Education is an important part of the disarmament that is global, and that’s why it’s important when it comes to un Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) to guide the new generation of leaders in this industry through the UN’s internship programme. It is on the basis of the 2002 UN Study on Disarmament and Non-proliferation Education (A/57/124) which identified the target to give knowledge and abilities to people to enable them in order to make their share, as national and globe residents, into the success of tangible disarmament and non-proliferation measures while the ultimate aim of basic and complete disarmament under effective worldwide control.
One unique programme that links disarmament training with sustained efforts at worldwide cooperation may be the twin Degree Master’s system in Nonproliferation Studies, founded in partnership between Moscow State Institute of Overseas Relations (MGIMO), Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS) and two leading Russian and US nonproliferation think tanks – the PIR Center while the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
UNODA interns Yury Medvedev and Vladislav Chernavskikh.
The program gathers together inspired young people from Russia, the usa, and European countries to equip all of them with strong knowledge of historic and current trends into the disarmament, nonproliferation and arms control regime. Read More