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Fonds Boris Souvarine

Boris Souvarine (1895-1984) was one of the founders of the French Communist party (1920) and member of the Executive Committee of the Comintern (1921-1924). He gradually developed a critical view on the athmosphere of terror in the Soviet Union in the 1930s and published his main work, “Stalin”, in 1935. In the same year Souvarine founded the Institute of Social History in Paris and started publishing a journal “Le Contrat Social”. Throughout his long life Souvarine acquired rare books and archives of the social movement activists to complete his vast collection.

The Boris Souvarine Archive at IHEID comprises several sections:

  • his personal documents, vast correspondence, press clippings and historical photographs, dating from 1917-1960, before the time of his Comintern activity to the period of Khrushchev’s leadership;
  • the Archive of Anatole de Monzie, a French political figure and scholar;
  • various donators’ folders;
  • numerous folders of the family of Sergey Prokopovich, Russian economist, sociologist, liberal politician, Minister in the Provisional (Kerensky) Government (1917), and his wife, Yekaterina Kuskova, a politician, advocate of social reformism, economist and journalist writing on economics, history and political matters, founder of the “Public Committee for Famine Relief” in 1921 and, a year later expelled with her husband from Soviet Russia for their anti-Bolshevik activity. The family lived in Geneva from 1939 up to their deaths, leaving their archive material, containing rare original correspondence, manuscripts and press clippings dated 1900-1954, to Boris Souvarine.
    Source : The Boris Souvarine archive and library at the Graduate Institute / Svetlana Yakimovich. In : From communism to anti-communism, Open Edition, 2016.

Boris Souvarine

Fonds International Peace Bureau (IPB)

The IPB was founded in 1891, as a result of consultations at the Universal Peace Congresses, large gatherings held annually to bring together the national peace societies that had gradually developed, mainly in Europe and North America, from the end of the Napoleonic Wars onwards.

In the inter-war period IPB struggled to get its voice heard but was gradually drowned out in the rising tide of nationalism. Secretary-General since 1911, Henri Golay was able to keep the Bureau functioning until the outbreak of war in 1939. His death in 1950 marked the end of the old IPB, but a new one was in the process of being born. After many organisational complications the International Liaison Committee of Organisations for Peace (ILCOP), which had inherited the assets of the old IPB, was renamed IPB in 1964 and ILCOP became a small private foundation.

IPB’s membership remained low in the 60s and 70s, but rose sharply after the merger with the International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace in 1984. In 1963 there were 17 member organisations. There are now 186.

The first President of the new IPB was Ernst Wolf (1963-1974) who was the mastermind behind the merger and the establishment of the ILCOP foundation. He was succeeded in 1974 by Sean MacBride, who continued until 1985, giving way to Bruce Kent of British CND.
Currently, the IPB has two co-presidents: Ingeborg Breines and Reiner Braun.

The IPB archives, for the period 1891-1951, are deposited at the United Nations archives in Geneva (https://biblio-archive.unog.ch/detail.aspx?ID=311)

International Peace Bureau

United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total eliminination, 27-31 mars, 15 juin-7 juillet 2017

La Conférence des Nations Unies pour la négociation du premier instrument juridiquement contraignant ayant pour but d’interdire les armes nucléaires a été instituée par la résolution de l’Assemblée générale du 23 décembre 2016.

La Conférence s’est tenue au siège des Nations Unies à New York, du 27 au 31 mars et du 15 juin au 7 juillet 2017. Elle était placée sous la présidence de Mme Elayne White Gomez, ambassadeur extraordinaire et plénipotentiaire, Représentant permanent de la République du Costa Rica auprès de l’Office des Nations Unies et des autres organisations internationales à Genève.

Le but de cette Conférence était de préparer un texte qui complète les autres textes sur l’interdiction des armes inhumaines et le désarmement international ; les armes nucléaires étant les dernières armes de destruction massive à ne pas faire l’objet d’une interdiction totale.

United Nations

Fonds Service Etudes et Projets de l'IUED (SEP)

Le SEP a été créé par Jean-Pierre Gontard en 1979. Daniel Fino a été recruté en 1980 pour renforcer le SEP car l'IUED avait été choisi par la DDC comme un des régisseurs pour l'exécution de projets bilatéraux sous mandat. Avec l'acceptation des projets en régie, l'IUED a dû prendre des mesures organisationnelles, notamment en créant le SEP (le chiffre d'affaires du SEP doublait parfois le chiffre d'affaires de l'IUED !)

