Calendar of Events for CYG Members: 2019-2020
Please find below some information on upcoming meetings and initiatives where CYG members will be invited to participate. Please do not hesitate to contact the CYG coordination team or the CYG Task Force ([email protected]) if you have other ideas or proposals.
|Event||Venue and Date||Description||Number of CYG involved|
|Science Diplomacy: What role can Ecuador play to support the Entry into Force of the CTBT?||
12 - 13 September
|A CYG member will deliver a presentation on CTBTO Youth Group Initiative||1 (already identified)|
|African Nuclear Youth Summit||7 - 11 October||Description and agenda not yet released. For information on the previous summit: https://indico.cern.ch/event/743261||Not yet decided|
|Geoscience and Society
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
27 Oct - 1 Nov
|CYG members will attend the conference and present a co-authored paper. They will also staff a CYG booth||2 (already identified)|
|St. Petersburg||10 - 12 November||The seminar ‘CTBT: Treaty’s Impact on the International Nonproliferation Regime and Assessment of the Current State of Affairs’ represents a unique format of collaboration between an international organization (CTBTO), a think-tank focusing on arms control and nonproliferation (CENESS) and a top Russian academic institution. It is a joint effort to discuss Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty’s place and impact on the international nonproliferation architecture, as well as to address existing obstacles to its’ entry into force in the broader context.
30 CYG members from all over the world including Annex II States
(identification in progress)
|CYG member presentation at a scientific conference hosted by ASEAN||
5 Feb 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Student Mini Conference on 5th February 2020, in conjunction with the 10th International Conference on Isotopes (10ICI). The Student Mini Conference includes an oral presentation, posters presentation competition, and student creativity, invention, innovation competition.
|Science Diplomacy Symposium||
|The Symposium’s aim is to raise public awareness of the CTBT's contribution to international peace and security, and to encourage cooperative and collaborative research and innovation on nuclear test monitoring science and technology. The Symposium sought to stimulate creative thinking about possible political, legal and diplomatic solutions among diplomats, practitioners and policy makers, academics, and the next generation to the challenges facing the Treaty.
not yet identified