During this intensive week, participants will be provided with a comprehensive overview of non-proliferation and disarmament efforts regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction. The programme content is delivered by a group of experienced and internationally renowned experts and diplomats in the fields of international law, security and related disciplines. The interactive sessions are complemented with a simulation exercise and field visits to a nuclear reactor and a chemical weapons research laboratory.What will you gain?
- Hands-on knowledge of the diplomatic, legal and technical aspects of disarmament and non-proliferation;
- Insight into the work of key professionals in the area of WMD, seasoned with their personal experiences; and
- Unique networking opportunities with speakers and participants from diverse backgrounds.
See programme here.
Who should participate?
The training programme is designed for early- to mid-career professionals working for governments, for example national export control bodies, national authorities for the implementation of the CWC/BWC and national nuclear agencies. Individuals working for nongovernmental organisations, think tanks addressing WMD concerns and research centres in related disciplines are also invited to apply.
Registration for this programme is now open.
Please read the Registration Information and Conditions carefully before registration.
This fee includes lectures, study materials, study visits, water/tea/coffee and lunch during working days, a reception and an opening dinner.
The fee does not cover (international) travel costs, domestic travel to and from airports, (hotel) accommodation, insurance or other expenses. The T.M.C. Asser Instituut can provide prospective participants with a list of suitable hotels in The Hague.