Le grand défi a été de savoir comment intégrer les activités opérationnelles dans les activités de formation (académique et formation continue) et de recherche :

  • Au niveau de l'enseignement, les séminaires autour des pratiques de la coopération ont toujours eu un grand succès. Nous puisions beaucoup dans notre documentation et utilisions les expériences liées à nos engagements opérationnels.
  • Dès 1984 nous avons commencé à organiser des formations continues (en travaillant aussi avec des spécialistes comme Bernard Lecomte) pour des professionnels du développement. Les ateliers organisés chaque année ont eu un énorme succès.
  • Côté recherche, il y a eu des travaux liés aux projets santé ainsi qu'à la stratégie de renforcement institutionnel (avec la publication "Itinéraires" entre autres) car l'une des spécificités du SEP consistait à renforcer les acteurs locaux - publics et privés - à mener "leur" développement.

Quand Daniel Fino est devenu directeur des activités opérationnelles en janvier 2000, sa préoccupation majeure fut d'expliquer le sens des activités opérationnelles du service. Cet effort de conceptualisation avait débuté dans les années 90 (voir annexe 1). Le SEP a commencé à introduire des outils de programmation - suivi - évaluation (voir documents en annexes). La question de l'intégration des activités académiques et opérationnelles a aussi régulièrement fait l'objet d'ateliers et de rencontres au niveau du collège des enseignants. En annexe se trouve comme exemple le compte rendu du Workshop au Foyer John Knox du 5 avril 2000.

Au début des années 2000, le SEP en tant que tel fut dissout, car le système de régie fut peu à peu abandonné. Les activités opérationnelles furent intégrées comme partie du dicastère FAS (Finance-Administration-Services) qui était la troisième sous-direction (à côté de la direction de l'enseignement et la direction de la Recherche). Daniel Fino a occupé ce poste pendant huit ans jusqu'à la fusion en 2008.

Capital Markets of the World (CMoW)

Inherited by the Graduate Institute in 2008 from the Crédit Agricole, which had received it from the Crédit Lyonnais after the merger between the two banks in 2002, the collection represents the preserved part of a once gigantic collection of economic and financial information gathered by the Crédit Lyonnais Service des Etudes Financières, created in 1871.

Owing to difficulties of preservation — it had been stored in a former textile factory in Tourcoing in northern France, where it experienced damage from humidity — most of the collection was lost. Two major parts, however, survived. One is the vast store of government budgets from countries over the world, which was sorted out through the cooperation of EHESS and the University of Paris XII, under the supervision of Professors Broder and Flandreau, and transferred to the Centre Technique du Livre, a state-run library repository in France. The other is the collection of stock exchange publications which the Graduate Institute acquired from Crédit Agricole in 2008.

Covering stock exchange information for 6 continents, the repository could be said to be Thoreau’s figurative "Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within (…), opening new channels (…) of thought." Approximately 700 linear meters, the collection covers an immense stock of information concerning the world of finance in the age of globalisation. High frequency quotation records from 73 stock exchanges from 41 countries constitute the main component of the collection. They bring to life the complexity of Stock Exchange trading, underscoring the multiplicity of exchanges: several for each country, sometimes several for one market, and occasionally (as for a rare series of prices for gold mines), one market for several cities — as was the case for South African Gold Mines options traded simultaneously over the counter in Paris and London, and for which one Hirsch, a bullion broker in London and Paris produced a price list.

The complete series, such as London, New York, Brussels, or Amsterdam cover over 100 years of stock exchange quotations. More exotic or rare series, such as Bilbao, Alexandria or Cairo have shorter time frames but are still complete. This stock (no pun intended) of information offers a very rare opportunity for a better understanding of the world of capitalism and finance as it opens up a transnational dimension, beyond the well-researched operation of individual markets. It discloses the entangled spatial logistics of capital raising, trading and the global architecture of financial information.

