The Chemical Weapons
We are committed to supporting the aims and universalization
of the Chemical Weapons Convention.
The Chemical Weapons Convention Coalition is an independent, international civil society network committed to supporting the aims and universalization of the CWC and supplementing the work of the member states of the OPCW. The Coalition’s work is made possible by the support of the Global Affairs Canada Weapons Threat Reduction Program and the Arms Control Association.
“The civil society community of non-governmental organizations, researchers, scientists, and other relevant stakeholders are essential partners in achieving the OPCW’s mission and raising awareness about the risks posed by certain chemicals. The Chemical Weapons Convention Coalition has played a critical role in this regard by coordinating and supporting civil society engagement with the OPCW through the Conference of the State’s Parties.”
Fernando Arias, Director-General of the OPCW, 10 May 2021
22 February 2022
Our expert panel assessed the progress that has been achieved to eliminate Syria’s chemical arsenal, what is left to be done, and how to ensure chemical weapons are never used again.
8-11 March 2022
The Ninety-Ninth Session of the Executive Council will meet at the Hague in the Netherlands from March 8 to March 11 2022.
5-8 July 2022
The 26th Conference of the States Parties to the CWC will convene in The Hague from 5 July to 8 July 2022.