UNIDIR — UN Institute for Disarmament Research
UN Institute for Disarmament Research

Founding Year: 1980

Staff: 65

Budget: $4,7m (2019)

Robin Geiss (Director)

An institute dedicated to conducting independent research on various aspects of disarmament. Makes emphasis on arms control and disarmament sets it apart from other think tanks. Its status enables it to provide valuable advice and ideas to the governments of Member States. Its role is to facilitate dialogue to further multilateral efforts toward a peaceful solution to the world’s problems.




UN Institute for Disarmament Research contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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