The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) and the Government of the Republic of Korea are pleased to invite you to attend a lunch-time panel discussion devoted to the recent de
An interactive meeting ahead of the 9th Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) to take stock of progress on gender mainstreaming during this review cycle and identify concrete
As part of the joint efforts to enhance cooperation and dialogue on arms control and disarmament in the ECOWAS region, the ECOWAS Commission, in collaboration with the United Nations Institute for
The 1972 Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) is a cornerstone in the regime to prevent the hostile use of biology.
UNIDIR organized a series of regional briefings to share ongoing research about best practices for promoting women's participation and gender equality in conventional arms control and disarmament.
This event introduced UNIDIR’s Middle East WMD-Free Zone Project’s publication “Means of Delivery: A Complex and Evolving Issue in the Middle East WMD-Free Zone Initiative”.
Space is increasingly critical to modern life on Earth. But there is growing concern that, as it becomes more economically and strategically important, it could become a theatre for conflict.
Conventional arms continue to be the main weapons used in conflicts around the world, causing death and destruction, settin
The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) welcomes you to the 2022 Innovations Dialogue: AI Disruption, Peace, and Security (ID22).
As outer space becomes increasingly critical for both civilian and military domains, it also becomes more contested.