Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction

This page will be regularly updated to feature upcoming events and resources of relevance to the Global Partnership community

Resources, Events & Statements

Recent and Upcoming Events

Events in the Community

Videos and Resources

Bio-security for the Next Generation online bio-security course

Biological Security Education Handbook: The Power of Team-Based Learning (Bradford University)

Laboratory Bio-safety and Bio-security: Insider and Outsider Threat Online Course. This Public Health Agency of Canada-developed course describes motives, tactics, and indicators of insider & outsider threats and proposes mitigation strategies to reduce bio-security events.

An Analytical Approach: bio-safety and bio-security oversight framework: Canada developed this tool to provide a methodology for regional, national or local authorities to develop, modernize, implement and maintain national bio-safety and bio-security systems.

Prior Assessment Tool for Sustainable Laboratories, which supports efforts to tailor laboratory infrastructure to local risks and resources without compromising biosafety and biosecurity

An Efficient and Practical Approach to Biosecurity, by Denmark’s Centre for Biosecurity and Biopreparedness, offers a practical model that countries can use as a blueprint for establishing or improving national biosecurity systems.

An Introduction to Biopreparedness, by Denmark’s Centre for Biosecurity and Biopreparedness, outlines steps to take in case of a terrorist attack or an accident involving the uncontrolled release of a dangerous pathogen.

BIOLOGICAL SECURITY

INTERPOL “Litmus” video, which highlights early warning indicators of chemical attacks and encourages first responders to report

Nowhere to Hide: The Spectre of Chemical Weapons Use in Syria offers information and analysis on the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian conflict, including a comprehensive dataset of confirmed attacks. This Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) project is supported by the Governments of Canada and Germany.  

CHEMICAL SECURITY

2011 – Annual Report & Assessment and Options for  Future Programming. Deauville, France

2010 – Leaders Statement and Annual Report. Muskoka,  Canada.

2009 – Leaders Statement and Annual Report. L'Aquila, Italy

2008 – Leaders Statement and Annual Report.  Hokkaido Toyako, Japan

2007 – Report and Review.  Heiligendamm, Germany

2006 – St Petersburg, Russia

2005 – Gleneagles, United Kingdom

2004 – Sea Island, United States

2003 – GP Action Plan and Annual Report.  Evian, France

2002 – Kananaskis, Canada

G7 Statements on Non-Proliferation and Disarmament