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Synergies and Complementarities between the A TT, the ECOWAS Convention on SALW, the UNPoA and Other Related Instruments
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UNREC and Its Partners' Contribution to the United nations integrated stragy for the Sahel
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Technical Assistance to the Government of Mali in Controlling Small Arms and Light Weapons
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Gender dimension of the arms trade treaty

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A guide to parliamentary action in support of disarmament for security and sustainable development
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Assessment Survey on Small Arms in the Sahel Region and Neighboring Countries

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UNODA report on Programmes Financed From Voluntary Contributions 2019-2020

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UNREC Disarmament Fact Sheet

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Disarmament Education: United Nations Resources for Learning

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Making Room for Improvement Gender Dimensions of the Life-cycle Management of Ammunition

In the past decade alone, the Regional Centres have assisted in training more than 20,000 personnel in disarmament and arms control. They have helped States destroy over 176,000 small arms and light weapons and 132 tons of ammunition, as well as mark over 13,000 weapons.
Mélanie Régimbal

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PRESS RELEASE:
Fissile material is a key component in the manufacture of nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices. Therefore, a non-discriminatory, multilateral and international treaty banning the production of fissile material would represent a practical and significant contribution to nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation efforts.

As part of its strategy against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the European Union and the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA), through the United Nations Regional Center for Peace and Disarmament in Africa (UNREC) is organizing a regional workshop on banning the Production of fissile material for the manufacture of nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices for West and Central African States in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea on 5 and 6 February 2019.

The aim of the workshop is to facilitate dialogue at the regional level among Member States on the implications of a future treaty and its relationship with already existing global and regional instruments. It will also facilitate the sharing of knowledge and information within the region on issues relevant to banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapon or other nuclear explosive devices.

The workshop will be attended by representatives of West and Central African countries from a ministry or agency involved in the management of Weapon of mass destruction issues and / or security issues/nuclear safety.

 For more information, please contact: UNREC), Tel: (+228) 22 53 50 00, E-mail: mail(at)unrec.org; www.unrec.org, www.facebook.unrec.org, www.tweeter.com/odaunrec

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