Crédit Lyonnais

Fonds Mark Zborowski

Mark [Marc] Zborowski (January 27, 1908 – April 30, 1990) (AKA "Marc" Zborowski or Etienne) was an anthropologist and an NKVD agent (Venona codenames TULIP and KANT). He was the NKVD's most valuable mole inside the Trotskyist organization in Paris during the 1930s and in New York during the 1940s.
Source: Wikipedia, March 27, 2019

The collection contains:
FBI files concerning the investigation on Zborowski, 1938-1966
FBI file concerning Boris Nikolaevski, 1949-1955
FBI file containing information on Raphael Abramovitch, 1938-1955
FBI file containing information on David J. Dallin, 1940-1968
FBI file containing information on Russian émigrés, 1951-1953

Fonds International Council of Human Rights Policy (ICHRP)

Les archives complètes de l'ICHRP, composées aussi bien de documents physiques que numériques, ont fait l’objet d’une donation à la Bibliothèque de l’Institut des hautes études internationales et du développement. Elles contiennent de la correspondance, des procès-verbaux, des rapports mais aussi des images, qui documentent les activités de l’ICRHP au cours des ans.

International Council of Human Rights Policy

Archives Anatole de Monzie

Anatole de Monzie (1876-1947) homme politique français. Instigateur de la campagne pour la reconnaissance par la France de l’Union soviétique. Président de la Commission des Affaires russes (1924-1927), qui reprit les négociations avec le régime soviétique au sujet de l’indemnisation des porteurs d’emprunts russes, et de la délégation française à la conférence franco-soviétique (1925-1927).
Source : Wikipedia, 10.05.2017.

Anatole de Monzie

Projets

Projet Pustaha
Pustuha sur la protection contre le mal. Ouvrages enluminés en écorce d'arbre. Ecriture des Batak (nord de Sumatra). Ouvrages décrivant les pratiques magiques. Destinés aux chefs spirituels batak.

Archives Yekaterina Dmitriyevna Kuskova

Archive of the family of Serguey Nikolaevich Prokopovich (1871-1955), Russian economist, sociologist, liberal politician, Minister in the Provisional (Kerensky) Government (1917), and his wife, Yekaterina Dmitriyevna Kuskova (1869-1958), a politician, advocate of social reformism, economist and journalist writing on economics, history and political matters, founder of the “Public Committee for Famine Relief” in 1921 and, a year later expelled with her husband from Soviet Russia for their anti-Bolshevik activity. The family lived in Geneva from 1939 up to their deaths, leaving their archive material, containing rare original correspondence, manuscripts and press clippings dated 1900-1958, to Boris Souvarine.
Source : The Boris Souvarine archive and library at the Graduate Institute / Svetlana Yakimovich. In : From communism to anti-communism, Open Edition, 2016.

Yekaterina Dmitriyevna Kuskova, 1869-1958

Fonds Henri-Philippe Cart

Ancien vice-directeur de la Direction du développement et de la coopération (DDC), décédé en 2007, Henri-Philippe Cart s’est engagé dans la mise sur pied d’une politique suisse visant à renforcer la société civile sud-africaine, encore sous le régime de l’apartheid, préparant ainsi de nombreux cadres sud-africains à gérer la transition vers une société démocratique.

Dès les années 60, il s’est attaché à mettre en œuvre la politique de la DDC avec les milieux académiques suisses, soutenant de nombreux étudiants qui cherchaient à se familiariser avec les problèmes du tiers-monde.

Ce fonds est constitué des archives personnelles de Henri-Philippe Cart sur l’Afrique du Sud.

Terrain et recherche

M.1.4/1- M.1.4/42

  • Documents relatifs à la thèse
  • Mythes recueillis

M.1.4.43-M.1.4.60-63

  • Carnets de notes de terrain

M.1.4.64-M.1.4.76

  • Autres

Fonds Alain Monnier

Alain Monnier (1950-2009) était un ethnologue genevois. Après une formation classique, il élargit son champs d’étude de la mythologie grecque vers les mythes de civilisations plus lointaines, en particulier d’Amérique du Sud et d’Océanie. Il effectue plusieurs voyages de recherche en Papouasie et en Amazonie. Il enseigne pendant de nombreuses années l’anthropologie religieuse à l’Université de Genève et participe également à plusieurs expositions du Musée d’ethnographie de la ville. C’est également un passionné de cuisine et de jazz.

Ses archives, comportant une bibliothèque, des papiers personnels et des supports audiovisuels, ont été données par son épouse, Isabelle Anex Monnier, à la Bibliothèque en 2011. Elles reflètent les nombreux centres d’intérêt du chercheur et témoignent de son ouverture d’esprit et de sa grande curiosité intellectuelle.

