The Campaign To Stop Killer Robots Global Meeting Resources

Wednesday 24 March 2021

13:00 - 17:00 GMT

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Code of ConductThe Code of Conduct lays out the rules for participating in the 2021 Global Meeting. Upon registration, participants of the meeting agree to abide by the Code of Conduct (English).
Participant’s GuidePlease read this guide before the beginning of the 2021 Global Meeting on how to participate successfully and get the most out of this meeting (English).
Zoom GuidePlease read this guide to Zoom before participating in the global meeting to ensure best practice and meeting etiquette (English).
Strategy 2021-2022Find here the Strategy 2021/2022 document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (English)
Strategy 2021-2022 (FR)Find here the Strategy 2021/2022 document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (French)
Strategy 2021-2022 (ES)Find here the Strategy 2021/2022 document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (Spanish)
Vision and ValuesFind here the Vision & Values document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (English).
Vision and Values (FR)Find here the Vision & Values document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (French).
Vision and Values (ES)Find here the Vision & Values document for the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots (Spanish).
Lobbying 101 in Digital Diplomacy TimesEverything you ever needed to know about Lobbying 101 in times of digital diplomacy (English).
Campaigner’s Kit (EN)Whether you’re a new campaigner or seasoned in the work, this English-language kit will tell you what you need to know to take action (English).
Campaigner’s Kit (FR)Whether you’re a new campaigner or seasoned in the work, this English-language kit will tell you what you need to know to take action (French).
Campaigner’s Kit (ES)Whether you’re a new campaigner or seasoned in the work, this English-language kit will tell you what you need to know to take action (Spanish).
Key Elements of a Treaty on Fully Autonomous Weapons (EN)What could a treaty on fully autonomous weapons cover? Find out in the English-language Treaty Elements paper here.
Key Elements of a Treaty on Fully Autonomous Weapons (FR)What could a treaty on fully autonomous weapons cover? Find out in the French-language Treaty Elements paper here.
Key Elements of a Treaty on Fully Autonomous Weapons (ES)What could a treaty on fully autonomous weapons cover? Find out in the Spanish-language Treaty Elements paper here.
Key Elements of a Treaty on Fully Autonomous Weapons (PT)What could a treaty on fully autonomous weapons cover? Find out in the Portuguese-language Treaty Elements paper here.
Frequently Asked Questions: Key Elements of a Treaty on Fully Autonomous WeaponsGot some questions about the Treaty Elements paper? Read our Frequently Asked Questions here (English).
Key resource: structuring a treaty on autonomous weapons to respond to concerns (EN)This Article 36 leaflet, published in October 2020 in English, explains a basic model of how a treaty to address autonomous weapons could be structured, and illustrates how that structure responds to the problems that increased autonomy in weapons systems raise.
Key resource: structuring a treaty on autonomous weapons to respond to concerns (DE)This Article 36 leaflet, published in October 2020 in German, explains a basic model of how a treaty to address autonomous weapons could be structured, and illustrates how that structure responds to the problems that increased autonomy in weapons systems raise.
Key resource: structuring a treaty on autonomous weapons to respond to concerns (HU)This Article 36 leaflet, published in October 2020 in Magyar, explains a basic model of how a treaty to address autonomous weapons could be structured, and illustrates how that structure responds to the problems that increased autonomy in weapons systems raise.
Key resource: structuring a treaty on autonomous weapons to respond to concerns (ES)This Article 36 leaflet, published in October 2020 in Spanish, explains a basic model of how a treaty to address autonomous weapons could be structured, and illustrates how that structure responds to the problems that increased autonomy in weapons systems raise.
Key resource: structuring a treaty on autonomous weapons to respond to concerns (NL)This Article 36 leaflet, published in October 2020 in Spanish, explains a basic model of how a treaty to address autonomous weapons could be structured, and illustrates how that structure responds to the problems that increased autonomy in weapons systems raise.
Stopping Killer Robots: Country Positions on Banning Fully Autonomous Weapons and Retaining Human ControlThis English-language Human Rights Watch report was published in August 2020. It elaborates country positions on banning fully autonomous weapons and retaining human control (English).
New Weapons, Proven Precedent: Elements of and Models for a Treaty on Killer RobotsThis English-language Human Rights Watch report was published in October 2020. It outlines key elements for a future treaty to maintain meaningful human control over the use of force and identifies legal and policy precedent for each of the proposed treaty elements.