Left: view of fall foliage by the Japanese Peace Bell at the UN headquartere, NY. UN Photo/Manuel Elias - Right: The Hiroshima explosion recorded at 8.15 a.m. 6 August 1945 on the remains of a wrist watch. UN Photo/Yuichiro Sasaki
Permanent missions and liaison offices in New York are required to submit their registration requests using the online eRegistration system (for in-person participants only), which is available through the e-deleGATE portal (https://edelegate.un.int). Information on the system may be found in the guidelines on eRegistration and the frequently asked questions posted on the Protocol and Liaison Service website (www.un.org/dgacm/en/content/protocol/meetings). It should be noted that all registration requests must be submitted through the eRegistration system. The deadline for the submission of online registration requests is Monday, 18 July 2022.
Intergovernmental organizations accredited with the General Assembly, specialized agencies and related organizations that have not registered in the eRegistration system must apply for an eRegistration account in advance (no later than 1 July 2022) in order to register for the Conference. Please follow the instructions in the “Guidelines to apply for eRegistration account”. Please follow the instruction in the “Guidelines to apply for eRegistration account” posted on the Protocol website.
Registration must be in accordance with the names provided in the information on the composition of the delegation provided through the e-deleGATE portal.
Requests for accreditation submission deadline: 17 June 2022 Submission deadline for additional representatives: 18 July 2022
Based on the practice of the previous review conferences, as well as on the draft rules of procedure of the Conference, recommended by the Preparatory Committee, which will apply provisionally for the session of the 2020 Review Conference until a final decision on this matter is taken, representatives of non-governmental organizations will be allowed, upon request, to attend the meetings of the Review Conference other than those designated closed, to be seated in the public gallery, to receive documents of the Review Conference and, at their own expense, to make written material available to the participants. Consistent with the Final Document of the 2000 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, a meeting will be allocated for non-governmental organizations to address the Review Conference.
If your organization requested and received accreditation in 2020 or 2021 to attend the Review Conference, its accreditation remains valid. Previously accredited organizations do not need to apply again.
All new requests for accreditation must be submitted to the Secretariat no later than 17 June 2022 using the online form available at https://forms.office.com/r/j4vz1Sj0sa. Non-governmental organizations must also submit to Diane Barnes (firstname.lastname@example.org) a written accreditation request on the official letterhead of the organization listing the representatives who will attend, including their full names and titles. Additional representatives may be included in a revised accreditation request letter, which should be should be submitted by 18 July 2022. To facilitate communications concerning accreditation and registration, the letter must include the personal email address and direct telephone number of a point of contact in the organization.
Non-governmental organizations that have not attended a previous Review Conference or Preparatory Committee meeting of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons should indicate previous interactions between the organization and the United Nations in relation to nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation issues. A mission statement or summary of work of the organization should be provided.
Those non-governmental organizations that have requested accreditation as stated above will be informed by the Secretariat by email by 28 June 2022 of the outcome of their request. For questions relating to accreditation, please contact Diane Barnes (email@example.com).
Contact for the Tenth NPT Review Conference
The Secretariat has been informed that the designated NGO point of contact in connection with participation by NGOs in the Review Conference is as follows:
Ms. Allison Pytlak
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
777 UN Plaza, 6th floor
New York, NY 10017, United States of America
The list of speakers for the general debate will be open from 10 a.m. (New York time) on 11 July 2022. States parties wishing to add the names of their representatives to the list of speakers for the general debate are invited to do so through the eSpeakers module of the e-deleGATE portal. Representatives of international organizations without access to the portal who wish to be inscribed on the list of speakers are invited to contact Rene Holbach of the Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel.: 1 212 963 3322). Speakers’ lists for the main committees will be opened at a later stage during the Review Conference.
Given that a large number of States parties are expected to take part in the general debate, national statements should be limited to five minutes and statements on behalf of groups of States parties to eight minutes. Similarly, statements in the exercise of right of reply should not exceed five minutes for the first intervention and three minutes for the second. A similar approach will be taken for statements at the meetings of the Main Committees. Longer statements, submitted in writing, will be reflected on the estatements portal and on the Review Conference website.
Delegations are kindly requested to submit electronic versions of their statements in PDF and Microsoft Word formats to email@example.com no later than two hours in advance of delivery. The date, name of the meeting and the speaker, as well as the agenda item should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the email and in the heading of the statement. The statements will remain embargoed until their delivery. While the PDF version will be made available to the users of the digital Journal, the Microsoft Word version will be used by translation services when producing official records. If submitters have versions in any other United Nations official languages at their disposal, they are kindly encouraged to also include them in both formats, whenever possible.
Delegations are kindly requested to submit electronic versions of their statements in PDF and Microsoft Word formats to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than two hours in advance of delivery. The date, name of the meeting and the speaker, as well as the agenda item, should be clearly indicated in the subject line of the email and in the heading of the statement. The statements will remain embargoed until their delivery. While the PDF version will be made available to the users of the digital Journal, the Microsoft Word version will be used by translation services when producing official records. If submitters have versions in any other United Nations official languages at their disposal, they are kindly encouraged to also include them in both formats, whenever possible.