La Bibliothèque compte environ 2000 volumes. Plus de la moitié des titres concerne les thèmes de recherche de l’ethnologue qu’étaient les civilisations autochtones américaines et des îles du Pacifique. A côté des publications scientifiques, la bibliothèque contient aussi de la littérature grise, des livres anciens de la seconde moitié du 19e siècle, des romans populaires, des bandes dessinées et des livres de cuisine. Parmi les langues représentées, on trouve diverses langues européennes (français, anglais, espagnol, hollandais, allemand, portugais), ainsi que des langues indonésiennes (kâté, batak, …) ou sud-américaines (quechua, aymara, pilagá, guajiro, tarahumara, matsiguenga, …).

Les documents des archives à proprement parler permettent de retracer les activités d’enseignement et de recherche sur le terrain, ainsi que différents projets de publications ou d’expositions menés par le chercheur. Les archives contiennent ainsi l’ensemble des cours donnés à l’Université, le matériel de terrain (questionnaires, enregistrements, photographies, carnets,…), les données de recherche (vocabulaire, recueil …) et les textes de nombreuses conférences données en Suisse et à l’étranger, aussi bien dans des universités que dans des lieux de culture alternative. Parmi les différents projets de l’ethnologue, on peut citer ses efforts pour mieux faire connaître la culture batak de Sumatra (publication d’un manuscrit inédit, bande dessinée en batak) et les ébauches d’un livre de cuisine. Une petite collection d’affiches de concert et de coupures de presse témoigne enfin de la carrière de saxophoniste d’Alain Monnier.

Alain Monnier

Fonds Indochine

Alexandre Casella a dirigé le Centre Asie de 1972 à 1975. Il a ainsi rassemblé un important fonds sur l’Indochine, par intérêt tant personnel que professionnel. En effet, durant les années 1965-1975, A. Casella a couvert le Vietnam en tant que correspondant de guerre. Il a ouvert à Hanoï le premier bureau du Haut-Commissariat pour les réfugiés (UNHCR) au Vietnam.

Le fonds est constitué de documents et périodiques ayant trait à la guerre du Vietnam, sur son territoire et dans la région, ainsi qu’à ses répercussions. Il comprend également des publications et des revues provenant du Laos et du Cambodge, couvrant essentiellement la période 1970-1975.

Citons, pour information, le quotidien Giai Phong, édité en 1975 à Ho-Chi-Minh-Ville et interdit d’exportation, qu’Alexandre Casella a réussi à ramener en Suisse. On peut également noter l’étude de Michel Barde intitulé « La Croix-Rouge et la révolution indochinoise. Histoire du Comité international de la Croix-Rouge dans la guerre du Vietnam ».

Alexandre Casella

Fonds Afghanistan

Pierre Centlivres est anthropologue, professeur honoraire et ancien directeur de l’Institut d’ethnologie de l’Université de Neuchâtel ; il a été conseiller au Musée national afghan à Kaboul de 1964 à 1966.
Micheline Centlivres-Demont est ethnologue et rédacteur d'Afghanistan Info depuis 1980.

Ces grands spécialistes de l’Afghanistan ont effectué de longs séjours de recherche entre 1966 et 2005, sont devenus des observateurs attentifs de l’histoire tourmentée de ce pays. Ils ont rapporté une quantité impressionnante de documents dont le fonds qu’ils ont donné au Centre d’études asiatiques.

Celui-ci comprend des périodiques, des coupures de presse, des rapports, des cartes et enfin une grande quantité de documents divers. Les sujets principaux de cette documentation sont : les évènements politiques, les réfugiés et la diaspora afghane. Il couvre principalement la période des années 1980 à nos jours avec quelques documents remontant aux années 1950.

Deux autres fonds sont en cours de réalisation : un fonds à la Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire de Lausanne qui comprendra plus de 5000 ouvrages, des revues, des cartes et notamment une collection d’images pieuses et politiques du Proche et du Moyen-Orient, ainsi qu’un fonds au Musée de l’Elysée, fort de milliers de photographies.

