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A Toxics-Free Future



9 February, 2017

IPEN Intervention on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

PAN Ethiopia Intervention on Agenda 2030

IPEN Intervention on Gender

8 February, 2017

IPEN Intervention on Scope and Vision

CREPD Intervention on a Multi-Stakeholder and Multi-Sectoral Approach Beyond 2020

"In some countries, including mine, the role of the NGO to raise the chemical safety in the national policy agenda has been critical."









PAN Ethiopia and PAN Intervention on SAICM Partnerships

"PAN notes that the partnership approach taken to date under SAICM is largely with the industries causing the problems, i.e. the hazardous chemicals and waste. We would like to see future partnerships be with the organizations that are providing the solutions."










PAN and IPEN Intervention on indicators


Maria Isabel Carcamo giving an intervention in plenary on behalf of PAN and IPEN









IPEN and CEJ Intervention on financing

Hemantha Withanage giving an intervention on behalf of CEJ and IPEN











Toxics Link Intervention on Emerging Policy Issues









IPEN Intervention on Green Chemistry and Sustainable Chemistry

Alexandra Caterbow giving an intervention about green chemistry









IPEN and CES Intervention on Emerging Policy Issues

"....all emerging policy issues and issues of concern should produce meaningful real world outcomes, and be specific and measurable."

CEHF Intervention on Partnerships

CEJAD Intervention on Raising the Political Priority of SAICM

Olga Speranskaya, Bjorn Beeler and Joe DiGangi (IPEN) in the plenary room

















7 February, 2017


IPEN and CIEL Intervention on a governance option document

Pesticide Action Network Asia and the Pacific (PAN AP) Intervention on Highly Hazardous Pesticides

"We should not wait any longer or we will fail our children."

Sarojeni Rengam (PAN AP) intervening in plenary 








Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL) Intervention on Adding Topics to the Meeting Agenda

"In recognition that this meeting is a unique opportunity to establish a road map for our discussions in the next three years, and in recognition of shared ambitions for the next 15 years, we would also find it important to allow for an exchange of views on this important topic that is the financing of sound management of chemicals and waste activities for beyond 2020."

David Azoulay (CIEL) intervening in plenary 









PAN Intervention on voluntary, multi-stakeholder, multi-sectoral approach

Greenpeace East Asia Intervention on new and emerging issues

IPEN Intervention on Outcomes for the Meeting

"The recommendations this body makes will ultimately be judged by whether they reduce harm in the real world. We are not here just to use nice words to make interesting declarations. All of us have a responsibility to the residents of our countries. We look forward to ambitious outcome that leads to a toxics-free future."