The BioWeapons Prevention Project (BWPP) is a global network of civil society actors dedicated to the permanent elimination of biological weapons and of the possibility of their re-emergence. It was launched in 2003 by a group of non-governmental organizations concerned at the failure of governments to fortify the norm against the weaponization of disease. BWPP monitors governmental and other activities relevant to the treaties that codify that norm.
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The Chemical Weapons Convention Coalition (CWCC) is an independent, international body whose mission is to support the aims of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and to supplement the efforts of the member states of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), with focused civil society action aimed at achieving full membership of the CWC, the safe and timely elimination of all chemical weapons, preventing the misuse of chemicals for hostile purposes, and promoting their peaceful use.
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The CBRN Resource Network is a comprehensive marketplace and knowledge base where decision makers and influencers learn about emerging technologies, source CBRN equipment, compare products, evaluate training opportunities, and monitor CBRN threats.
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The International Security Observer (ISO) is a web-based think tank on international security and defence affairs. ISO was established in September 2011 in order to foster the next generation of security experts by encouraging discussions on strategic issues among junior and senior analysts. ISO’s strength lies within its worldwide network of volunteer contributors, who come from different cultural backgrounds and disciplines. ISO conceives “security” in its broader sense, hence not only including military and intelligence affairs but also economic, energy, cyber and outer space issues. ISO's holistic approach is applied to the analysis of ongoing conflicts, emerging crises, terrorist and organized crime activities, energy and economic issues. In these fields, ISO contributors seek to give their best in order to write deep and unconventional analyses by combining an open to the public style of writing with strong academic standards."
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