Pierre Centlivres

Series 10. Meetings Coverage

1) Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Instrument Banning Nuclear Weapons Adopts Treaty by 122 Votes in Favour, 1 against, 1 Abstention, 7 July 2017
2) Treaty Would Pave Way to Eliminating Only Unbanned Weapon of Mass Destruction, Civil Society Groups Tell Conference Negotiating Legally Binding Instrument, 6 July 2017
3) Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Decides to Retain Entire Revised Text, Reinstate Language on Assistance for Victims, 5 July 2017
4) Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Treaty Aimed at Banning Nuclear Weapons Considers Newly Revised Draft Set for Approval by Capitals, 3 July 2017
5) Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Instrument Banning Nuclear Weapons Approves Revised Indicative Timetable, 30 June 2017
6) Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Instrument on Banning Nuclear Weapons Takes Note of Revised Indicative Timetable for Coming Week, 23 June 2017
7) Conference Concludes First Reading of Draft Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, 21 June 2017
8) Focus on State Obligations to Assist Explosion Victims, as Conference Continues Negotiations on Legally Binding Instrument Banning Nuclear Weapons, 20 June 2017
9) Member States Consider How to Improve Draft as Conference Continues Debate on Legally Binding Instrument to Ban Nuclear Weapons, 19 June 2017
10) Obligations of States Parties Should Include Destroying Existing Nuclear Arsenals, Speakers Say, as Talks on Legally Binding Instrument Continue, 16 June 2017
11) Need for World Free of Nuclear Weapons More Urgent than Ever, Top United Nations Disarmament Official Tells Delegates Negotiating Legally Binding Instrument, 15 June 2017
12) United Nations Conference to Negotiate Ban on Nuclear Weapons Holds First Organizational Meeting, Adopts Agenda for 2017 Substantive Session, 16 February 2017

Series 11. Press Releases

1) Secretary-General Welcomes Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 7 July 2017
2) United Nations Conference to Negotiate Legally Binding Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons Will Hold Second Substantive Session, 15 June - 7 July [2017], 14 June 2017
3) United Nations Conference on Legally Binding Instrument Leading towards Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Set for Headquarters, 27-31 March 2017, 22 March 2017

Series 13. Working Papers by Participating States, International Organizations and Entities

1) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.6 : A need for a verification mechanism at this stage for the Treaty to Ban Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Chile, Sweden, Uganda, 10 May 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.6 : A need for a verification mechanism at this stage for the Treaty to Ban Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Chile, Sweden, Uganda: [Draft], [s.d.]
3) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.5 : Definition of a nuclear weapon in a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapon. Submitted by Sweden, 10 May 2017
4) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.4 : Possible Elements for the UN Nuclear-Weapon-Ban Treaty. Submitted by Papua New Guinea, 10 May 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.3 : Advance Unedited Version : Topic 1: Principles and Objectives and Preambular Elements. Submitted by Colombia, 5 April 2017
6) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.3 : Topic 1: Principles and Objectives and Preambular Elements. Submitted by Colombia, 5 April 2017
7) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.2 : Advance Unedited Version : Elements of a treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons. Submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross, 31 March 2017
8) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.2 : Elements of a treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons. Submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross, 31 March 2017
9) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.1 : Advance Unedited Version : Recommendations for the negotiation of a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weatpons, leading towards their total elimination, Submitted by the Secretariat of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean - OPANAL, 23 March 2017
10) A/CONF.229/2017/WP.1 : Recommendations for the negotiation of a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weatpons, leading towards their total elimination, Submitted by the Secretariat of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean - OPANAL, 23 March 2017
11) Swiss Non Paper - Elements for the Presidency: [Draft], [s.d.]
12) Working Paper XX: Sweden: Definition of a nuclear weapon in a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons. [Draft], [s.d.]

Series 1. Basic Documents

1) Draft Rules of Procedure (A/AC.286/L.1). UNGA Rules of Procedure (A/520/Rev.17). Views by Member States. Comments, [March 2017]
2) A/RES/71/258 : Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 23 December 2016, 11 January 2017
3) Scenarios for the adoption of the Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, [2017]
4) A/RES/71/258 : Resolución aprobada por la Asamblea General el 23 de deciembre de 2016, 11 de enero 2017
5) A/RES/71/67 : Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 5 December 2016, 14 December 2016
6) A/71/371 : General Assembly. Seventy-first session. Item 99 (kk) of the provisional agenda. General and complete disarmament: Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations. Note by the Secretary-General, 1 September 2016
7) A/AC.286/WP.34 : Open-ended Working Group taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations1. Geneva 2016. Item 5 of the agenda. Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations. Addressing nuclear disarmament: Recommendations from the perspective of nuclear-weapon-free zones. Submitted by Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico and Zambia, 28 April 2016
8) A/AC.286/2
: Open-ended Working Group taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations1. Geneva 2016. Item 5 of the agenda. Synthesis paper, 20 April 2016
9) A/AC.286/WP.16 : Open-ended Working Group taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations1. Geneva 2016. Item 5 of the agenda. Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations. The existence of a "legal gap". Submitted by the Netherlands, 12 April 2016
10) A/AC.286/WP.17 : Open-ended Working Group taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations1. Geneva 2016. Item 5 of the agenda. Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations. A legally-binding instrument that will need to be concluded to attain and maintain a world without nuclear weapons: a prohibition on nuclear weapons. Submitted by Mexico, 12 April 2016
11) [Background document] : Taking forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations, 27-31 March 2017/15 June-07 July 2017, New York, [2016?]

