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DDC : santé

  • 4.15.20.SEP 146/3-148/1
  • Dossier
  • 1979-1981 ; 1983-1989 ; 1991-1999 ; 2001
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Généralités

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

Mauritanie

  • 4.15.16.SEP 124/4-126/20
  • Dossier
  • [s.d.] ; 1980 ; 1986-1997
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Hydraulique

  • 4.15.12.SEP 114/1-117/5
  • Dossier
  • 1971 ; 1973-1974 ; 1976-1977 ; 1979-1984 ; 1986-1988 ; 1990-1992 ; 1996 ; 1998
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

115/1 : Le point d'eau au village : manuel de formation de formateurs villageois

Hydraulique

  • 4.15.11.SEP 88/4-94/10
  • Dossier
  • [s.d.] ; 1970 ; 1972 ; 1974 ; 1976-1977 ; 1979 ; [198?] ; 1981-1991 ; 1993-2001 ; 2005
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Alphabétisation

  • 4.15.11.SEP 84/1-85/15
  • Dossier
  • s.d. ; 1967-1968 ; 1972 ; 1974-1982
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Documents nationaux

Santé

  • 4.15.11.SEP 83/10-14
  • Dossier
  • s.d. ; 1982-1986
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Généralités

  • 4.15.11.SEP 79/1-83/9
  • Dossier
  • 1973 ; 1978-1979 ; 1981 ; 1985-1988 ; 1990-2001
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

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

Documents World Bank, UNDP, Organisation panaméricaine de la santé

Gadri, Najet

Programme santé

  • 4.15.1.SEP 1/1-3/1
  • Dossier
  • 1972 ; 1981-1982 ; 1987-1991 ; 1993-2000
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

IUED. Service études et projets

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.

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

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

Series 17. Correspondance

[Submission of the first draft of the Convention presented on 22 May 2017]
Draft legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination and related correspondance, 16-24 May 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

  • 4.13.A/CONF.229 3/2-4
  • Dossier
  • 13 March 2017
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Letter from Elayne Whyte Gómez to the ambassadors of the missions to forward to the foreign ministers introducing the Conference and inviting them to the opening meeting of March 27, 2017 (First part of the Conference)
1) A-H
2) I-O
3) P-Z

Series 17. Correspondance

  • 4.13.A/CONF.229 3/1
  • Pièce
  • 24 February 2017
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Invitation letter from Elayne Whyte Gómez to all Permanent Missions to the United Nations to a briefing and informal consultations related to the United Nations Conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination

Series 16. Background Documents. Institutional Papers

10) Declaración sobre el tratado para la prohibiciónde las armas nucleares, 23 November 2017
11) NPT and UN Nuclear Ban: Friends not Rivals, 3 May 2017
12) 2017 NPT Preparatory Committee, 2017
13) The Treatment of the Issue of Nuclear Disarmament since the Open-Ended Working Group in 2013 (UNIDIR OEWG Brief no. 2), 15 February 2016
14) A Prohibition on Nuclear Weapons: A guide to the issues, February 2016
15) NPT/CONF.2015/50 (Part I) : 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Final Document, Part I: Organization and work of the Conference, New York, 2015, 2015
16) Pledge presented at the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons by Austrian Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Linhart, 8-9 December 2014, 8-9 December 2014
17) Filling the Gap: Report on the third Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, Vienna, 8-9 December 2014, 8-9 December 2014
18) Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons: Report and Summary of Findings of the Conference, 8-9 December 2014
19) Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons: Report and Summary of Findings of the Conference, 8-9 December 2014
20) Nuclear Weapon Free Zones and Banning Nuclear Weapons, April 2014
21) Second Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons: Chair's Summary, Nayarit, Mexico, 13-14 February 2014, 13-14 February 2014
22) Chair's Summary Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, Oslo 4-5 March 2013, 4-5 March 2013
23) The "Legal Gap": Recommendations to the OEWG on taking forward nuclear disarmament negotiations, [s.d.]

Parlamento latinoamericano y caribeño

Series 16. Background Documents. Academic Research Papers

1) Options for Text of Environmental Remediation Provision, May 2017
2) Dirección General de Politíca Exterior. Costa Rica designata para presidir la conferencia de las Naciones Unidas que negociará un instrumento vinculante de prohibición de la armas nucleares. Febrero 2017, February 2017
3) The legal meaning and implications of Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, 2014
4) Obama speech nuclear disarmament, Berlin, 19 June 2013
5) Nuclear proliferation, [2011?]
6) Obama speech nuclear disarmament Prague full text, 5 April 2009
7) Use of nuclear weapons and protection of the environment during international armed conflict, [2008?]
8) Hacia la prohibición de la armas nucleares, [s.d.]
9) Hacia la prohibición de la armas nucleares: Annotated copy, [s.d.]

Docherty, Bonnie

Series 15. Informal Consultations

1) Highlights of the first substantive session, 27 April 2017
2) Untitled document, 31 March 2017
3) Talking points for the President of the Conference, 22 March 2017
4) Notes for the President, 22 March 2017
5) Palabras del Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores S.E. Manuel Gonzalez Sanz, 28 February 2017
6) Fase 1. De 25 de enero hasta la Sesión Organizativa del 16 de febrero, 2017. Concluida, 25 January 2017
7) Aniversario del Tratado de Tlatelolco. Palabras de la Embajadora Elayne Whyte. 14 de febrero de 2017, Ciudad de México, México, 14 February 2017
8) Dirección General de Politíca Exterior. Costa Rica designata para presidir la conferencia de las Naciones Unidas que negociará un instrumento vinculante de prohibición de la armas nucleares. Febrero 2017, February 2017
9) This is Our Moment to Rid the World of Nukes: [draft], [s.d.]
10) NPDI Kwy Messages to engage NWS in Geneva ahead of NPT PrepCom, [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 8. Information Notes

1) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/4 : List of participants, 23 June 2017
2) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/3 (Advance Unedited Version) : List of non-governmental organizations, 24 March 2017
3) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/2/Add.1 : Information for civil society representatives. Note by the Secretariat, 18 May 2017
4) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/2 : Information for civil society representatives. Note by the Secretariat, 22 February 2017
5) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/1/Corr.1 (Advance Unedited Version of the Corrigendum) : Information for participants. Note by the Secretariat, 15 March 2017
6) A/CONF.229/2017/INF/1* : Information for participants. Note by the Secretariat, 1 June 2017

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