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Volume 2, no 1, juillet 1997

Centre international des droits de la personne et du développement démocratique (CIDPDD)

Rapport semestriel

Association burundaise pour la défense des droits des prisonniers (ABDP)

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

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 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 14. Working Papers by NGOs (Submissions)

1) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.49 : Recommendations to Improve Aspects of the July 3 Draft Text July 5, 2017. Submitted by Arms Control Association, 5 July 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.48 : Projet de Traité d'interdiction des armes nucléaires. Document de travail d'ACDN - 30 juin 2017 : Draft Ban Treaty. ACDN Working Paper - 30 June 2017, 3 July 2017
3) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.47 : Commenti sulla bozza di testo in vista della seconda Sessione di Negoziati alle Nazioni Unite. Presenta Dal Gruppo ICAN (Campagna Senzatomica and Rete Italiana per il Disarmo) : Comments and notes on the Treaty draft text in view of the second Session of Negotiations at United Nations. Submitted by International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), 27 June 2017
4) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.46
A Path to Universality through Cooperative, Transparent, Verifiable and Irreversible Disarmament. Submitted by Princeton University, 22 June 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.45 : Never Forget the Good. Submitted by Global Security Institute, 22 June 2017
6) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.44 : Un contributo da Trieste perché la Convenzione per proibire le armi nucleari consideri l’avvio di case studies, per i porti che bisogna denuclearizzare, sul rischio relativo alle armi nucleari a bordo di navi e sommergibili. Submitted by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF Italia) in collaboration with Disarmisti Esigenti, 20 June 2017
7) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.43 : Youth Perspective on "The draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons". Submitted by Amplify Youth Network – Generation of Change, 19 June 2017
8) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.42 : Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons – Peace Boat's proposals on the draft. Submitted by Peace Boat, 16 June 2017
9) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.41 : Un contributo perché la Convenzione per proibire le armi nucleari consideri la minaccia climatica dal punto di vista di una base comune rispetto alla minaccia "atomica": il diritto dell'Umanità alla sopravvivenza. Submitted by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF Italia) in collaboration with Disarmisti Esigenti, 15 June 2017
10) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.40 : Forbidding financing: a prohibition on the financing of nuclear weapon producers. Submitted by PAX, 15 June 2017
11) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.39 : The dangers of nuclear deterrence, and the threat of use of nuclear weapons: important elements to include in a legally binding instrument. Submitted by Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, 14 June 2017
12) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.38 : Nuclear-Armed States, Positive Obligations, Institutional Issues, and Final Clauses: Further Comments. Submitted by International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, 14 June 2017
13) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.37 : Prohibitions and the Preamble: Further Comments. Submitted by International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, 14 June 2017
14) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.36 : Strengthening the Positive Obligations on Victim Assistance,Environmental Remediation and Norm Promotion in the Draft Convention for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Pace University, 13 June 2017
15) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.35 : A proposal of amendments to the 'Ban Treaty draft' transmitted on May 22nd, 2017 by the president of the Conference Elayne Whyte Gómez. Submitted by Abolition des Armes Nucléaires–Maison de Vigilance, 13 June 2017
16) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.34 : A prohibition on financing in the nuclear weapon ban treaty. Submitted by Article 36. Authored by International Human Rights Clinic, Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, 12 June 2017
17) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.33 : Environmental remediation in the nuclear weapon ban treaty: A comprehensive and detailed approach. Submitted by Article 36. Authored with the International Human Rights Clinic, Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, 9 June 2017
18) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.32 : Victim assistance in the nuclear weapon ban treaty: a comprehensive and detailed approach. Submitted by Article 36. Authored with the International Human Rights Clinic, Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School, 9 June 2017
19) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.31 : Предложения by Center for International Security and Policy к проекту Конвенции по запрету ядерного оружия : Proposals by Center for International Security and Policy to the draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, 9 June 2017
20) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.30 : Comments on the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, submitted by International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), 8 June 2017
21) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.29 : All nuclear weapon states maintain and operate facilities capable of prompt, complete national nuclear disarmament, submitted by the Los Alamos Study Group. June 6, 2017, 7 June 2017
22) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.28 : The Convention Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons Should Not Include Disarmament, Fissile Material, or Verification Protocols; Other Comments. Submitted by the Los Alamos Study Group. June 6, 2017, 7 June 2017
23) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.27 : To Be Effective, Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Must Include Nuclear Threats, Extended Deterrence, and Military Alliances with Nuclear States (Part II); Nuclear States Must Remain Outside the Treaty, submitted by the Los Alamos Study Group. June 6, 2017, 7 June 2017
24) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.26 : To Be Effective, Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Must Include Nuclear Threats, Extended Deterrence, and Military Alliances with Nuclear States (Part I). Submitted by the Los Alamos Study Group. June 6, 2017, 7 June 2017
25) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.25 : Comments and Proposals for the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Soka Gakkai International (SGI), 6 June 2017
26) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.24 : The disproportionate impact of nuclear weapons detonations on indigenous communities. Submitted by Mines Action Canada, 2 June 2017
27) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.23 : A contribution to the drafting of an International Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty. Submitted by Abolition des Armes Nucléaires—Maison de Vigilance, 26 May 2017
28) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.22 : Humanitarian positive obligations for a Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. Submitted by Pace University, 26 May 2017
29) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.21 : Additional comments after the first conference session from a planetary health perspective. Submitted by International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), 20 April 2017
30) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.20 : Don't Take Offence and Be Late for the Party. Submitted by DIYNGO, 17 April 2017
31) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.19 : Developing a Robust Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty. Submitted by Peace Boat, 17 April 2017
32) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.18 : Topic 2: Core Prohibitions. Submitted by Arms Control Association, 31 March 2017
33) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.17 : Youth and Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament Negotiations: A Voice to be Heard. Submitted by Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, 31 March 2017
34) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.16 : The Turtle, The Horse and Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Global Security Institute, 31 March 2017
35) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.15 : Recommendations of the Secretary General of Mayors for Peace for the successful outcome of the ban treaty negotiations. Submitted by Mayors for Peace, 31 March 2017
36) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.14 : Victim Rights and Victim Assistance in a Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons: A Humanitarian Imperative. Submitted by International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), 31 March 2017
37) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.13 : Withdrawal Clauses in Arms Control Treaties: Some Reflections about a Future Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (IALANA), 31 March 2017
38) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.12 : Selected Elements of a Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms, 28 March 2017
39) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.11 : The health and humanitarian case for banning and eliminating nuclear weapons. Submitted by International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, World Medical Association, World Federation of Public Health Associations, International Council of Nurses, 28 March 2017
40) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.10 : Positive Obligations in a Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons: Stockpile Destruction, Environmental Remediation, and Victim Assistance. Submitted by Article 36, 27 March 2017
41) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.9 : Statement on the Convening of the U.N. Negotiation Conference on Banning Nuclear Weapons: Now is the Time to Agree on a Treaty Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Japan Council against A and H Bombs, 27 March 2017
42) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.8 : On the Objectives and Significance of Prohibiting Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Soka Gakkai International (SGI), 23 March 2017
43) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.7 : Proposal of a Framework Agreement on Nuclear Disarmament Containing a Protocol to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons. Submitted by Peace Depot Inc., Japan, 23 March 2017
44) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.6 : Prohibiting the financing of nuclear weapons production. Submitted by Basel Peace Office, Parliamentarians for Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament and UNFOLD ZERO, 17 March 2017
45) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.5 : Banning investment: An explicit prohibition on the financing of nuclear weapons producers. Submitted by PAX, 17 March 2017
46) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.4 : Open Letter from Mayors for Peace. Submitted by Mayors for Peace, 17 March 2017
47) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.3 : Banning nuclear weapons: positive obligations and other elements of a legally binding instrument. Submitted by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 17 March 2017
48) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.2 : Banning nuclear weapons: prohibitions of a legally binding instrument. Submitted by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 17 March 2017
49) A/CONF.229/2017/NGO/WP.1 : Banning nuclear weapons: principles and objectives of a legally binding instrument. Submitted by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 17 March 2017

