Framework Forum roundtable
Monday September 8, 2014, 13:00 – 18:00
Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
Auditoire Jaques Freymond, rue de Lausanne 132 , Geneva
By invitation only
Highlighting the links between climate change and nuclear weapons to forge solutions to these two principal threats to human survival.
Building political momentum and cross-party action by parliamentarians and mayors for the achievement of a nuclear-weapons-free world.
Working with governments to build the legal, political and technical mechanisms to eliminate nuclear weapons globally under effective international control.
Highlighting the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons and their incompatibility with internatinal law as an imperative to achieve nuclear abolition.
Exploring the academic and policy initiatives to achieve security without nuclear weapons.
Advancing regional cooperative security mechanisms as alternatives to nuclear deterrence.
Using sport to reach across political divides, reinforce our common humanity and create the conditions for a secure and peaceful nuclear-weapons-free world.
Engaging in the UN Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) that meets in Geneva in summer 2013 to develop proposals for taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations.