2014 UNIDIR Space Security Conference: Implementation and Compliance

When: Wednesday, March 19, 2014

to Thursday, March 20, 2014

Where: Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

As part of the ongoing United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research's (UNIDIR) space security conference series, the 2014 UNIDIR Space Security Conference aims to continue to build capacity within the Geneva diplomatic community and with policymakers at the national level on space security. 

This event was by invitation only. 

Event Materials

Final Agenda
Speakers' Bios
Audio Recordings



Swiss perspectives on space security and related initiatives, Dr. Natalia Archinard
Cyber and Space, Ms. Caroline Baylon
International Code of Conduct: a Status Update, Amb. Jacek Bylica
Debris Mitigation Guidelines: Effective?, Prof. Richard Crowther
Debris Removal/Rendezvous and Proximity Operations: Looking at Policy Implications, Dr. Theresa Hitchens
Reviewing the Space Treaties, Dr. Juqian Li
Space Security and Diplomatic Disconnects: a Canadian Perspective, Mr. Paul Meyer
Challenges to Implementing Space Agreements, Ms. Victoria Samson
ASBU Satellite Interference Forum Action Plan, Mr. Abdelrahim Suleiman
Space Security Conference Statement, Mr. Vladimir Yermakov



Last updated on December 9, 2017