Series 17. Correspondance

Invitation letter from Elayne Whyte Gómez to all Permanent Missions to the United Nations to a briefing at Palais des Nations, Geneva related to the first substantive session of the United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination

Series 17. Correspondance

Introductory letter from Elayne Whyte Gómez to all Permanent Missions to the United Nations to an open briefing related to the second session of the United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination

Mémoire vivante de l'IUED

Interviews réalisées en février-mars 2009
Réalisation par Alice Sala. Caméra : Cédric Russo

  • Auroi, Claude et transcription
  • Berthoud, Gérald et transcription
  • Blardone, Gilbert et transcription
  • Bocco, Riccardo et transcription
  • Box, Louk (La Rive Box, Louk de)
  • Carton, Michel
  • Chappatte, Serge
  • Clottu Vogel, Anne-Christine et transcription
  • Comeliau, Christian et transcription
  • Crettaz, Bernard et transcription
  • Dériaz, François et transcription
  • Dominicé, Pierre et transcription
  • Dreifuss, Ruth et transcription
  • Etienne, Gilbert et transcription
  • Fino, Daniel
  • Forster, Jacques
  • Fournier, Marc-Antoine et transcription
  • Gontard, Jean-Pierre et transcription
  • Grinevald, Jacques et transcription
  • Jacob, Jean-Pierre et transcription
  • Kellerhals, Jean et transcription
  • Lapeyre, Frédéric
  • Luisoni, Emilio et transcription
  • Maurer, Jean-Luc et transcription
  • Milbert, Isabelle et transcription
  • November, Andras
  • Perrot, Marie-Dominique et transcription
  • Reysoo, Fenneke
  • Rist, Gilbert et transcription
  • Sabelli, Fabrizio et transcription
  • Servet, Jean-Michel
  • Steppacher, Rolf
  • Vallet, Jacques
  • Ziegler, Jean

Institut universitaire d'études du développement

Santé

Programme Santé Mali Suisse (PSMS)

Santé : SIDA

Programme Santé Mali Suisse (PSMS)

ONG de développement

  • 4.15.7.SEP 68/1-70/3
  • Dossier
  • 1958 ; 1972-1973 ; 1975 ; 1977-1982 ; 1984 ; 1986 ; 1988-1990 ; 1996
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

70/1-3 : Colloque international : ONG et développement : du nord aux suds (Afrique, Amérique latine, Asie). Bordeaux, 28-30 novembre 1996

Etudes de cas UCOMEC (Unité de compostage des ordures ménagères du Cap Haïtien)

Projet conjoint GATAP (Groupe d'appui technique et d'action pédagogique) et FGC (Fédération genevoise de coopération

  • 77/1 : 1990 - phase d'identification
  • 77/2 : 1991 - phase d'identification
  • 77/3 : 1992 - phase I du programme 1991-1994
  • 77/4 : 1993 - phase I du programme 1991-1994
  • 77/5 : 1994 - phase I du programme 1991-1994
  • 78/1 : 1995 - phase II du programme 1995-1996
  • 78/2 : 1996 - phase II du programme 1995-1996
  • 78/3 : 1997 - plan d'action octobre 1996-septembre 1997
  • 78/4 : 1998 - phase IiI du programme 1997-1998

Généralités

  • 4.15.20.SEP 138/3-5
  • Dossier
  • [1980?] ; 1981 ; 1986 ; 1989-1990 ; 1992-1993
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Politique

  • 4.15.22.SEP 167/4
  • Dossier
  • 1984 ; 1991-1992 ; 1995-1996
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

