Objectives of the workshop:
– To gain a better understanding of the policies, approaches and best practices of donors towards the future funding of stockpile destruction and victim assistance in a long term perspective.
– To identify other channels (other than the traditional mine action funding channels) available and being utilized to support victim assistance, including triangular and south-south cooperation.
– To gain a better understanding on how donor governments could ensure that they approach victim assistance from a broad and long term perspective (i.e. medical care through to economic inclusion and social reintegration).
– Introduction and outline of the remaining challenges. Co-chairs, Mexico and Sweden, Coordinators on Cooperation and Assistance
– NATO Support Agency (NSPA) in support of the CCM. M. Claude Peffer, Ammo Sp Branch, General Services Programme, NATO Trust Fund
– Funding stockpile destruction and victim assistance – A perspective from Norway. Ms. Ingunn Vatne, Senior Adviser, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
– Integrating disability into international cooperation: the UNPRPD Ms. Krista Orama, Associate Human Rights Officer, Human Rights and Disability Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
– Reporting obligations on cooperatrion and assistance under the CCM. Coordinator on Reporting, Belgium