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To suggest an event for the calendar of upcoming events, actions, and advocacy opportunities please contact us.

2019

March

Mar. 11: El próximo lunes día 11 de Marzo, a partir de las 6 de la tarde, se presentará la Campaña “Stop Killer Robots” en Madrid. El evento tendrá lugar en el Circulo de Bellas Artes, Calle de Alcalá, 42 y contará con la presencia de miembros de la campaña así como representantes del ICRAC, Centre Delàs d’estudis per la Pau, FundiPAU, DemosPaz y CEIPAZ. El objetivo del evento es concienciar a la población sobre la importancia de desarrollar un tratado internacional vinculante que prohíba el uso y desarrollo de armamento completamente Autónomo. Para más información sobre el evento: Joaquín Rodríguez Álvarez, Joaquin.rodriguez@uab.cat

Mar. 21-22: Global meeting of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots and public event in Berlin, Germany

Mar. 25-29: Seventh Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) meeting on lethal autonomous weapons systems at UN Geneva chaired by Mr. Ljupco Jivan Gjorgjinski of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – with campaign delegation.

April

Apr. 18-19: Regional Campaign to Stop Killer Robots meeting hosted by the Center for International Security Policy in Astana, Kazakhstan

June

Apr. 18-19: Regional Campaign to Stop Killer Robots meeting hosted by the Center for International Security Policy in Astana, Kazakhstan

June 26-28: (Medellin, Colombia) Regional Campaign to Stop Killer Robots meeting hosted by SEHLAC and outreach at the General Assembly of the Organization of American States in Medellín, Colombia

August

Aug. 20-21: Eighth Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) meeting on lethal autonomous weapons systems at UN Geneva – with campaign delegation.

October

Oct: 74th session of UN General Assembly First Committee on Disarmament and International Security – campaign delegation. Humanitarian disarmament forum.

November

Nov. 13-15: Annual CCW meeting with decision on deliberations on killer robots in 2020.

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