20 June 2022
10am - 6pm
Organized by the Austrian Ministry of European and Foreign Affairs
The HINW22Vienna aims to raise the world’s attention to the grave humanitarian consequences and risks of nuclear weapons.
Building on the Oslo (March 2013), Nayarit (Feb 2014) and Vienna (Dec 2014) Conferences on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, the HINW22Vienna will take stock of these conferences’ key findings, present new research and discuss the repercussions, with a view to informing the global debate on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
Speakers overview & programme
The conference will bring together representatives of States, international organisations and civil society to hear directly from nuclear survivors, affected communities and experts in the scientific and academic community. The preliminary conference programme can be found here.
Participation and Registration
Civil society representatives (including parliamentarians) can sign up to participate here. The deadline to submit the registration form is 3 June 2022. The Austrian MFA will confirm registration and attendance details directly.
Please note that the number of civil society participants may have to be capped depending on the level of interest in the conference (the venue room has a maximum capacity of around 500 people). Should this be the case, priority will be given to those working most closely on the topics of the conference. For this reason, the registration form asks you to provide a brief summary of your/your organisation’s work. The Austrian MFA will use this information, as well as steer from ICAN, in deciding the final participants list.
Are you media? Registration for media representatives will open at the end of May. More information will be posted on the Austrian MFA website here.