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Key Documents – UNODA     Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Key Documents Relating to the Secretary General’s Mechanism for Investigation of Alleged Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37C (30 November 1987) requests the Secretary-General to carry out investigations in response to reports that may be brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; requests the Secretary-General, with the assistance of qualified experts, to develop further technical guidelines and procedures; requests the Secretary-General to compile and maintain lists of qualified experts provided by Member States. Security Council Resolution 620 (26 August 1988) encourages the Secretary-General to carry out promptly investigations in response to allegations brought to his attention by any Member State concerning the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons; decides to consider immediately, taking into account the investigations of the Secretary-General, appropriate and effective measures in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, should there by any future use of chemical weapons in violation of international law. General Assembly Document A/44/561 Annex I (4 October 1989) contains recommendations by the group of qualified experts convened pursuant to General Assembly Resolution A/RES/42/37 C for guidelines and procedures for timely and efficient investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons. Updated appendices to the technical guidelines and procedures General Assembly Resolution A/RES/45/57C (4 December 1990)   endorses the proposal for guidelines and procedures for investigations of reports on the possible use of chemical and bacteriological (biological) or toxin weapons contained in document A/44/561.
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Score: 1088866.2 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...l-mechanism-old/key_documents/
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LETTER DATED 98/09/17 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF IRAQ TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Within a very short period of time, therefore, the Security Council adopted three resolutions imposing comprehensive and harsh sanctions on all aspects of the life of the entire Iraqi people. (...) In consequence of the harsh conditions resulting from these sanctions, which have been in force for so many long years, and to which there is no end in sight, the Iraqi people finds itself regressing, and losing all the fundamental requirements of human life. (...) Furthermore, aerial bombardments destroyed stockpiles of matériel, industrial and oil facilities and electricity generation plants, leading to the release of thousands of tons of toxins into the air, the water and the earth. In their war against Iraq, the Allied forces used internationally proscribed weapons such as missiles containing depleted uranium.
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The causes were organized into six risk categories, including: chemical, microbiological, histamine, toxins, parasites, and a broad category called “other causes”. (...) The fifth largest cause of import notifications was due to the presence of toxins (10 cases) and the presence of histamine above the maximum levels, with seven cases recorded. (...) Similarly, cases due to parasites increased from 8 in 2019 to 15 in 2020. Cases due to toxins remained stable while cases due to the presence of histamine above the maximum levels decreased from 15 in 2019 to seven in 2020. [1] The United Kingdom is also included in this analysis as the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) includes it as an importing country.
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Score: 1082170.7 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/.../border-rejections-eu/2018/zh/
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E V I D E N C E F R O M D I S E A S E O U T B R E A K S 1 Sex and gender are important variables when conducting biomedical and health-related research, but have been largely absent from studies on disease outbreaks or assessments of the consequences of the deliberate use of biological or toxin weapons. Knowledge of sex-specific and gendered effects would be critical in informing health protocols, including medical screening and treatment, subsequent to the use of biological or toxin weapons. (...) Applying a gender lens to health responses can increase resilience to and aid recovery from a biological or toxin weapons attack, ultimately enhancing the security and well- being of States and people. (...) Advocate for the collection of sex-and age-disaggregated data in public health systems and in the event of the use of biological or toxin weapons. Provide gender-responsive assistance to survivors of biological incidents, taking into account sex-specific and gendered impacts.