Series 2. Agenda and Rules of Procedure

1) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.3 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 3 July to 7 July, 30 June 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.2 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 26 June to 30 June, 23 June 2017
3) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.1/Rev.1 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 15 June to 23 June, 12 June 2017
4) Draft Rules of Procedure of the Conference, 31 March 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/L.1 : Provisional rules of procedure of the United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination, 7 March 2017
6) Informal Consultations : The United Nations Conference to Negociate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading towards their Total Elimination, 1 March 2017
7) Draft Rules of Procedure of the Conference, [March 2017?]
8) A/CONF.229/2017/3 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 27 March to 31 March, 22 February 2017
9) A/CONF.229/2017/2 : Agenda, 22 February 2017
10) Agenda, Indicative Timetable, Rules of Procedure: Provisional/First Versions, [February 2017?]
11) The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), July 1, 1968, 2000
12) Status of Palestine in the United Nations and its conferences, 1998

Series 3. Statements

1) Switzerland 31/3 : Elements for Institutional, [31 March 2017]
2) Switzerland 29/3 : Elements for Prohibitions, [29 March 2017]
3) Switzerland 29/3 : Elements for Preambular/Principles discussion, [29 March 2017]
4) Statement by H.E. Ms. Eva Walder, Ambassador for Disarmament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden at the United Nations Conference to Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading Toward Their Total Elimination, United Nations, New York : Topic 3 - Institutional arrangements and other provisions, 31 March 2017
5) Statement by H.E. Ms. Eva Walder, Ambassador for Disarmament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden at the United Nations Conference to Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading Toward Their Total Elimination, United Nations, New York : Topic 2 - Core prohibitions: effective legal measures, legal provision and norms, 29 March 2017
6) Statement by H.E. Ms. Eva Walder, Ambassador for Disarmament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden at the United Nations Conference to Negotiate a Legally Binding Instrument to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons, Leading Toward Their Total Elimination, United Nations, New York : Topic 1 - Principles and objectives, preambular elements, 28 March 2017
7) International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Briefing Note : The Non-Proliferation Treaty and the UN Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty, March 2017
8) Handwritten note, [s.d.]
9) International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Briefing Note : Negotiations of a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons (Topic 3: Institutional arrangements), March 2017
10) International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Briefing Note : Negotiations of a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons (Topic 2: Core prohibitions: effective legal measures, legal provisions and norms), March 2017
11) International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Briefing Note : Negotiations of a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons (Topic 1: Principles and objectives, preambular elements), March 2017
12) International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) Briefing Note : Negotiations of a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons (Opening session: Why a treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons will make a difference), March 2017

Series 4. Communications from the President

1) Briefing by the President of the United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination. New York, June 12, 2017, 12 June 2017
2) MCR-ONUG/2017-252 : Letter from the President of the Conference regarding briefing to be held in Geneva on 22 May [2017] on draft text of legal instrument, 16 May 2017
3) MCR-ONUG/2017-261 : Remarks by the President of the Conference during the presentation of draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons on 22 May[2017] in Geneva, 24 May 2017
4) MCR-ONUG/2017-258 : Note Verbale by the President on Draft Convention release : United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading their total elimination, 22 May 2017
5) Non-paper by the President on verification objectives for former nuclear weapon programmes
Indicative list of objectives of the verification of the completeness of its inventory of nuclear material and nuclear installations in States Parties that have manufactured, possessed or otherwise acquired nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices after 5 December 2001, [s.d.]

