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ICCM3 Resources

• IPEN Citizens’ Report: Implementation of the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) by IPEN Participating Organizations 2009–2012

• IPEN Global Lead Paint Report:Global Lead Paint Elimination by 2020:A Test of the Effectiveness of the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management

• IPEN, CSIR and ReLANS Nanotechnology Booklet: Social and Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology Development in Africa / Implications Sociales et Environnementales du Developpement des Nanotechnologies en Afrique 

• IPEN Position and Priorities: Endocrine Disruptors as a SAICM Emerging Issue (English) (Mandarin) (Spanish)

• IPEN International SAICM Implementation Project poster:100 Projects in 50 Countries

• Pro-biodiversity Conservationists in Uganda (PROBICOU) poster and brochure for the SAICM Quick Start Programme activity: Promoting Chemical Safety for Children at Work in Rural Agricultural Communities in Uganda
• Agenda for Environment and Responsible Development (AGENDA), iLima Kenya and National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) poster for the SAICM Quick Start Programme Activity: To improve SAICM implementation to help safeguard the environmental health of people in East Africa, especially mothers, children and vulnerable communities.
             
• Women in Europe for a Common Future’s (WECF’s) poster for the SAICM Quick Start Programme Activity: Non-Chemical Alternatives for a Safe Environment for All
• CEPHED reports on Chemicals in Products: Lead in Lipstick, Mercury in Skin Whitening Cremes, Lead in Imitation Jewelry
• Fronteras Comunes booklet on Chemicals in Products in the home: Toxicos en el Hogar 2
• Environment and Social Development Organization Report on E-waste- The Bangladesh Situation
• Environment and Social Development Organization Report on Illegal import and trade off of e-waste in Bangladesh
• IPEN Quick Views on ICCM3 (English) (Russian) (Spanish)
• IPEN International SAICM Implementation Project poster: 100 Projects in 50 Countries
For ICCM3, IPEN created a set of posters that highlighted projects around the world that are part of IPEN’s ISIP program: International SAICM Implementation Projects. Please see links to the posters below:

NGO: Sustainable Research and Action for Environmental Development (SRADev)

Country: Nigeria

Project: Impact Assessment of Electronic Waste Handlers and Livelihood in Lagos, Nigeria

NGO: Zelena Akcija

Country: Croatia

Project: Vrbovec Waste Project

NGO: Independent Ecological Expertise

Country: Kyrgyzstan

Project: National Action Plan for Khaidarkan Mercury Mining: Strengthening Environmental Policy and Implementing Outreach Campaign in Kyrgyzstan

NGO: Cameroon Pesticide Action Network (CAPANET)

Country: Cameroon

Project:Contributing to Training in IPM and Safe Occupational Practices in Support of Improved Implementation of the Code of Conduct

NGO: Red Latinoamericana de Nanotecnologia y Sociedad (ReLANS)

Country: Mexico

Project: Societal and Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

NGO:Centre for Environmental Justice

Country: Sri Lanka

Project: National SAICM Forum: Promoting a Civil Society & Government Dialogue on Chemical Safety

NGO: Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development Society (EPSDS)

Country: Syria

Project: Reduce, Eliminate and Replace Mercury in Healthcare Facilities

NGO: Ecological Alert and Recovery Thailand (EARTH)

Country: Thailand

Project: Mapping Toxics in the Area Surrounding Phuket as a Contribution to the Global Debate about POPs Waste

IPEN booth at ICCM3