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Score: 1081964.55 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...and%20Biological%20Weapons.pdf
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Submitted by Switzerland 05-Dec-08 BWC/MSP/2008/WP.5 Perspective on oversight, codes of conduct education and awareness raising: Submitted by Pakistan 27-Nov-08 BWC/MSP/2008/WP.1 Dual-use awareness and oversight under the seventh framework programme of the European Community for research, technological, development and demonstration activities (2007-2013): Submitted by Austria and Germany on behalf of the European Union 31-Oct-08 BWC/MSP/2008/L.1 Synthesis of considerations, perspectives, recommendations, conclusions and proposals drawn from the presentations, statements, working papers and interventions on the topics under discussion at the Meeting of Experts: Submitted by the Chairman 05-Dec-08 BWC/MSP/2008/INF.3 List of States parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction as at 4 December 2008: Prepared by the Implementation Support Unit 05-Dec-08 BWC/MSP/2008/INF.2 and Add.1 List of participants 28-Nov-08 BWC/MSP/2008/INF.1 Background information on scientific and technological develoments that may be relevant to the Convention: Submitted by the Implementation Support Unit 12-Dec-08 BWC/MSP/2008/5 Report of the Meeting of States Parties 28-Nov-08 BWC/MSP/2008/4 Report of the Chairman on universalization activities: Submitted by the Chairman 28-Nov-08 BWC/MSP/2008/3 2008 Report of the Implementation Support Unit: Submitted by the Implementation Support Unit 28-Nov-08 BWC/MSP/2008/2 Provisional programme of work 06-Oct-08 BWC/MSP/2008/1 Provisional agenda BWC Meeting of States Parties (2009-2019) Date Symbol Title 02-Dec-09 BWC/MSP/2009/-  Link to documents of the 2009 BWC Meeting of States Parties 06-Dec-10 BWC/MSP/2010/-  Link to documents of the 2010 BWC Meeting of States Parties 10-Dec-12 BWC/MSP/2012/- Link to documents of the 2012 BWC Meeting of States Parties 09-Dec-13 BWC/MSP/2013/-  Link to documents of the 2013 BWC Meeting of States Parties 01-Dec-14 BWC/MSP/2014/-  Link to documents of the 2014 BWC Meeting of States Parties 14-Dec-15 BWC/MSP/2015/-  Link to documents of the 2015 BWC Meeting of States Parties 4-Dec-17 BWC/MSP/2017/-  Link to documents of the 2017 BWC Meeting of States Parties 4-Dec-18 BWC.MSP/2018/- Link to documents of the 2018 BWC Meeting of States Parties 3-Dec-19 BWC/MSP/2019/- Link to documents of the 2019 BWC Meeting of States Parties BWC Meeting of Experts (2003) Date Symbol Title 01-Sep-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.65 Legislation governing intangible technology: Prepared by the United Kingdom 01-Sep-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.64 Emergency preparedness and response: Prepared by the United Kingdom 01-Sep-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.63 Issues of licensing, accredittion and authorisation: The example of the specified animal pathogens order 1998 (SAPO): Prepared by the United Kingdom 04-Sep-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.62 BTWC and Related Legislation: Prepared by Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom 29-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.61 “The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) in Thailand: Prepared by Thailand” 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.60 Medidas relativas a la aplicación de la Convención sobre la Prohibición de las Armas Biológicas: Presentado por México 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.59 “International Regulations for the Safe Transport of Biological Materials: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany” 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.58 “National legislative and regulatory provisions for the implementation by the Republic of Bulgaria of the prohibitions set forth in the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction (BWC): Prepared by the Republic of Bulgaria” 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.57 “Finland’s new penal legislation on biological weapons and terrorism: Prepared by FINLAND” 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.56 ” Practical aspects of export licensing: Australia’s experience: Prepared by Australia” 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.55 Regulations and guidelines in the Islamic Republic of Iran on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins: Prepared by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.54 “National Report on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins: Prepared by the Islamic Republic of Iran” 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.53 “Cooperation with Foreign Missions in Austria: Case Study “”Anthrax””: Prepared by Austria” 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.52 Legislative action to implement the obligations under the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction: Prepared by Malaysia 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.51 National Implementation Measures: Prepared by the Islamic Republic of Iran 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.50 Meeting BWC obligations: Australian experiences with a national model for regulating laboratory work with genetically modified organisms: Prepared by Australia 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.49 Meeting BWC obligations: Australia’s experience with facility planning and management for dealings with genetically modified organisms: Prepared by Australia 26-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.48 Meeting BWC obligations: Australia’s experience with licensing, accreditation and authorization of work with genetically modified organisms: Prepared by Australia 25-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.47 “Adopcion de medidas nacionales necesarias para aplicar las prohibiciones establecidas en la convencion, incluida la promulgacion de una legislacion penal: Presentado por Cuba” 25-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.46 Mecanismos nacionales para establecer y mantener la seguridad y la vigilancia de microorganismos patogenos y toxinas: Presentado por Cuba 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.45 “Practical implementation and enforcement: National infrastructure:Prepared by the United Kingdom” 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.44 Poland’s Legislation Relating to BTWC: Prepared by Poland 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.43 Information on criminal responsibility for the bioterrorist activity and activity aimed at developing of weapons of mass destruction: Prepared by Ukraine 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.42 Procedure to control access and work with biological agens and toxins in Ukraine: Prepared by Ukraine 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.41 General information on sanitary-epidemiological surveillance system in Ukraine and measures were taken to counteract possible bioterrorist activity in the context of events of Autumn 2001: Prepared by Ukraine 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.40 National measures in Ukraine to control genetic modification: Prepared by Ukraine 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.39 Model strategy for implementing BWC obligations: Prepared by Australia 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.38 Australia’s experience in educating industry and research institutes about export obligations: a framework for the biological sector: Prepared by Australia 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.37 “German Genetic Engineering Legislation Related to Contained Use: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany” 22-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.36 “Measures Relevant to the Security and Oversight of Biological Materials: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany” 20-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.35 Coherent National Implementation as a Means to Improve the Effectiveness of the BTWC: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany 20-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.34 “MANAGING THE THREAT FROM BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS: SCIENCE, SOCIETY