UNFor more than thirty years, the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Committee on Disarmament, Peace and Security has provided services and facilities to hundreds of citizens' groups concerned with the peace and disarmament activities of the United Nations. Because of its distinguished efforts as conference organizer, network clearing house, newspaper publisher, and year-round UN liaison, the NGO Committee is viewed as a primary ally of the international movement for arms control, peace and disarmament, and the continuing body designated to serve this worldwide constituency.

The Committee has a crucial and expanding responsibility to inform NGOs worldwide of the status of negotiation, country positions, major obstacles and opportunities, and to help NGOs transmit their expertise and creative proposals to the appropriate decision-making fora. This website can be your first stop for access to current UN issues on disarmament, peace, and security.

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The General Assembly First Committee finished its work on November 2, 2007. During the Committee’s work, there were 315 delivered statements, and 52 draft texts were adopted. The volume of paper circulated was unusually high (for more information about delegation statements and First Committee coverage please visit ReachingCriticalWill). The General Assembly voted on the resolutions and decisions on December 5th (to view the resolutions please visit the UN document service).

The voting results are online (at ReachingCriticalWill on the First Committee and GA) and will be published in the winter 2007 issue of Disarmament Times.


 

Updates

New!Disarmament Times Summer 2008

New!Transcript of the April 17 2008 Discussion on s Fissile Material (Cut-Off) Treaty and Its Verification

Transcript of the October 19th 2007 Panel at the UN on the Report from the International Panel of Fissile Materials

Winter 2007 Disarmament Times


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