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

Barcelona Stock Exchange (Spain)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ BARCELONA
  • Pièce
  • 1871/75 ; 1879/81 ; 1886/89 ; 1895-1936 ; 1940-1950 ; 1952-1970
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Junta Sindical del Colegio de Corredores Reales de Commercio de la Plaza de Barcelona (1871-1872)
  • Junta de Gobierro del Colegio de Corredores Reales de Comercio de la Plaza de Barcelona (1886-1889; 1895)
  • Junta Sindical del Colegio de Corredores Reales de Commercio de la Plaza de Barcelona (1898-1914)
  • Agentes de Cambio y Bolsa de Barcelona (1915-1916)
  • Bolsa de Comercio de Barcelona (1917-1921)
  • Colegio de Agentes de Cambio y Bolsa (1925-1928(2); 1930 (1); 1953 (Jan.-June), 1960 (Jan.-June), 1970 (Jan.-March)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Barcelona: [s.n.] (1871-1872)
  • Imprenta del Colegio (1886-1889)
  • Imprenta del Corredores reales (1895)
  • [s.n.] (1898-1901)
  • Imprenta Bajos Casa Lonja (1902-1910)
  • Impr. De la Bolsa (1911-1916)
  • Impr. de la Bolsa Bajos Casa Lonja (1917 ; 1920-1921)
  • Impr. Viuda de Luis Tasso (1925(2)-1928(2) ; 1930 (1))
  • Impr. Ideal (1953 (Jan.-June) ; 1960 (Jan.-June) ; 1970 (Jan.-March))

Bern Stock Exchange (Switzerland)

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Berner Börsenverein (1969-1970)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Bern: Fritz Pochon-Jent, Verlag des "Bund" und Buchdruckerei AG

Bucarest Stock Exchange (Romania)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ BUCAREST
  • Pièce
  • 1896-1939 ; 1940(Jan.-June) ; 1941(Dec.)-1943
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Curierului Financiar (1896 to 1901; 1910-1911)
  • Sindicul Bursei (1922)
  • Sindic al Bursei de efecte, actionu si schimb (1930)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Bucarest: [s.n.] (1896 to 1901)
  • Tipografia Cooperativă "Poporul" (1910-1911)
  • Taranu & co. (1922; 1930)

Istanbul Stock Exchange (Turkey)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ ISTANBUL
  • Pièce
  • 1871/79 (Galata) ; 1894/98-1913/14 ; 1920/21-1932(Jan.-May) (Constantinople) ; 1931(March-Dec.)-1938 ; 1948-1970 (Istanbul)
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • [s.n.] (1871)
  • Paul Lachèze (1872)
  • [s.n.] (1875)
  • Crédit Lyonnais – Agence de Constantinople (1894-1898 to 1932 (Jan.-May)
  • [s.n.] (1956 (Jan.-June); 1961 (Jan.-June); 1969 (Jan.-April); 1970 (May-Aug.)

Lille Stock Exchange (France)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ LILLE
  • Pièce
  • 1871/75-1914 ; 1919-1939/40(Jan.-May) ; 1941-1967(Jan.-Apr.) (Jan.-April)
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Compagnie des agents de change (1871-1967)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Lille : Impr. Béhague (1871-1875; 1879-1880)
  • Impr. Leleux, Lille (1881-1882; 1883-1884)
  • Impr. Verly Dubar & Cie (1885 to 1887)
  • Impr. Ducoulombier (1888-1889; 1890-1891; 1895; 1902; 1910)
  • H. Morel (1919; 1925(2); 1934(2)
  • Impr. "La Dépêche" (1943)
  • J. Morel (1953 (Jan-June)
  • Impr. Morel & Corduant (1962 (Jan.-June), 1962 (July-Dec.)

Lyon Stock Exchange (France)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ LYON 2
  • Pièce
  • 1915/16 ; 1930(1) ; 1941
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Cote officielle de la Compagnie des agents de change près la Bourse de Lyon, 1930(1)
Cours quotidien des négociations des valeurs non cotées, 1915/16 ; 1941

Mexico City. Boletín de la Bolsa de México (Mexico)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ MEXICO CITY 1
  • Pièce
  • 1897-1902 ; 1936-1940 ; 1948-1954 ; 1968 (Feb.-June)-1970
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Bolsa Mercantil de México

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Publ. De la Bolsa de Valores de Mexico S.A. de C. V. (1968 (Feb.-June) to 1969 (July-Dec.)

