In the runup to next month’s signing of a treaty to ban antipersonnel land mines, Sophia University, the Japan Campaign to Ban Landmines and the Jesuit Social Center will organize a lecture by a leading figure in the International Campaign to Ban Landmines tomorrow at Sophia University’s No. 10 Auditorium.

Tun Channareth, an active member of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization, will discuss how he lost both legs to a land mine while serving in the army in his native Cambodia and tell of his experiences taking part in the movement against land mines.

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