Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention Program
Empowering the international community to combat WMD proliferation
WMD proliferation, especially involving terrorists and other non-state actors, is recognized as a significant threat to international peace and security by the United Nations and its Member States.
The Partnerships in Proliferation Prevention Program seeks to empower those who try to reduce the risk of WMD proliferation by developing unique online resources and tools. The program has developed a comprehensive source of nonproliferation assistance activities from around the world and online legal indices of laws and regulations related to securing dangerous chemicals and radiological materials, and provides training and technical help for States seeking nonproliferation assistance.
Keeping the most dangerous weapons out of the worst hands by facilitating assistance partnerships
Preventing the proliferation of dangerous and dual use chemicals with research, resources, and analysis
Featured Data Tool Cheminformatics This tool is composed of an up-to-date database of relevant lists of controlled chemicals to help address problems inherent to the…
The ubiquity of radioactive materials in modern society poses serious security risks