Nancy Stock Exchange (France)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ NANCY
  • Pièce
  • 1922/23-1940(Jan.-May) ; 1946(Oct.-Dec.)-1968
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Compagnie des agents de change de Nancy/Edition de l’Office économique de l’Est (1924; 1931)
  • Compagnie des agents de change de Nancy (1948; 1952)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Nancy : Imprimerie Lorraine, Rigot et cie (1924; 1931)
  • Impr. Grandville (1948; 1952)

Paris. Cours authentique et officiel (France)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ PARIS 1
  • Pièce
  • 1870-1874 ; 1876-1978
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Compagnie des Agents de change de Paris (1879 (1er trimestre); 1884(I); 1895 (4e trimestre); 1896 (2e trimestre); 1903(2); 1912(2); 1925(3); 1936 (Jan.-Feb.); 1943 (July-Dec.); 1948 (Jan.-April) 1957 (June); 1960 (Nov.); 1968 (May); 1970 (16-30th April); 1977 (August-II)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Paris: C. de Mourgues Frères (1879 (1er trimestre); 1884(I)
  • E. Rossler (1895 (4e trimestre); 1896 (2e trimestre)
  • Impr. du Syndicat des Agents de change de Paris (1903 (2); 1912(2); 1925(3); 1936 (Jan.-Feb.); 1943 (July-Dec.); 1948 (Jan.-April); 1957 (June); 1960 (Nov.); 1968 (May); 1970 (16-30th April); 1977 (August-II)

Tokyo Stock Exchange (Japan)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ TOKYO
  • Pièce
  • 1905/07-1910 ; 1913-1917 ; 1919/22-1923/31 ; 1932-1940 ; 1961-1976 ; 1978-1980 ; 1982-1983
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Daily Report of the Momijiya: R. Kanda, ed. S. Sakumai, publ. & print., Tokyo (1908)
  • K. Kawaguchi, publ. & print., Tokyo (1908-1909; 1910)
    See below (Notes) for the other publications

Tunis Stock Exchange (Tunisia)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ TUNIS
  • Pièce
  • 1935-1940 ; 1947-1967
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Crédit Lyonnais - Agence de Tunis au Siège central (1947; 1948)
  • Office tunisien de cotation des valeurs mobilières (vol. 1949 to 1960)
  • Le Courrier financier de Tunisie (1965)

Place of Publication & Name of Publisher:

  • Tunis: [s.n] (vol. 1947 to 1958)
  • Impr. "La Rapide" (1959; 1960)
  • [s.n.] (1965)

Valparaiso Stock Exchange (Chile)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ VALPARAISO
  • Pièce
  • 1890-1899 ; 1906-1918 ; 1927-1930
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Jackson & sons (1890 to 1893)
  • Jackson Brothers, brokers (1893 to 1918)

Vienna Stock Exchange (Austria)

  • 4.16.1.CMoW SEQ VIENNA
  • Pièce
  • 1868-1914 ; 1919-1925 ; 1929-1944 ; 1949-1970
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Author(s)/Editor(s):

  • Maklerkammer der Wiener Börse (1948(Nov.-Dec.)-1948(Jan.-June), 1949 (July-Dec.), 1950 (Jan.-June)

Bourse de Paris et Bourses françaises

  • 4.16.2.CMoW FINTEL FRANCE 2
  • Pièce
  • 1869-1874 ; 1876 ; 1883 ; 1893-1898
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

1) Bourses françaises, 1883
2) Bourses françaises : cotes officielles, 1893-1898. Cours Desfossés, 1876
3) Desfossés-Lyon-Marseille, 1893-1894. Desfossés et Cie, 1895-1898
4-12) Bourses françaises : Paris, Lyon, Marseille, 1869-1874

Table des matières et résumé exécutif du rapport préparé par le Centre international des droits de la personne et du développement démocratique et l'Association africaine pour la défense des droits de l'homme en République démocratique du Congo (Kinshasa) (ASADHO)

Commission internationale non-gouvernementale sur les violations massives des droits humains en République démocratique du Congo (Ex-Zaïre), 1996-1997 (CIDPP)

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