10th United Nations Workshop on Space Law "Contribution of Space Law and Policy to Space Governance and Space Security in the 21st Century"

5-8 September 2016, Vienna International Centre, Vienna, Austria

Organized by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)

In cooperation with the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA)

Co-sponsored by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) and the Secure World Foundation (SWF)

 

Online Presentations

Monday 5 September 2016
OPENING CEREMONY

Welcome address

Ms. Simonetta Di Pippo, Director UNOOSA

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Introductory remarks

Ms. Christine Stix-Hackl, Permanent Representative of Austria to the United Nations (Vienna)

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Keynote speech: Space law and governance

Mr. Sergio Marchisio, University Sapienza of Rome

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Keynote Speech: Putting cooperation back into space security

Mr. Paul Meyer, The Simons Foundation 

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ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION ON SAFETY, SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF SPACE GOVERNANCE AND SPACE SECURITY

Mr. Zhongjun Shi

Permanent Representative of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations (Vienna); and

Mr. Haiwen Wu

Deputy Permanent Representative

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Mr. Georgy Mikhno

Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations (Vienna); and  

Ms. Olga Volynskaya

Roscosmos

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Mr. Kenneth Hodgkins

Department of State of the United States of America 

 
PANEL 1: INTERNATIONAL SPACE LAW AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT  

Breaking the traditional orbit: alternative means of shaping law and policy in outer space

Mr. Kuan-Wei Chen, McGill University 

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International law perspectives on small satellite activities

Ms. Irmgard Marboe, University of Vienna

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Perspectives on future space traffic management

Mr. Alexander Soucek, ESA

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New space actors

Mr. Christopher Johnson, SWF

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Designing space policies in emerging countries: main challenges

Ms. Magda Cocco/Ms. Helena Mendonça, VdA Law Firm, Lisbon

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Tuesday  6 September 2016
PANEL 2: SAFETY OF SPACE OPERATIONS AND SECURITY OF SPACE SYSTEMS

Space assets and emerging threats

Mr. Bhupendra Jasani, King's College London

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Space security and cyber security: intersecting challenges

Ms. Deborah Housen-Couriel, Tel Aviv University 

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GGE-report and TCBMs

Mr. Hellmut Lagos Koller, Current Chair of LSC and former member of GGE

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Space security and governance - the role of space middle powers

Ms. Natália Archinard, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland

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PANEL 3: TCBM IMPLEMENTATION AND THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ENTITIES: INSTITUTIONAL AND REGULATORY PERSPECTIVES

UNOOSA

Mr. Niklas Hedman, UNOOSA

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UNODA

Mr. Valere Mantels, UNODA

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ITU role, regulations and actions to prevent and resolve harmful interference to space services

Mr. Jorge Alberto Ciccorossi, Space Services Department, ITU
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HCOC

Ms. Julia Peitl, HCoC - Immediate Central Contact (Executive Secretariat)

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Wednesday  7 September 2016
PANEL 4: INTERNATIONAL MODELS AND MECHANISMS FOR SPACE COOPERATION AND COORDINATION
 

The Inter-Agency Space Debris Coordination Committee: an overview

Mr. Holger Krag, ESA

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Mechanisms for regional and interregional cooperation and coordination

Ms. Romina Acevedo, Venezuela

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Models for coordination and cooperation: Bilateral and multilateral agreements

Ms. Setsuko Aoki, Keio University 

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PANEL 5: COOPERATION AND CAPACITY-BUILDING IN SPACE LAW AND POLICY FOR THE BENEFIT OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Introduction by the Moderator

Mr. Christian Brünner, University of Graz

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Cooperation models and capacity-building for emerging space nations

Mr. Roberto Becerra, Venezuela

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Promotion for development of national space legislation in developing states to ensure global space governance

Mr. Mr. Kuan-Wei Chen, McGill University on behalf of Mr. Md. Tanveer Ahmad, McGill University

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Cross-sectorial perspectives for capacity-building in space law and policy

Mr. Tare Brisibe, Independent Legal Consultant, Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court, Nigeria

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Capacity-building models - the case of UN-SPIDER Technical Advisory Missions

Mr. Lorant Czaran, UNOOSA 

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Role of Regional Centres for Space Science and Technology Education, affiliated to the United Nations

Mr. Guozhu Gao, Beihang University 

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Thursday  8 September 2016
PANEL 6: LEGAL REGIME OF OUTER SPACE AND GLOBAL SPACE GOVERNANCE: CURRENT AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Introduction by the Moderator

Mr. Bernhard Schmidt-Tedd, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

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Treaties, resolutions, principles, guidelines: the relevance of hard law and soft law in the further development of space law

Ms. Tanja Masson-Zwaan, Leiden University 

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Effectiveness of legal regime for responsibility and liability of national space activities - assessment of gaps

Mr. Armel Kerrest, University of Western Brittany

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Legal perspectives of space operations and sustainability of outer space activities

Ms. Olga Volynskaya, Roscosmos 

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Enhancing cooperation and coordination between STSC and LSC of COPUOS

Ms. Teresita Alvarez, Permanent Mission of Chile, Vienna 

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CONCLUSIONS, OBSERVATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS

High Level Forum: Space for socio‐economic sustainable development

Ms. Simonetta Di Pippo, Director UNOOSA

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Concluding remarks

Ms. Simonetta Di Pippo, Director UNOOSA

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