Disarmament Education Dashboard

Expanding Minds for Peace and Development

New Course: 1540 National Implementation Action Plans

This short course examines the key provisions of United Nations Security Council resolution 1540 (2004), the development and implementation of voluntary National Implementation Action Plans, as well as the role of the 1540 Committee.

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New Course: Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas

This short course focuses on the use of explosive weapons in populated areas (EWIPA), which poses a dangerous threat to civilian populations in urban settings, with a high percentage of victims being children, and weighs devastating consequences to infrastructure, human health, and the surrounding environment, hindering the implementation of various goals set in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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#Intro2Disarmament Video Series

The #Intro2Disarmament Video Series consists of 5 short videos that explain how disarmament contributes to a safer, more peaceful and sustainable world in an easy to understand way.

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Training Courses

Interactive and online training courses on disarmament, non-proliferation and development issues. Navigate the catalogue, enroll in the training courses or apply for scholarships (when available)

 

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Events

The events hosted by the UNODA Vienna Office contribute to one of the key goals enshrined in the UN Secretary-General`s Agenda for Disarmament, launched in 2018, to revive serious multilateral dialogue and bring disarmament and non-proliferation back to the centre of the work of the United Nations.

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Our Work

Take a peek inside our courses, how we promote education and training on disarmament and check out what we are currently working on. Register to get access to a full-length training course, test your knowledge, practice exams and get the certificate.

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Partners

The Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (DNP) Education Partnership catalyses the efforts of 30 partner institutions, promoting education and training on disarmament key areas.

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