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Schweiz. Finanz Markt Schweiz

Jan. 1998-Apr. 1999 ; June-Oct. 1999 ; Jan. 2000-Feb. 2001 ; Apr. 2001-Dec. 2006

Capital International

Conférence. Egypte

  • Books or bombs? Sustainable disarmament for sustainable development: annual seminar, Alexandria, 11-12 November, 2007

Conférence. Italie

  • Focus group: Peace and human security in the U.N. reform, Firenze, 25-27 September, 2004

Conférence. Russie

  • Global security, national interests - the role of civil society: international conference, Moscow, 25-28 September, 1997

Conférences, séminaires. Suisse

-5/9 : Requirements for a world at peace: international conference, Jongny-sur-Vevey, 30 août-3 septembre 1965
5/10 : General and complete disarmament, Geneva, 25-29 September, 1972
5/11 : Workshop on education for disarmament, Geneva, 8 November, 1979
5/12 : The illegality of weapons of societal destruction: seminar, Geneva, 14-15 September, 1984
5/13 : Current status of disarmament negotiations, Geneva, September, 1985
6/1 : Centenaire de l'IPB : cérémonie, Berne 29 novembre 1991 ; Exposition et conférence, Genève, 1992
6/2 : World court project, Geneva, 14-15 May, 1992
6/3 : Seminar on nuclear non-proliferation, Geneva, 17 May, 1993
6/4 : Terrorism, war and the global order: international conference, Geneva, 14 November, 2001
6/5 : Disarmament for development: seminar, Geneva, 16 June, [2006]

IPB News

8/1 : 1990-1995
8/2 : 1996-2003
8/3 : 2004-2007
9/1 : 2008 (including IPB International events calender)
9/2 : 2009-2013 (including IPB International events calender)

The Hague Appeal for Peace

13/3: The Hague Appeal for Peace Initiative 1899-1999 project outline (1993)
13/4-5: Coordinating Committee ; Organizing Committee ; Executive Committee ; Board of Directors ; International Committee ; Budget Committee ; Financial statements (2001/02-2003/04) (1997-2006)
13/6: The Hague Appeal for Peace Prize ; Correspondence (1999-2001)
14/1: 1999 Conference follow-up events and conferences (1999-2001) ; Centennial of the Russian Initiative: from the First Peace Conference 1899 to the Third 1999, 22-25 June 1999 ; Asian Parliamentarians' Conference for Peace and Cooperation, 1-4 September 1999
14/2-3: Post 1999 Conference reports, projects and activities (1999-2003)
14/4: Peace education (1997-2000)

The Hague Appeal for Peace. Peace Education

16/3-4: Global Campaign for Peace Education ; Youth kit (2001-2004)
16/5: Peace Lessons from Around the World / Andrea S. Libresco, Jeannette Balantic, co-editors. - New York : Hague Appeal for Peace, [2004]. - 144 p. : ill.

Fundraising

  • 4.11.IPB 19/1-20/3
  • Dossier
  • 1935 ; 1970 ; 1973 ; 1981-2016
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Funding ; grant applications ; donations

Seminar and project

  • History of Peace Movements Seminar (1990)
  • Genève : un lien pour la paix (2001-2004)

Annual General Meeting

  • 4.11.IPB 22/3-4
  • Dossier
  • 1963-1972 ; 1974-1975 ; 1977-1980
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Programmes ; lists of participants ; (draft) minutes ; reports

World Court Project

Presentation , launch, minutes of meetings, reports, statements, press releases, financial documents

IPB Council

  • (Draft) minutes
  • (Draft) agendas
  • Reports

Communications

  • Circulaires
  • Communications to Council members
  • Reports
  • Meeting minutes

IPB Steering Committee

(Draft) minutes ; (draft) agendas ; conference calls ; elections ; papers ; reports ; notes

Series 2. Agenda and Rules of Procedure

  • 4.13.A/CONF.229 1/3
  • Dossier
  • 1998 ; 2000 ; 2017
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

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 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

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.]

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.

Santé

45/1 : Initiative de Bamako, 1989-1990
51/9 : formation
52/7 : Bureau PSMS - phase 7 : rapports de mission, 1995-1998

Programme Santé Mali Suisse (PSMS)

Coopération

63/5 : collaboration avec le CICR
63/6 : aide internationale
63/7 : programme d'assistance de la BAfD

Programme Santé Mali Suisse (PSMS)

Projets

  • 4.15.7.SEP 28/2-3
  • Dossier
  • 1983 ; 1985 ; 1987-1988 ; 1991
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Planification

  • 4.15.7.SEP 28/4-29/3
  • Dossier
  • 1968 ; 1970 ; 1972-1975 ; 1977 ; 1981-1982 ; 1984 ; 1986
  • Fait partie de Fonds spéciaux

Santé

  • 4.15.11.SEP 83/10-14
  • Dossier
  • s.d. ; 1982-1986
  • 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

DDC : santé

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

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