AND SECRECY: Report of a seminar organised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, University of Bradford and University of Nottingham, 28 July 2003: Prepared by the United Kingdom” 19-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.33 NATO Advanced Research Workshop: “Preparedness against bioterrorism and reemerging infectious diseases – regional capabilities, needs and expectations in Central and Eastern Europe countries “, held on 15-18 January 2003 in Warsaw, Poland: Prepared by Poland 19-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.32 “National measures on export control adopted by the Russian Federation for implementation of international obligations under the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxinweapons and on Their Destruction: Prepared by the Russian Federation” 19-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.31 “Domestic Legislation for the BTWC Implementation in the Russian Federation: Prepared by the Russian Federation” 18-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.29 The Canadian Counter-Terrorism Technical Center (CTTC) as a mechanism to provide security and oversight through facilities and equipment: Prepared by Canada 18-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.28 Canada’s Biological and Chemical Defence Review Committee: Transparency Model: Prepared by Canada 18-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.27 “Candian measures to enhance domestic laboratory security for biological agents: Prepared by Canada” 18-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.26 Meeting bio-security challenges: Development of a Canadian Federal Interdepartmental Collaborative Model: Prepared by Canada 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.25 National implementation measures and biosecurity and oversight mechanisms: Practice and proposals: Prepared by the People’s Republic of China 13-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.24 “German legislation in the field of biological weapons and agents: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany” 13-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.23 “National measures to implement the Biological Weapons Convention:Prepared by Argentina” 13-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.22 German approaches to awareness-raising: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany 12-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.21 German experience with the catch-all clause: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany 12-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.20 Brazilian views on the way forward: Prepared by Brazil 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.19 “Biological risk and pathogen control: Lessons from the study of emerging diseases: Prepared by France” 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.18 National mechanisms to establish and maintain surveillance of microorganisms and toxins, and prospects for international cooperation: Prepared by France 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.17 Biotechnology, biological weapons and bioterrorism: Notes from Paris Seminar of 9 April 2003: Prepared by France 06-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.16 “National Measures or Legislation to Implement the BTWC: A Conceptual Analysis: Prepared by the Republic of Korea” 05-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.15 “Possible measures for ensuring security and oversight of work with microorganisms: Prepared by Sweden” 28-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.13 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany related to security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany 28-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.12 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons: Prepared by the Federal Republic of Germany 28-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.11 Possible measures for strengthening biosecurity: Prepared by Japan 17-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.10 National Paper: Prepared by Japan 15-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 9 A Compiled List of Laws and Regulations of China in Relation to the Implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention: Prepared by China 17-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 8 BTWC implementing and penal legislation: core elements: Prepared by the United Kingdom 15-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 7/Rev.1 The design of national mechanisms to maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins: Prepared by the United Kingdom 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 6 Specific Measures Taken by the United States Relevant to Security of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 5 Security of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 4 “National Measures Adopted by the United States to Implement the Prohibitions Set Forth in the Biological Weapons Convention: Prepared by the United States of America” 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 3 National implementation measures 2003 BWC Experts Group: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 2 U.S. (...) Over the past few years the adoption of ethic codes of conduct for” 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.17 United Kingdom examples of codes of conduct and associated activities related to government science: Prepared by the United Kingdom 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.16 Report of seminars organised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Prepared by the United Kingdom 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.15 Legislation and freedom of research: Prepared by Germany 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.14 Infectious diseases, biosafety and biosecurity: Prepared by Germany 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.13 The University Science Perspective: Prepared by Germany 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.12 Codes of conduct and their application in the life sciences at universities: Prepared by Germany 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.11 Regulations for the prevention of bioterrorism – pros an contras from a scientist’s point of view: Prepared by Germany 13-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.10 German policies for biodefence research: Prepared by Germany 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 9 The promulgation and adoption of codes of conduct: Prepared by the United Kingdom 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 8 Content of codes of conduct relevant to the BTWC: Prepared by the United Kingdom 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 7 and Corr.1 The overlap between codes of conduct and legislation: Prepared by Canada 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 6 Thoughts on the functions of codes of conduct: potential weaknesses and solutions: Prepared by Canada 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 5 Biodefence: codes of conduct and practice: Prepared by Canada 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 4 Common elements of codes of conduct (III): Academic Codes: Prepared by Canada 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 3 “Common elements of codes of conduct (II): Professional Assoiations Codes: Prepared by Canada” 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 2 Common elements of codes of conduct (I): Canadian Government Codes: Prepared by Canada 09-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP. 1 “Preliminary overview of an internationalcode of conduct related to the BWC: Prepared by Argentina” 27-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.4* “Relevant Organisations, Associations, Professional Bodies and Institutions Which Might Serve as Sources of Guidance on the Formulation of Codes of Conduct and as Agents for Adopting and Promulgating Such Codes: Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat” 26-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.3/Summary Review and Analysis of Relevant Elements of Existing Codes of Conduct in Other Fields: Summary of Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat 13-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.3 