Environmental Security and Sustainability

2015 Apr 07th

The Winds of Chemical Warfare screening in Lausanne

This film provides a broad history of the use of chemical weapons, as well as the efforts to outlaw and eliminate them. It offers a rare look at the implementation of a global treaty that has been both voluntary and highly effective at addressing the threat of chemical weapons.

Espace Dickens

Dickens 4

1006 Lausanne

Film Screening:

From 18:00 until 19:00

Panel Discussion and

Audience Questions:

From 19:00 until 20:00

The panel discussion will explore some of the current and future challenges around controlling and destroying chemical weapons, such as how the Chemical Weapons Convention can deal with non-­state actors armed with chemical agents, and what the next steps are for the OPCW’s mandate.

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