some ideas to get you started.
> Become a fan on our Facebook and share our posts with your friends.
> Check out our Youtube channel and share the videos.
> Follow us on Twitter and join in the conversation.
> Blog about the issues - you can use the information on this site to help you.
Get your school involved
We have loads of great educational resources to help teachers bring the issues of landmines and cluster bombs into the classroom - films, photo exhibitions, lesson plans, postcards, stickers and balloons to name just a few.
Why not ask your teacher if your school can get involved in learning about this global issue?
Our resources are available free to any school or youth group in the UK.
Write a letter to your local newspaper
Get your views in print! By writing a letter to your local paper you can get the message out to people in your local area. It's also a good way to remind journalists to keep writing about landmines and cluster bombs.
Find your local paper: www.mediauk.com/tags/local