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Other resources on GPMs

Set below are other useful resources on generic preventive measures.

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Meeting of Experts 2015
Weapons and Ammunition Management (WAM) in Somalia: Preliminary findings, Presented by Himayu Shiotani, UNIDIR
UN SaferGuard Quick Response Mechanism, UNODA
Russian Federation
United States of America
Meeting of Experts 2014
Czech Republic TextAudio
United States of AmericaTextAudio
ICRCTextAudio 1, Audio 2
GICHD TextAudio 1, Audio 2
Meeting of Experts 2013
ODA and UNMAS via skype
Small Arms Survey
Small Arms Survey - Talking points
Mines Advisory Group
Mines Advisory Group - Talking points
Sixth Conference 2012
Mines Advisory Group (MAG)
2012 Meeting of Experts on Protocol V, Presentations:

Presentation by Brazil

Presentation by Romania

Statement by Guatemala

2010 Meeting of Experts on Protocol V, Presentations:

Presentation of Bulgaria

Presentation by Slovakia

The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining has published "A Guide to Mine Action and the Implementation of CCW Protocol V on Explosive Remnants of War", which in its Chapter 7 provides practical information on generic preventive measures.

Weapons and Ammunition Management in the Federal Republic of Somalia, UNIDIR

Unplanned Explosions at Munitions Sites (UEMS): Excess Stockpiles as Liabilities rather than Assets, Eric G. Berman and Pillar Reinace, June 2014, Small Arms Survey. This Handbook contains analysis of data, with many helpful tables, figures, maps, and annexes. It serves three primary purposes, striving to (1) support best practice by explaining the scale and scope of the challenge that policy-makers face; (2) encourage states to manage their stockpiles effectively; (3) help generate better data capturing and record keeping; and (4) serve as a reference tool and a training tool.