Series 5. Conference Documents

1) A/72/206 : Report of the United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination, 24 July 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/8 : Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 7 July 2017
3) A/CONF.229/2017/7 : Report of the Credentials Committee, 6 July 2017
4) A/CONF.229/2017/6 : Note Verbale dated 20 June 2017 from the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination, 20 June 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/5 : Rules of procedure of the United Nations conference to negotiate a a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination, 13 June 2017
6) A/CONF.229/2017/4 : Participation of non-governmental organizations in the conference, 22 February 2017
7) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.3 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 3 July to 7 July, 30 June 2017
8) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.2 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 26 June to 30 June, 23 June 2017
9) A/CONF.229/2017/3/Add.1/Rev.1 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 15 June to 23 June, 12 June 2017
10) A/CONF.229/2017/3 : Indicative timetable for the meetings of the conference, 27 March to 31 March, 22 February 2017
11) A/CONF.229/2017/2 : Provisional agenda of the Conference, 22 February 2017
12) A/CONF.229/2017/1 : Provisional agenda of the organizational session, 26 January 2017
13) Draft documents : A/CONF.229/2017/L.3/Rev.1 : Draft Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 6 July 2017
14) Draft documents : A/CONF.229/2017/L.3 : Draft Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 3 July 2017
15) Draft documents : A/CONF.229/2017/L.2 : Draft report of the United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination, 30 June 2017
16) Draft documents : A/CONF.229/2017/L.1 : Provisional rules of procedure of the Conference, 7 March 2017
17) Conference Room Papers : A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.3 : Substantive revisions to A/CONF.229/2017/L.X. Submitted by the President of the Conference, 6 July 2017
18) Conference Room Papers : A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.2 : Comments of the International Committee of the Red Cross on key provisions of the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross, 14 June 2017
19) Conference Room Papers : A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1/Rev.1 : Draft Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the President of the Conference, 27 June 2017
20) Drafts/First versions from May 2017, 17 May 2017
21) Conference Room Papers : A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1 : Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the President of the Conference. Revised preamble - 20 June 2017, 20 June 2017
22) Conference Room Papers : A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1 : Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the President of the Conference, 22 May 2017
23) Papers by the facilitators : Article 1 ; Articles 2 to 5 ; Articles 6 to 8 ; Articles 9 to 21, 30 June 2017
24) Non paper by the secretariat : Comment on the draft final clauses - Office of Legal Affairs, [s.d.]
25) (Draft) Non-paper by the President : Indicative list of objectives of the verification of the completeness of its inventory of nuclear material and nuclear installations in States Parties that have manufactured, possessed or otherwise acquired nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices after 5 Devember 2001: Comments and notes on preliminary articles, [s.d.]

Series 6. Conference Room Papers

1) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.3 : Substantive revisions to A/CONF.229/2017/L.X. Submitted by the President of the Conference, 6 July 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.3 : Substantive revisions to A/CONF.229/2017/L.X. Submitted by the President of the Conference: Annotated copy, 6 July 2017
3) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.2 : Comments of the International Committee of the Red Cross on key provisions of the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross, 14 June 2017
4) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1/Rev.1 : Draft Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 27 June 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1 : Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by the President of the Conference. Revised preamble - 20 June 2017, 22 May 2017
6) A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1 : Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 22 May 2017
7) A/72/ : General Assembly : Presentación del Informe de la Conferencia ante la Primera Comisión. Embajadora Elayne Whyte Gómez, Presidenta de la Conferencia, [s.d.]

Series 7. Other Documents of the Conference

1) Comments and ammendments received from States on the draft treaty : Compilation of amendments received from States on the revised draft text submitted by the President dated 30 June 2017 (A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1/Rev.1), 27 June [2017]
2) Comments and ammendments received from States on the draft treaty : Comments by Liechtenstein on 22 May 2017 Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1), 22 May 2017
3) Comments and ammendments received from States on the draft treaty : Compilation of amendments received from States on the revised draft submitted by the President dated 29 June 2017 (A/CONF.229/2017/CRP.1/Rev.1), 27 June 2017
4) Comments and ammendments received from States on South Africa's proposal : Compilation of amendments received from States on the President's draft text and South Africa's proposal - 29 June 2017: Compilation of amendments received from States on the preamble, 29 June 2017
5) Convocation Letters : English ; Español ; Français, 2 February 2017

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