Review and Analysis of Relevant Elements of Existing Codes of Conduct in Other Fields: Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat 26-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.2/Summary Codes of Conduct Relevant to the Life Sciences or Biotechnology Which Do Not Refer to Biological and Toxin Weapons: Summary of Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat 13-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.2 “Codes of Conduct Relevant to the Life Sciences or Biotechnology Which Do Not Refer to Biological and Toxin Weapons: Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat” 26-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.1/Summary “Existing Codes of Conduct which Refer to Biological and Toxin Weapons: Summary of Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat” 13-Apr-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/INF.1 “Existing Codes of Conduct which Refer to Biological and Toxin Weapons: Background Paper prepared by the Secretariat” BWC Meeting of Experts (2007) Date Symbol Title 14-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.7 Ways and means to enhance national implementation, including enforcement of national legislation, strengthening of national institutions and coordination among national law enforcement institutions: Submitted by Japan 14-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.6 National legislative measures adopted by the Republic of Korea to implement the Biological Weapons Convention: Submitted by the Republic of Korea 07-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.5 Extraterritorial application of German Penal Legislation regarding activities related to biological weapons: Submitted by the Federal Republic of Germany 07-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.4 The German Legislative Framework Implementing the BTWC: Submitted by the Federal Republic of Germany 07-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.3 Building capacity to implement the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention: Summary of a VERTIC project: Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.22 Enhancing EU co-operation with third countries in the field of export control of dual-use items: Submitted by the Federal Republic of Germany 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.21 The Brazilian national implementation measures and the legislative framework regarding the BTWC: Submitted by Brazil 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.20 Compliance with the BTWC: Submitted by Italy 07-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.2 Two issues in BTWC national implementation: The challenge of intangible technology controls and export licensing enforcement: Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.19 Experiencia de Cuba en la implementacion de la convencion sobre armas biologicas: Convencion sobre arms biologicas: Presentado por Cuba 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.18 National laws and regulations on handling and application of biological agents and toxins: Submitted by Iran (Islamic Republic of) 21-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.17 National implementation and regional cooperation on implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention: Working paper submitted by the People’s Republic of China 21-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.16 Law of Ukraine on “The State System for Biosafety in the Development, Trial, Transport and Use of Genetically Modified Organisms”: Submitted by Ukraine 21-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.15 Biosecurity–Protection from the risks posed by organisms to the economy, environment and people’s health through exclusion, eradication and control: Submitted by New Zealand 22-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.14 Ways and means to enhance national implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) in Slovakia: Submitted by Slovakia 20-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.13 Regional BWC cooperation and international bioterrorism: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.12 Increasing the technical expertise of law enforcement agencies to assist counter-proliferation initiatives: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.11 Effective enforcement of national legislation: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.10 National data collection processes for CBM submissions: Submitted by Switzerland 02-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/WP.1 European Union intiatives in support of the BTWC: Submitted by Portugal on behalf of the European Union 23-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/INF.4 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction as at August 2007: Prepared by the Implementation Support Unit 24-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/INF.3 List of participants 02-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/INF.2 International and regional initiatives to enhance national implementation of the Convention: Submitted by the Implementation Support Unit 02-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/INF.1 and Corr.1 Previous agreements, understandings and proposals on enhancing national implementation: Submitted by the Implementation Support Unit 24-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/CRP.2 Considerations, Lessons, Perspectives, Recommendations, Conclusions and Proposals drawn from the Presentations, Statements, Working Papers and Interventions on the topics under discussion at the Meeting 24-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/CRP.1 Draft Report of the Meeting of Experts 13-Aug-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/2 Provisional Programme of Work for the Meeting of Experts: Submitted by the chairman 21-Jun-07 BWC/MSP/2007/MX/1 Provisional Agenda for the Meeting of Experts: Submitted by the Chairman BWC Meeting of Experts (2008) Date Symbol Title 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.35 Preparing the ground for the CBM content debate: What information builds confidence? (...) Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.23 Overview of major international biosecurity activities since the 2003 intersessional meeting: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.22 National, regional and international measures for improving biosafety and biosecurity with a focus on the safety of pathogens and toxins at the laboratory level: Submitted by Japan 14-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.21 Oversight, education, awareness raising, and codes of conduct for preventing the misuse of bio-science and bio-technology: Submitted by Japan 14-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.20 Regional seminar for South East Asia on promoting and implementing biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Indonesia and Norway 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.17 Biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Canada1 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.16 “Implementation of legislation and measures related to biosafety and biosecurity in EU member States: Submitted by Germany on behalf of the European Union “ 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.15 Security vetting
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Score: 1078299.3 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/ar/publications/library/bwc/
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Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – UNODA     Welcome to the United Nations. العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) January 24th, 2011 A workshop on regional bio-security and the role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention was hosted by the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security (MESIS) in Amman, Jordan from 24 to 27 January 2011. (...) Franz Kolar, ODA representative from the Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch (WMDB) presented the Secretary-General’s mechanism for the investigation of alleged use of chemical, biological or toxin weapons and ODA organized outreach activities related to the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in support of UNSCR 1540 (2004).
