Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons – Sixth Biennial Meeting of States

Side events

Member States, International and Regional Organizations, and UN entities at the United Nations Headquarters on the occasion of the Sixth Biennial Meeting of States to Consider the Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All its Aspects

New York, 6-10 June 2016


6
June2016
Presentation on the progress of the iTrace-projectEuropean Union
1:15 - 2:30 pmCR 4
Weapons and Gender: Preventing gender-based violence and promoting equality through implementation of the ATT and UNPoAWomen's International League for Peace and Freedom
1:15-2:30 pmCR D
Activities in Africa in Support of the Implementation of the Programme of ActionUNREC in cooperation with ECOWAS and UNDP Nigeria Country Office
1:15-2:30 pmCR C
Trade, Transparency and Illicit TraffickingMission of Switzerland in cooperation with Small Arms Survey
1:15-2:30 pmCR 12
7
June2016
Regional Approach to SALW Control: Success Stories from South East EuropeUNDP SEESAC
1:15-2:30 pmCR C
Relationship between SALW - Treaties/Programme of Action and SDG 16.4Group of Interested States in Practical Disarmament Measures in cooperation with UNODA, IANSA, SAS and Control Arms
1:15-2:30 pmGerman House (871 UN Plaza, NY)
End-use control and post-delivery verification. Are arms exporting countries doing all they can to stop diversion?GRIP
1:15-2:45 pmCR D
8
June2016
Advances in the implementation of the UNPoA in Central America and the CaribbeanMission of Guatemala in cooperation with IEPADES and REDCEPAZ
8:30-9:45 amCR C
Implementing PoA/ITI in the Arab WorldMission of Germany in cooperation with League of Arab States and Permanent Peace Movement
1:15-2:30 pmCR C
Towards the Establishment of a National Framework for Weapons and Ammunition Management in the Federal Republic of SomaliaMission of Finland in cooperation with UNIDIR
1:15-2:30 pmCR 4
The role of parliamentarians and health professionals in connecting the dots between the PoA and SDG16: Reducing armed violence for sustainable developmentInternational Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Parliamentary Forum on Small Arms and Light Weapons Sponsored by the Mission of Sweden
1:15-2:30 pm Permanent Mission of Sweden (One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 885 Second Ave, 46th Fl.)
Combatting illicit trafficking and proliferation of SALW in Southern EuropeUNDP SEESAC
3:00-4:00 pmCR C
Regional Centre on Small Arms and Light Weapons Tracing System Software for Management and Control of SALWMission of Rwanda in cooperation with RECSA
4:00-6:00 pmCR C
9
June2016
Actionable tools to support the implementation of small arms conrol measuresMission of Germany in cooperation with UNIDIR, Bonn International Center for Conversion and Conflict Armament Research
1:15-2:30 pmCR C
Streamlining SALW Reporting ToolsOSCE and UNODA
1:15-2:00 pmCR 4
10
June2016
SALW Proliferation and Sustainable Development: Assessing the Contribution of SALW Proliferation on Fragility, Poaching and Cattle Rustling in the African Great Lakes RegionMission of Rwanda and Mission of Netherlands in cooperation with RECSA, African Development Bank and Bonn International Center for Conversion
12:00-2:00 pmPermanent Mission of Netherlands (666 Third Ave, 19 Fl.)