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Presentations by panelists



This page contains the presentations by the panelists during the meetings in February and May 2016


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Taking stock (opening session)

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Ms Elayne Whyte Gomez,
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Costa Rica
Mr. Tim Caughley,
Senior Researcher, UNIDIR

Panel I on substantively addressing concrete effective legal measures, legal provisions and norms that will need to be concluded to attain and maintain a world without nuclear weapons

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Ms Gro Nystuen
Senior Partner, International Law and Policy Institute (ILPI)
Ms Kathleen Lawand
Head of the Arms Unit, Legal Division, International Committee of the Red Cross, International Committee of the Red Cross
Ms Rebecca Johnson
Director, Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy

Panel II on substantively addressing recommendations on other measures that could contribute to taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations
(a) Transparency measures related to the risks associated with existing nuclear weapons

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Mr Tariq Rauf
Director, Disarmament Programme,
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)

Panel II on substantively addressing recommendations on other measures that could contribute to taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations
(b) Measures to reduce and eliminate the risk of accidental, mistaken, unauthorized or intentional nuclear weapon detonations

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Ms Beyza Unal
Research Fellow, Nuclear Weapons Policy,
International Security Department, Chatham House
Mr Pavel Podvig
Programme Lead, WMD Programme, UNIDIR
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Panel II on substantively addressing recommendations on other measures that could contribute to taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations
(c) Additional measures to increase awareness and understanding of the complexity of and interrelationship between the wide range of humanitarian consequences that would result from any nuclear detonation

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Mr John Borrie
Chief of Research, UNIDIR



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