7 edition of Disarmament As Humanitarian Action found in the catalog.
by United Nations
Written in English
|Contributions||John Borrie (Editor), Vanessa Martin Randin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
This course explores contemporary international rules governing disarmament as well as related issues of arms control, non-proliferation and international humanitarian law. Summary. The purpose of this paper is to outline the connections between nuclear disarmament and some of the key issues facing humanity today. So far, enormous effort has been invested in tackling these challenges, for example, in climate change prevention and mitigation, socio-economic development, and establishing and implementing the rule of by: 2.
On humanitarian action, we need to focus on the growing and unacceptable impact of conventional weapons on civilians and infrastructure, particularly in urban areas, which represents also a clear violation of human rights. We need to focus on the disarmament that saves Size: KB. When disarmament meets humanitarian action: The Convention on Cluster Munitions (in French) OUR PUBLICATIONS. 24 Jun Posted by Admin_Consortium In Cluster Munitions,Conventional weapons 0 comment. When disarmament meets humanitarian action: The Convention on Cluster Munitions (in French) Its contents are the sole responsibility of .
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This second volume, Disarmament as Humanitarian Action: From Perspective to Practice, takes the ideas of its first volume one step further. As the title suggests, this volume provides practical insights from recent negotiating processes in which arms control.
Disarmament as humanitarian action: from perspective to practice --Mitigating the effects of armed violence through disarmament: counting the human costs --Disarmament as humanitarian action?: comparing negotiations on Disarmament As Humanitarian Action book mines and explosive remnants of war --The role of "Landmine Monitor" in promoting and monitoring compliance with the Anti-Personnel.
Disarmament as Humanitarian Action From Perspective to Practice. This book analyses the politics of the humanitarian disarmament community—a loose coalition of activist and advocacy groups, humanitarian agencies and diplomats—who have successfully achieved international treaties banning landmines, cluster munitions and nuclear weapons, as well as restricting the global arms trade.
as humanitarian action, because we believe that the humanitarian benefits of disarmament have gone unrecognized for too long. The overall purpose of this meeting was to show that disarmament—whether of weapons of mass destruction or small arms—is first and foremost a question of human security, and thus a part of humanitarian action.
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UNIDIR's published work which linked for the first time the conceptual relations between disarmament and humanitarian dimension, and discuss ways to bring further the discourse toward the operative level.5/5(1).
DISARMAMENT AS HUMANITARIAN ACTION John Borrie Increasing attention has been focused in recent years on the need for multilateral negotiation processes in the disarmament and arms control field to “think outside the box” in addressing contemporary challenges.
But beyond recognition that there are impe rfections in current approaches, it is. The United Nations Disarmament Yearbook. Volume & #NewWeapons a growing risk 🇺🇳 Promoting #peace & a #disarmament agenda identified as an action to counter increased.
Over the past two decades, humanitarian disarmament has become a highly effective and firmly established means of dealing with the adverse impacts of arms. This people-centered approach to disarmament focuses on preventing and remediating human suffering and environmental harm, rather than advancing national security.
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The meeting on 'Human Security, Human Nature, and Trust-Building in Negotiations' was organised by the 'Disarmament as Humanitarian Action, Making Multilateral Negotiations Work' (DHA) project of.
This was one finding of the Humanitarian Disarmament Forum convened by Handicap International, Mines Action Canada, and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) at PACE University in New York’s Lower Manhattan on October Continue reading Humanitarian disarmament in “In procurement for humanitarian assistance, optimization is achieved when goods and services offering value for money are purchased and delivered within good time to aid people in need at quantity volumes which ensure economies of scale at prices that maximize reach to beneficiaries.”.
Borrie, J. () 'Rethinking Multilateral Negotiations: Disarmament as Humanitarian Action', in J. Borrie and V. Rondin (eds), Disarmament as Humanitarian Action: From. Disarmament as Humanitarian Action: Making Multilateral Negotiations Work is a research project carried out at the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.
This project, launched inexamines current difficulties for the international community in tackling disarmament and arms control challenges. Disarmament Diplomacy, Humanitarian Action & International Security ; 7th Annual Course at the United Nations in Geneva.
In the last two decades, the “humanitarian disarmament movement”—a loose coalition of small and medium-sized states, humanitarian agencies, and advocacy groups—have successfully achieved international treaties banning landmines, cluster munitions, and nuclear weapons, as well as restricting the global arms : Taylor Benjamin-Britton, Matthew Breay Bolton, Sarah Njeri.
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And follow @4disarmament and its lists. • Use technology/social media to document the use of weapons and their harm as well as to enhance our advocacy. • Prioritize and nurture diversity across the humanitarian disarmament movement, including.
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