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Score: 1076168.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/update/20110124/
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Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – UNODA     Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) January 24th, 2011 A workshop on regional bio-security and the role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention was hosted by the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security (MESIS) in Amman, Jordan from 24 to 27 January 2011. (...) Franz Kolar, ODA representative from the Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch (WMDB) presented the Secretary-General’s mechanism for the investigation of alleged use of chemical, biological or toxin weapons and ODA organized outreach activities related to the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in support of UNSCR 1540 (2004).
Language:English
Score: 1076168.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/es/update/20110124/
Data Source: un
Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – UNODA     Bienvenue aux Nations Unies العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) January 24th, 2011 A workshop on regional bio-security and the role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention was hosted by the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security (MESIS) in Amman, Jordan from 24 to 27 January 2011. (...) Franz Kolar, ODA representative from the Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch (WMDB) presented the Secretary-General’s mechanism for the investigation of alleged use of chemical, biological or toxin weapons and ODA organized outreach activities related to the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in support of UNSCR 1540 (2004).
Language:English
Score: 1076168.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/fr/update/20110124/
Data Source: un
Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – UNODA     欢迎来到联合国 العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) January 24th, 2011 A workshop on regional bio-security and the role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention was hosted by the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security (MESIS) in Amman, Jordan from 24 to 27 January 2011. (...) Franz Kolar, ODA representative from the Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch (WMDB) presented the Secretary-General’s mechanism for the investigation of alleged use of chemical, biological or toxin weapons and ODA organized outreach activities related to the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in support of UNSCR 1540 (2004).
Language:English
Score: 1076168.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/zh/update/20110124/
Data Source: un
Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – UNODA     Добро пожаловать в ООН العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Language AREAS OF WORK Weapons of Mass Destruction Conventional Arms Regional Disarmament Transparency and Confidence-Building Other Disarmament Issues ABOUT UNODA About Strategy High Representative Organigram UNODA Structure Contact DISARMAMENT BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS Disarmament in the General Assembly Disarmament in the Security Council United Nations Disarmament Commission Conference on Disarmament Secretary General’s Advisory Board Fellowship Programme UNIDIR DATABASE AND RESEARCH TOOLS UNODA Documents Library First Committee and Resolutions Database Disarmament Treaties Military Expenditure The Global Reported Arms Trade UNIDIR’s Cyber Security Portal RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS Publications Updates UNODA Calendar Disarmament Education Fact Sheets on Disarmament Issues Proposal for Funding STATEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES Secretary General’s Statements High Representative’s Statements Press Releases OFFICES AWAY FROM UNHQ Geneva, Switzerland Vienna, Austria Lima, Peru Lome, Togo Kathmandu, Nepal العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español Workshop on Regional Bio-security and the Role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) January 24th, 2011 A workshop on regional bio-security and the role of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention was hosted by the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security (MESIS) in Amman, Jordan from 24 to 27 January 2011. (...) Franz Kolar, ODA representative from the Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch (WMDB) presented the Secretary-General’s mechanism for the investigation of alleged use of chemical, biological or toxin weapons and ODA organized outreach activities related to the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in support of UNSCR 1540 (2004).
Language:English
Score: 1076168.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/ru/update/20110124/
Data Source: un