Princess Diana walking though an Angolan minefield wearing a ballistic helmet and flak jacket, greeting children with injuries--this is what "landmine action" conjures up for many of us. In fact, landmine action has come a long way since that time, due in large part to the leadership of the United Nations. In Spring 2010, I served as an advisor for a "capstone workshop" on landmine action offered by at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University. The client was the United Nations Mine Action Service, or UNMAS, the coordinating arm for the UN's demining efforts. This short film chronicles the students' discoveries.

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