United Nations Disarmament Information Programme
Programme d'information des Nations Unies sur le désarmement
Programa de Naciones Unidas de Información Desarme
Established by unanimous decision of Member States of the A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), of 2nd special session of United Nations General Assembly devoted to disarmament - resolution 37/100 I adopted by General Assembly, 13 Dec 1982. Current title adopted after resolution 47/53 D of 9 Dec 1992. No activities reported since 2004.
Promote public understanding, awareness and support of United Nations efforts in disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control by implementing a multifaceted information, education and outreach programme.
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Managed by the Information and Outreach Branch of the Office for Disarmament Affairs within the UN Secretariat.
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