OEWGOpen-Ended Working Group
OEWGOpen Ended Waveguide (antennas)
OEWGOperational Evaluation Working Group
OEWGOsterreichische Waffenfabriks-Gesellschaft
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According to the release, the OEWG will be authorised to consider the entire range of issues related to IIS.
Based on the international conferences regarding the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of nuclear detonation , the OEWG was established in the UNGA.
(15.) See "From the OEWG to Astana: Building a Nuclear-Weapon-Free World" http://www.unfoldzero.org/from-the-oewg-to-astana-building-a-nuclear-weapon-free -world; 21 August 2016.
In an eloquent speech, South Africa compared the NPT regime to nuclear apartheid with nuclear haves and have-nots, and this set the tone for moving forward to establish the OEWG that fall.
The profound ills and shortcomings of the global nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation regime were already apparent at roll call on the first day of the OEWG. Not one of the five nuclear-weapons states under the NPT (United States, Russia, United Kingdom, France, and China) showed up.
See also the protocols and summaries of the discussions of the OEWG in its web-site: UNDESA, Seventh Working Session Open
The UN General Assembly's Open Ended Working Group (OEWG) on the Equitable Representation on and Increase in the Membership of the Security Council and Other Matters Related to the Security Council, chaired by the President of the General Assembly, held debates on February 8, May 3, July 19, and December 14, 2007.
The OEWG has said that it believes that "wider participation in the Council's work would, in turn, lend added credibility and legitimacy to the Security Council's decisions." (36) Similarly, the NAM has suggested that increasing the participation of nonmembers of the Council in its deliberations would "confer added legitimacy and contribute in ensuring active support to and implementation of its decisions." (37) (Singapore dissents, saying that adding new members would decrease the deliberative opportunities for non-Council members.
The second session of the ATT Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG), to be held in New York in July 2009, is expected to approve a report to the UN First Committee (on Disarmament and International Security) on areas of group consensus.