Nuclear weapon test explosions and related activities represent a serious threat to international peace and security. Strengthening the international disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control architecture is key to avoid a nuclear arms race.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 23/09/2021
From Cambodia to Mozambique, Angola and Afghanistan, thousands of lives lost, or maimed, including several children, because of one unfortunate step... a consequence of millions of landmines buried in countries across the world, decades ago.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 04/04/2021
Lina Zettergren is a Judge Referee at the Supreme Court in her native country, Sweden. She joined EUPOL COPPS as a Senior Criminal Justice Expert in October 2019. In her role in Ramallah, she supports changes in the Palestinian criminal justice system, including issues related to fair trials,
Author: The Civilian Planning and Conduct Capability (CPCC) - Publication date: 19/11/2020
November 30 is a day of remembrance for victims of chemical warfare. On this day the EU reaffirms its support to the universal ban on chemical weapons. “It is a tribute to all those who have lost their lives or loved ones and suffered harm from chemical weapons as well as a commitment to promoting
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 30/11/2019
The goal of a world free of chemical weapons is one the EU is upholding through its support to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The EU has just agreed to continue its funding of the OPCW with €11.6 million over the next three years. The OPCW's mission is to
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 05/04/2019
34-year-old taxi driver Omar Musa, was amongst 40,000 Libyans who, together with his family, had to flee from the city of Tawergha after the 2011 revolution in Libya. People were living in dire conditions in camps spread across the country. Seven years later, Omar was finally able to return home.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 04/04/2019
The use of force must always abide by international law, including international humanitarian law and human rights law, and this fully applies to autonomous weapons systems. States – and human beings – remain responsible and accountable for their behaviour in an armed conflict, even if it involves
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 14/09/2018