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NPT TV is a project founded and organized by students of the Students Peace Bureau.
In 2007, we launched NPT TV to bring reports on nuclear disarmament diplomacy andTeam
the invaluable expertise of the NGO community to a larger audience, raising the awareness beyond traditional media's simplistic and fragmented coverage.

From 2007 to 2010, we produced over 500 videos examining the ongoing conferences and underlying issues affecting negotiations. But we also learned a great deal ourselves about the way international diplomacy works, and the subtle but invaluable way that civil society can participate in it.

Now that the PrepComs are over, and strengthened by a delegation of the School of International Studies in Dresden, we're back for the 2010 Review Conference of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in New York. We're excited to be here, and we hope you enjoy and benefit from watching our videos as much as we did producing them.

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Your NPT TV Team



Nicolas Apfel, Niels Böhm, Lukas Bretzinger, Sergej Erler, Mia Gandenberger, Yannik Hake, Sebastian Herwig, Leo Hoffmann-Axthelm, Anne Kerlin, Judith Langowski, Marie Lüders, Hanna Marx, Manjana Pecht, Lara Polus, Lukas Rantzau, Jacob Romer, Nina Salzer, Simona Schliessler, Luise Voget






NPT TV is a project of the Heidelberg-based Student Peace Bureau, a grassroots students’ organization working on issues of peace and development.

For an artistic account of the NPT RevCon and a fascinating, entertaining introduction to nuclear disarmament issues, see NPT TV's arts branch, hairtriggeralert.com

latest interviews

Final Doc: for Humanity & NGOs
Jonathan Granoff, President, Global Security Institute

Judging the Final Document
Rebecca Johnson, Director, Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy

Always the Next Generation
Natasha Barnes, Adviser, New Zealand Delegation

Is Consensus possible?
Anne Penketh, Program Director, British American Security Information Council

NAM on Discrimination
Pardohadiningrat Sudjadnan, Ambassador of Indonesia (Non-Aligned Movement)

Turkey explains deal with Brazil & Iran
Tacan Ildem, Ambassador of Turkey

National Positions vs. State Alliances
García Moritán, Ambassador of Argentina

Nuclear Energy as a solution for Africa
Boniface G. Chidyausiku, Ambassador of Zimbabwe (Chair of the 2009 PrepCom)

Ban Ki-moon’s 5-Point-Plan
Sergio Duarte, UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs

USA on Nuclear Weapons Complex-Investments
Glyn T. Davies, Ambassador of the USA to the IAEA

New Draft, as of May 27th
Ray Acheson, Program Director, Reaching Critical Will

Swiss NPT
Jürg Lauber, Ambassador of Switzerland

Mexico sees NGOs as Allies
Pablo Macedo, Ambassador of Mexico

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This is NPT TV, a website designed to keep you up to date on what’s happening at Non-Proliferation Treaty conferences.

We’re a team of students from Germany. We’ve been working to bring you easily digestible video updates on the state of nuclear disarmament since 2007.

Since then, we’ve produced over 500 interviews with NGOs and diplomats reporting on the proceedings of NPT conferences and examining underlying issues.

This is the 2010 edition of NPT TV, and we’re working hard to keep you updated even through the frenetic run-up to the final document being negotiated, so stay tuned!

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Interviewees declarations do not neccessarily reflect NPT TV’s opinion.

All videos are published under the Creative Commons Licence. We cordially invite you to share our videos with your colleagues and friends and embed them on your website. Please do include a link to our website if you do so. Embedding our videos on your site is easy: when you watch a video you like, simply pause it and click on the “embed” button in the upper right-hand corner of the player, then click “copy embed code”. This provides you with the HTML-code you can then insert anywhere on your site in order to make the video appear. If you have problems doing so, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Peter Kolbe
German United Nations Association

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