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http://lh6.ggpht.com/_ym7CE43C6C0/SsW5VjHiuDI/AAAAAAAACoU/SEcFmKz-zPw/globalzero.jpgNGO COMMITTEE ON PEACE, VIENNA – INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION MEETING on

“TOWARDS A WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS – CHANCES AND PERSPECTIVES”

Date: Wednesday, 16 December 2009
Time: 15.00 hours

Place: Vienna International Centre, M-Building,

UNIS Multimedia Room G0545,
G05 (UNIS floor)!
(This room is not in the M-building!)

Speakers:
1. Mr. Tariq Rauf
Head Verification and Security Policy Coordination,
International Atomic Energy Agency

„The role of the IAEA in the nuclear non-proliferation regime and
supporting the way towards nuclear abolition according
to the Non-Proliferation Treaty“

2. Ms. Simone Dinah Hartmann
Spokeswoman of the coalition „Stop the bomb“,
co-editor of the book “Iran – An analysis of the Islamic Republic
and its European Supporters”
, free lance journalist for a number
of newspapers including Die Presse, Der Standard and
The Jerusalem Post.

Moderator: Mr. Klaus Renoldner

Guests are welcome!

A ground pass is required to enter Vienna International Centre (VIC).
If you do not have a permanent pass, please mail your name to reno@wvnet.at
not later than 13 December!
A list of participants will then be at the main gate of
the VIC and upon showing a personal document you will be issued a ground pass.

Recipients of this invitation who would like to attend the meeting are requested
to present this invitation and their identity document at Gate 1 of the VIC.

The VIC, 1220 Wien, Wagramerstrasse 5, is best reached by U 1 (Kaisermühlen)

 

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